Dawn of Chinese Civilization

Dawn of Chinese Civilization - Significance Religion Dawn...

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Dawn of Chinese Civilization Geography and Ecology Natural Boundaries Himalayas Tianshan Mts Gobi Desert Yellow River Yangzi River Points of
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Dawn of Chinese Civilization Resource Endowments Arable land Flooding Droughts Consequences Yang-Shao (North China) 5,000 BCE Hemudu (South
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Dawn of Chinese Civilization Shang Dynasty 1776-1122 BCE Warlords => Kings Government Religion Metalworking Bronze workers Chariots Military
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Dawn of Chinese Civilization Shang Dynasty Continued Urban Anyang Oracle Bones Function Logographic
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Unformatted text preview: Significance Religion Dawn of Chinese Civilization Zhou Dynasty 1122-221 Western Zhou 1122-770 Eastern Zhou 770-221 Early Rulers Wen Wu Dawn of Chinese Civilization Zhou Dynasty Continued System of Government Feudalism Vassalage => Hereditary Fiefdoms Dynastic Decline Code of War Dawn of Chinese Civilization Period of Warring States Military Innovations Technology Tactics Implications for the Population Gradual Recentralization Art of War...
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2012 for the course HIST 1010 taught by Professor Kicklighter during the Spring '07 term at Auburn University.

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