APWH Notes Ch. 6 - Notes Chapter: 6 P Politics I...

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Notes Chapter: 6 Shreya Maddireddy P Politics I Intellectual R Religion A Art and Architecture T Technology E Economics S Society Culture: The Mauryan Empire (324-184 BCE) Chanragupta gain (vaishya/shrudra) control of the empire. Alez claimed to meet Sandracottus maybe him Greek ruled Punjab. After Gupta’s death Binusura and Ashoka extended the empire. Kautila – Brahmin leading Chandragupta into solidating his power. Cap=Pataliputna. Governed by 5 committees which -> to feature of the urban life, manufacturing, trade, sales, taxes,welfare of foreigners, and registration of births and deaths Ashoka (grandson) engaged in military campaigns. During his conquest of Kalinga- >Buddhist. And began preaching nonviolence, morality, moderation, and relig. Tolerance, and a private life. He inscribed edict on great rock/pillars. Though he became nonviolent he had no trouble threatening the people that did not feel remorse and he has the strength to punish them Collapsed after his death of dynastic disputes Standard coinage promoted trade and military. Ashoka converted the Buddhism on a military campaign in Kalinga. He then preached nonviolence, morality, moderation, and religious tolerance in both government and private life. Pataliputna was surrounded by a timber wall and a moat Standard coinage promoted trade and military. Agriculture Iron mines ¼ of the Mauryan Harvest went the king and his royal court Infantry, cavalry, elephant and chariot divisions Royal control of mines, ship building, manufacture of aramentts. Standard coinage promoted trade and military. Magadha inc. in wealth in power. Chanragupta gain (vaishya/shrudra) control of the empire. India’s 1 st centralized empire. Gupta inspired by Alex. The Great. Alez claimed to meet Sandracottus maybe him Greek ruled Punjab. After Gupta’s death Binusura and Ashoka extended the empire. Kautila – Brahmin leading Chandragupta into solidating his power. Wrote treatise on gov. (Arthashastra) Mandala (circle) – theory of foreign policy Cap=Pataliputna. Governed by 5 committees which -> to feature of the urban life, manufacturing, trade, sales, taxes,welfare of foreigners, and registration of births and deaths.
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Notes Chapter: 6 P Politics I Intellectual R Religion A Art and Architecture T Technology E Economics S Society Culture: The Gupta Empire (320- 550 CE) Their control was not as centered as the Mauryan Administrative bureaucracy and intelligence network were smaller. Powerful army maintained control in the core of the empire. Governors ruled by their own system in outlying lands - exploited pop. Title passed through
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This note was uploaded on 12/15/2009 for the course SOCIAL STU 129348437 taught by Professor Phalange during the Spring '09 term at Aberystwyth University.

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APWH Notes Ch. 6 - Notes Chapter: 6 P Politics I...

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