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China Vocab

TermDefinition
Jade A hard gemstone
Oracle A prediction
Lords People of high rank
Peasants Farmers with small farms
Ethnics Moral values
Confucianism The ideas of Confucius
Daoism Living in harmony with the Dao, the guiding force of all reality
Legalism The belief that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled
Great Wall Barrier that linked earlier walls, across chinas northern frontier
Sundial Uses the position of shadows cast by the sun to tell the time of day
Seismograph A device that measures the strength of man earthquake
Acupuncture The practice of inserting fine needles through the skin at specific points to cure disease or relieve pain
Silk A soft, light, highly valued fabric
Silk Road 4,000 mile long network of routes stretched westward from china across Asia's deserts and mountain ranges, through the Middle East, until it reached the Mediterranean Sea.
Diffusion The speed of ideas from one culture to another
Created by: 24mruiz