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Ming Dynasty 1368- 1644
Ming Dynasty stabilized china after mongol rule
Who ruled after the Mongols Ming
who was the first emperor in the Ming Dynasty Hong Wu
Hong Wu restored lands
Hong Wu increased rice production
Hong Wu increased fish farming
Who brought the use of commercial crops? Hong Wu
What kind of civil service reform merit
Who became a ruthless tyrant Hong Wu
What happened when Hong Wu died? this led to a power struggle
How did they defend themselves against the Northern Nomads? The Great Wall
What was the 15th-16th wall built on? the remains of the former wall built in the 4th century BC
What the Great Wall need to be effective? an active army
Ming Cultural Changes Eradication of foreign influence especially Mongol
Ming Cultural Changes Restoration of Chinese institutions ignored by Mongols
Ming Cultural Changes Confucianism
Ming Cultural Changes Supported Confucian school
Ming Cultural Changes Restored civil service examinations
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