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Economies based on trade monumental building urban centers differentiation of labor

Economies based on trade

Monumental building

Urban centers

Differentiation of labor

Social stratification

6. All of the following are true of the major Amerindian civilizations in Central and South America prior to the arrival of Europeans EXCEPT


A economics based on trade

Pages 86-87

A. Economics based on trade


7 all of the following are characteristics of western europe in the 1400s and 1500s except

The growth of capitalism

The decline of the feudal system

Are increasingly urban population

The development of improved weaponry

The continued strength of the Roman Catholic Church

7. All of the following are characteristics of western Europe in the 1400s and 1500s except


E the continued strength of the roman catholic church

Pages 445-448

(E) The continued strength of the Roman Catholic Church


1027 221 b c e pages 43 50 read for quiz on friday

1027-221 B.C.E. Pages 43 -50 read for quiz on Friday

The Zhou Period 1027-221 B.C.E


The zhou period

The Zhou Period

  • The Shang domination of central and northern China lasted over 600 years. That is three times more than the US!

  • 11th B.C.E century the last Shang king was defeated by Wu, the ruler of the Zhou.

  • Wei River Valley of China became the dependent state of the Zhou.

  • The Zhou line of Kings was the longest lasting of any dynasty in Chinese history. Lasting over 800 years. 1027-221 B.C.E


Zhou ideas evolved from shang ideas

Zhou Ideas evolved from Shang ideas

  • The Zhou preserved many elements of the Shang culture and added new ideas in technology and ideology.

  • Mandate of Heaven- according to theory, the ruler had to be chosen by the supreme deity to grant power to the ruler of China and to take the power away if the ruler failed to conduct himself justly/


Some shang ideas were continued

Some Shang ideas were continued

  • Marked decline in bloody sacrifices and burials.

  • The priests during the Shang period who could only make contact with spirits of ancestors faded away.

  • The separation of religion and government always was dismissed.

  • 11th -9th B.C.E capitals were being built.

  • Zhou regime was suppose to be the model of fairness.


800 b c e power began to wane

800 B.C.E Power began to Wane

  • Local rulers operated more independently.

  • War was waged on other tribal people

  • Nomadic people began to attack the northwest frontiers.

  • 771 B.C.E members of the Zhou lineage relocated to a more secure eastern capital.

  • Time period of political fragmentation.


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