Nov02 - C1o C`o 's son Western J*n Dynasty: 265-317 The...

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2 November 2009 History 114: China, Origins to 1600 Disunity and Diversity Note that we will begin with the last topic from the previous lecture: Daoist Religion and Daoist Rebellion. I. The Significance of Disunity Today we are looking at the period of disunity between the H3n and T1ng dynasties -- two of the periods considered most glorious and most "Chinese" in Chinese history. But in many ways this period in between the two big dynasties is just as important to Chinese history because: 1) 2) II. Basic Chronology of the Period of Disunity (220-589) Three Kingdoms: 220-265 The empire is divided into three kingdoms, one of which is established by
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Unformatted text preview: C1o C`o 's son Western J*n Dynasty: 265-317 The empire is briefly mostly reunified Sack of Lu-y1ng 311 by the Xiongnu leader Shi Le Northern and Southern Dynasties: 317-589 The J*n flee and establish the Eastern J*n Dynasty in the south The empire is split along a north-south axis III. The North / South Split 1. The North 2. The South Daoism and Southern Individualism We talked already about religious Daoism in the Latter H3n Dynasty Daoism gave rise to yet another tradition in the Southern dynasties: The Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove IV. Influence of Foreign Cultures North: South:...
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