World China 6 Han - Qin falls and Han begins The King is...

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Qin falls and Han begins The King is Dead… Long live the King! Slideshow from www.advancedplacementhistory.com
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Why did the Qin fall? Failed to rule with humanity many peasant rebellions, 3 assassination attempts, Shi Huangdi’s death, his son failed as a ruler lost the Mandate of Heaven
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Han Dynasty 206 B.C.E.-220 C.E. (c. 400 years) Overview The Han continued the Q’in organization and empire to build a strong but humane government, great wealth, good Confucian education for upper class men, important inventions and excellent long distance trade.
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Han Politics Liu Bang 1 Han Emperor replaced Legalism with Confucianism Chang’an is capital Wu di important emperor Confucianism teaches that Emperor is
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Chang’an Largest city in the world Carefully planned Great trade center on Silk Road Wealthy and beautiful
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Confucian Civil Service Examination Han government officials chosen by scores on a Confucian poetry and moral code test Han started schools to train candidates Curriculum is Confucius’s teachings, Chinese history, and Chinese law.
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Han Economy peasant life - Military service required of oldest male - a month’s labor for govt per year textile manufacturing, water mills iron casting led to steel Chinese traders were able to
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course WOH 0301 taught by Professor Henderson during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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