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History Test

Test on Early India and China

TermDefinition
acupuncture eases pain through the use of needles stuck into the patients skin
silk road network of trade routes for chinese goods as far as greece and rome
qin shihuangdi his name means "the first qin emperor"
han wudi his name means "martial emperor of han"
liu bang founder of the han dynasty
legalism also called the "school of law"
social classes people who share a similar position in society
daoism promotes a peaceful society
hanfeizi developed the teaching of legalism
confucianism the belief that all people with a talent for governing should govern
nirvana a state of wisdom
theocracy a government controlled by religious leaders
karma the consequences of how a person lives
dharma divine law that requires people to perform the duties of their caste
reincarnation the idea of passing through many lives to be united with the brahman
pilgrim used trade routes to travel to religious shrines or sites
chandragupta maurya founded india's first empire
stupa buddhist shrines shaped like and dome or mound
kalidasa one of india's best-known ancient warriors
asoka considered to be the mauryan dynasty's greatest king
mandate a formal order
ideograph a kind of graph used in chinese writing
aristocrat a noble whose wealth comes from the land he or she owns
bureaucracy a system of appointed officials who run different parts of the government
pictograph a character that stands for objects
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