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The Chin (221BCE) vs. The Han (207 BCE). Philosophy. Legalist-action not words. Confucianism i.e. stability. Great Wall , Chinese dictionary, Standardized money. Legacy. -The Silk Road -Conquered Central Asia. Reputation. Ruthless, oppressive. Well organized social structure.

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The Chin (221BCE) vs. The Han (207 BCE)

Philosophy

Legalist-action

not words

Confucianism

i.e. stability

Great Wall ,

Chinese dictionary,

Standardized

money

Legacy

-The Silk Road

-Conquered

Central Asia

Reputation

Ruthless,

oppressive.

Well organized

social structure

emperor
Emperor
  • Supreme figure of government.
  • Father and mother of his people and the son of heaven.
  • Responsible for keeping the balance.
  • Not worshipped as a god.
  • Mandate of heaven - meant that if things went bad, the people would rise up and depose him.
education examination and law
Education Examination and Law
  • The vast majority remained illiterate until the 20th century.
  • For the elite, education was extremely important.
  • When children reached eight, girls and boys were separated.
  • Girls educated in deportment.
  • Boys who wanted to enter the government had to memorize 400’000 words that made up the classics.
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Law
  • Very specific rules
  • Relative to the person being accused
  • Flogging, work-camps and exile were preferred over execution
  • Guilty until proven innocent
  • This system is at the root of China’s poor record of human rights
the decline of the han
The Decline of the Han
  • The peasants suffered as the gap between rich and poor grew.
  • A number of rebellions broke out and powerful landlords and generals were no longer loyal to the Emperor.
  • The last Emperor Abdicated in 220 BCE.

What happens when an Empire collapses?

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Manchus

Tibetans

Mongols

why china and not rome
Why China and not Rome?

Buddism was the religion of over

half the world. It kept the Chinese

Together at a time of crisis

the second empire 589
The Second Empire - 589
  • Once again united China
  • Rebuilt all that was

lost during disunion

  • Lowered taxes and

kept his government

honest

  • His son lost the respect

of the people = rebellion

Emperor Wendi

china s golden age the tang dynasty
China’s Golden Age: The Tang Dynasty

-Greatest territorial extent

-cities and culture flourished

-restored school systems

-land given to peasants

-rule was just and fair

assignment read pages 350 359
Assignment – Read pages 350-359
  • Questions 1-3
  • Complete Question 3 on page 363