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February 12, 2007 I. Forbidden City a. It is very squared off. It had an outside wall, a front gate, the more public buildings in the front and the private in the back i. The Gate in front is called the Meridian Gate 1. For ordinary people could post their name, the registry of the people living in the house with their ages, for New Year’s you put cuplets out side wishing a good year. 2. The public face of the family and palace. ii. 5 bridges going over a stream iii. Gate of Supreme Harmony 1. Officials would line up for the Dawn Audience 2. Would sit on the throne in here, while the officials line up outside iv. The halls is where people are invited and the emperor holds his birthdays v. Hall of Central Harmony 1. Every spring emperor would ritual plow one ferro and here he would have the seeds inspected vi. Hall of Preserving Harmony 1. Used for receiving the new metropolitan degree holders and the ambassdors from foreign countries 2. Claims to authority of over the whole world. Drawing power,
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2010 for the course HIEA HIEA 122 taught by Professor Schnewed during the Spring '10 term at UCSD.

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