The Northern Song. Expression of Wen in the Song Rule. A benevolent policy on the treatment of officials. Emperors were generally tolerant toward outspoken officials Ministers, highly respected, were seated when discussing policy with the emperor
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A benevolent policy on the treatment of officials
by Liu Jun, Ming Dynasty
The painting depicts Taizu’ consulting with his counselor about reunifying China, which was left unfinished because of his sudden death.
In 982, the Finest Flowers of the Preserve of Letters (Wenyuan yinghua)
1001, the Seven Classics, which was expanded and published as the Thirteen Classics in 1011.
Trusted degree-holders were appointed to serve in the central government after a period of service as regional prefects
Unearthed 1974, 24.20 meters long
9.15 meters wide，1.92 meters deep
Printing Plate, for paper money
Books in “butterfly fold” format
The earliest surviving printed texts are eight-century samples of Buddhist dharani (charms) discovered in Xi’an, in 1974
The earliest surviving printed text/scroll is an eighth-century Buddhist scripture (approximately 704-751 CE) discovered in 1966
The earliest surviving book is probably a copy of the Diamond Sutra dated 868, discovered in Dunhuang in 1907
Clay movable type
Printing technology boosted education, the spread of knowledge, the increase of the civil examination candidates
Left: Ten-thousand arms Guanyin in the temple
on the walls
Iron Pagoda (originally, Kaibao Pagoda)
Reconstructed Song pagoda dated 997