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China - The Tang Dynasty 1. Emperor Taizong (627- 650) - He subdued the nomadic people to the north, which secured peace and safety of the trade routes going as far as Syria and Rome. He was one of the greatest Chinese emperors. 2. Emperor Xuanzong (712 -756) - He was the "The Brilliant Monarch" during the classical period of China. 3. The Seventh Century - This century was the classical period of Chinese art and literature. 4. Li Bo (700-762) - A poet who reflected the liveliness of the court and the conflict created by military campaigns. 5. Du Fu (722-770 ) - A poet who also talked about the flamboyancy of the court and the conflict created by military campaigns. 6. The An Lushan rebellion
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Unformatted text preview: (middle of the century) - weakened the power and authority of the court. 7. Empress Wu Zetian- The only female ruler of China. 8. T'ang Code (624)- This was the first complete Chinese code that still exists. It has more than 500 articles. 9. The land distribution program of the Tang was a big part of their agricultural reform and their economic growth. It was supposed to be a way of equally distributing the land. 10. The armies consisted of the aristocrats and the peasants. The aristocrats were used in the north and were very important in fighting the nomads, because they were the only people who had horses and were accomplished cavalrymen....
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2010 for the course WE 123 taught by Professor 23 during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet, Aarhus.

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