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SS Chapter 8 Lesson 3

The Dynasty that unified China after the Zhou period (8-3) Quin Dynasy
The first emperor of a newly unified China who expanded China's territory (8-3) Shi Huangdi
Shi Huangdi created a strong central government be weakening this group of people (8-3) nobles or the families of nobles
Construction project to keep out invaders on China's northern borders (8-3) The Great Wall
The dynasty founded by Liu Band and run though a bureaucracy (8-3) Han Dynasty
A way of governing by using officials chosen to run separate departments, or bureaus (8-3) bureactacy
To become a government official during the Han dynasty individuals passed tests on this philosophy (8-3) Confucianism
Han ruler called the Marial Emperor (8-3) Wudi
Method Emperor Wudi used to gain more territory for China (8-3) war
Place in Han China where merchants, craftspeople and government officials lived (8-3) cities
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