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SS_8.4

SS Chapter 8 Lesson 4

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What Chinese product was important in opening trade to the west? (8-4) silk
What was the overland trade routes on which silk an other goods were carried between Asia and Europe? (8-4) silk road
What is the term describing the routes that connected the continents of Europe and Asia? (8-4) Trans-Eurasian
What is the term for the spread of ideas and customs? (8-4) cultural diffusion
What belief system remained primarily a Chinese belief system? (8-4) Daoism
What trade item was especially valued by the Chinese? (8-4) Central Asian Horses
What belief system did Missionaries that entered China along the silk road use? (8-4) Buddhism
What is the Chinese belief system that heavily influenced Japan, Korea, and Vietnam? (8-4) Confucianism
What group of people benefited most from Chinese inventions such as the collar harness, watermills, better plows and wheelbarrow? (8-4) farmers
What Chinese product was invented in AD 105 that made books more affordable and available? (8-4) paper
During what dynasty did only the Chinese know how to make this item? (8-4) Han Dynasty and silk. During the Han times, China made many advances in technology, agriculture, and trade.
What Chinese items influenced western cultures? (8-4) art, silk, pottery
Created by: ShariBH