HST-Feb4 - The Han Dynasty - Into Chinas Classical Age (206...

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The Han Dynasty - Into China’s Classical Age (206 B.C. - 220 A.D.) Liu Bang Peasant - Rises to power - Becomes first Ruler Restores Imperial Control continues centralized state Expansion into Korea Nomads (Huns) eventual defeat and assimilation Legalists replace by Confucian bureaucrats Basis of govt. exams Meritocracy Silk Road = multiple routes to Rome Arts and Sciences Innovative Period Paper (brush, pen), compasses, Water-mills, Rudders, Horse Collar, wheelbarrow, irrigation. Science Calendar 365.5 Medicine: diagnosis Pre-Islamic Arabia Arabian peninsula Semitic Languages
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Not United Nomadic Tribes Bedouins Raiders and Traders Few Cities Speaking Arabic The 5th and 6th Centuries Trade Routes Mecca, Medina Contacts with other people Jews and Christians Muhammad and the Spread of Islam Muhammad (570-632) Prophet of Allah Background Traders Marries 4 children (sons die) Wealthy, respected but dissatisfied Goes to Caves and Hills Receives revelations 610 A.D.
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Via Gabriel Written Down Koran (Qur’an) Recitation
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