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Ancient China


Oracle A prediction by a wise person, or a person who makes a prediction.
Lords A person of high rank who owned land but owed loyalty to his king.
Confucianism A philosophy based on ideas of Confucius that focuses on morality, family order, social harmony and government.
Daoism A philosophy that developed in China and stressed the belief that one should live in harmony with the Dao, the guiding force of all reality.
Laozi Chinese philosopher, he was the most famous Daoist teacher. Laozi is credited with writing " The Way And Its Power" Daoism's basic text.
Legalism The Chinese belief that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled.
Silk Road A network of trade routes that stretched across Asia from China to the Mediterranean Sea.
Diffusion The spread of ideas from one culture to another.
Shi Huangdi Ruler of China, he united China for the first time. He built roads and canals and began the Great Wall of China. Shi Huangdi also imposed a standard system of laws, money, weights, and writing system in china.
Created by: 24mkissinger