HILD Section Notes

HILD Section Notes - Interregional Contact/Control and...

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Interregional Contact/Control and Ethnic Identity o End of Han People no longer support Confucianism Too optimist (stated if do rituals then will have good life but not that way) Buddhism Suffering as the basis of human life Opened doors to other ways of thought After Han falls, unified empire breaks up Different people took over – 3 basic kingdoms Shang/Han, etc located in the north o Capital: Anyang/Luoyang (North) o Had considered themselves as a northern place South = “barbarians” More north = Shuongnu people are “barbarians” as well o Horse warfare o Started taking over and integrating with their culture Most people escaped to the South to escape the chaos o Huge transformation in the region of power (north/south) o Chinese view of Korean kingdom (“Accounts of the Eastern barbarians – Koguyro” pg.94-96) Chinese were interested in: Marriage custom Burial rites Material possession (decorations, clothing, jewelry)
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