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Ch.10 Vocabulary

China vocab Ch.10

Warlords A military commander exercising civil power
Aristocrat A member of an upper class of society, usually made up of hereditary nobility.
Military Related to soldiers, arms, or war.
Rely to be dependent.
Ancestor A person that someone is descended from.
Pictograph A symbol in a writing system based on pictures.
Ideograph A symbol in a writing system that represents a thing or an idea.
Bureauaracy A group of non-elected government officials.
Heredity Having title or possession by reason of birth.
Mandate of Heaven The belief that the Chinese king right to rule came from the Gods.
Dao Chinese system of belied based on the teachings of Confucius.
Confucianisn a system of beliefs based on the teachings of Confucius
legalism A Chinese philosophy that stressed the importance of laws
Filial piety The responsibility chi
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