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ancient china

TermDefinition
great wall a system of fortified walls with a roadway along the top, constructed as a defense for China against the nomads of the regions that are now Mongolia and Manchuria
Classical China Literary Chinese, [a] is the language of the classic literature from the end of the Spring
post classical era is the period of time that immediately followed ancient history and preceded the modern history. Depending on the continent, the era generally falls between the years 200–600 and 1200–1500.
Bronze casting
Magnetic compass nother term for compass
Civil service system concerned with all governmental administrative functions outside the armed services
Qin Shi Huangdi First Chinese Emperor
Wu Ti 156–87 b.c, emperor of China 140–87. Expand. Also, Pinyin, Han Wu Di. Expand. Also called Wu Ti, Wu Di.
Chengo
Mandate of Heaven
Zhou
Laozi.Confucius
Han Fei Zswxei
Merchant
Skilled tradesman
Created by: la05206