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V. The Age of Buddhism ( 400-845 ) A. began in India in 500bc B. many began practicing during the period of disunion after the fall of the Han 1. “suffering can end through cycle of rebirth” C. influenced art, literature, architecture

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V. The Age of Buddhism (400-845)

A. began in India in 500bc

B. many began practicing during the

period of disunion after the fall of the Han

1. “suffering can end through cycle

of rebirth”

C. influenced art, literature, architecture

D. blended with Confucianism & Daoism


B.Silk & porcelain

1. kept technology a secretto control trade


4. Other inventions:

Magnetic compass

Woodblock printing

Paper money

gunpowder


Write down as many details

about the following inventions

as you can…

…You will use the information for the next

project…

Chinese Inventions


1. ________________________

2. ________________________

3. ________________________

Asia


VII. Confucianism and Government

1. Confucius’ ideas influenced the

Song Dynasty

A. focused on two principles of ethics

1. ren: concern for others

2. li: proper behavior


SQUARE #1: Neo- Confucianism

Buddhist, Daoist,Confucius’

1. (B, D, C’S ideas blended together)

2. spiritual matters

3. “why do good people do bad things?”



Square 4 civil service
SQUARE #4: CIVIL SERVICE

  • educated gov’t. officials


Genghis khan
Genghis Khan

3. He was called the “Universal Ruler”

a. he organized the Mongol army who

brutally attacked and terrorized the

people throughout Asia and

Eastern Europe killing

men, women and

children.

3. He was called the “Universal Ruler”

a. he organized the Mongol army who

brutally attacked and terrorized the

pe3. He was called the “Universal Ruler”

a. he organized the Mongol army who

brutally attacked and terrorized the

people throughout Asia and

Eastern Europe killing

men, women and

children.

ople throughout Asia and

Eastern Europe killing

men, women and

children.


Genghis khan1
Genghis Khan

3. He was called the “Universal Ruler”

a. he organized the Mongol army who

brutally attacked and terrorized the

people throughout Asia and

Eastern Europe killing

men, women and

children.


Genghis khan2
Genghis Khan

3. He was called the “Universal Ruler”

a. he organized the Mongol army who

brutally attacked and terrorized the

people throughout Asia and

Eastern Europe killing

men, women and

children.


Genghis kahn
Genghis Kahn

  • A powerful leader by the name of Genghis Khan was able to unite the Mongols who lived in the vast plains north of China.


SQUARE #4: GENGHIS KHAN

1. Mongol Empire

2. “UNIVERSAL RULER”

3. bloody attacks

(-) towns and cities

4. k. men, women, children



SQUARE #4: Mongols

1. K. Khan was

G. Khan’s grandson

2. the ruler of the largest

empire in world history

3. united Mongols + China



SQUARE #4: Mongols

1. K. Khan was

G. Khan’s grandson

2. the ruler of the largest

empire in world history

3. united Mongols + China


Who united china
Who United China?

Kublai Khan


Zheng he
Zheng He

1. world China

(powerful, famous)

2. (sailed- Asia, Africa)


SQUARE #4: Mongols

1. K. Khan was

G. Khan’s grandson

2. the ruler of the largest

empire in world history

3. united Mongols + China


Square 9 china and marco polo
SQUARE #9: China and Marco Polo

  • K. Kahn made him a

  • gov’t. official

  • 2. Told Euros.

  • China a highly

  • civilized country


1.The voyages of Zheng He proved how

powerful China had become


SLIDE #10: The Ming Dynasty

1. defeated Mongols

2. built- Forbidden City

3. China world famous



Slide forbidden city
SLIDE #: Forbidden City

  • Ming dynasty

  • Beijing China

  • Palace Museum today

  • (imperial art/artifacts)

  • For 500 years- the Chinese government officials lived here


Isolationism
Isolationism

  • In the early 1400s, China entered a period of isolationism, a policy of removing a country, from contact with other countries.


E. Ming mistake?

1. Emperor forbids foreign trade

a. policy of isolation

b. Was this a good policy?


E. Ming mistake? Pg. 186

1. Emperor forbids foreign trade

a. policy of isolation

b. isolationism- a policy of avoiding

contact with other countries

b. Was this a good policy? No,

this was a bad policy because

it had great consequences for

China. The westerners improved

their technological progress

gained power in some parts of

China who was too weak to

stop them.

c. China fell behind in

technological achievements

and military power.

E. Ming mistake? Pg. 186

1. Emperor forbids foreign trade

a. policy of isolation

b. isolationism- a policy of avoiding

contact with other countries

b. Was this a good policy? No,

this was a bad policy because

it had great consequences for

China. The westerners improved

their technological progress

gained power in some parts of

China who was too weak to

stop them.

c. China fell behind in

technological achievements

and military power.


Isolationism1
Isolationism

  • Emperors prevented

    Chinese and Japanese

    From any contact with

    The West (Europe)

  • These countries got

    behind in their technological

    skills




Buddhism
Buddhism

  • Comfort- P.D.

  • Spiritual outlook


Confucianism
Confucianism

  • gov’t philosophy

  • respect others (ren); behavior (li)


Doaism
Doaism

  • People connect w/nature

  • “ONE” w/ Dao “universal force”

  • Watch/feel- (nature)

    (waves, clouds, breeze, etc.)


Instructions:

create a timeline using

the dates from your notes

Age of Buddhism

845

400

Han

Dynasty

“period of

disunion”

220

589

618

Sui

Dynasty

907

Tang

Dynasty

5 Dynasties

&

10 kingdoms

1279

1368

1644

Song

Dynasty

Yuan

Dynasty

Ming Dynasty

907

960


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