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Nov.15-17 - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Nov. 15-17, 2010...

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Nov. 15-17, 2010 1. Five Dynasties period (five dynasties in the north, ten in the south; 907 – 960 CE) This is to be distinguished from the “Six Dynasties Period,” 220 – 581 CE, between the Hàn and the Suí 2. Sòng i   (960 – 1279) This was one of the two Chinese dynasties. A lot of the Song dynasty officials came from farming backgrounds. The clans in which they belonged gathered money so that the bright person could devote their time to examination preparation. Printing was not used significantly until this dynasty. The method used was woodblock. Song is characterized by an increasing divergence between classic and vernacular Chinese. The Chinese center of gravity shifted. 85% of the biographical personages in dictonaries come from Southern Song. i. Northern Sòng (960 – 1127; capital in Kāifēng i ; Hénán prov. ) ii. Southern Sòng (1127 – 1279; capital in Hángzhōu i ; Zhèjiāng prov.; north China was under the sway of the Jīn i   dynasty (1115 –
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '07 term at UNC.

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Nov.15-17 - Chinese 252 Names & Terms Nov. 15-17, 2010...

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