Lecture 10a, Northern, Southern Dynasties,rev (1)

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Northern & Southern Dynasties Third to Seventh Century C.E.
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Chinese historical accounts Focus on unity/ tianxia & not fengjian Latter is not the true condition of the Chinese polity.
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5 Major Changes, 3 rd -7 th centuries Geographic redefinition Emergence of Sino-Nomadic culture in Appearance of a hereditary, military population & new military institutions New Elite in South, promoted cultural & literary innovations in the Yangzi region Rise of major religions – Daoism & Buddhism
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Major Changes, 3 rd -7 th centuries Focus attention on following 3 topics on geographic redefinition Urban Life in the Yangzi region Cultural exchanges between steppe & sown – example of Tuoba Wei
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Geographic Redefinition of China
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Han Empire Population Distribution, ca. 2 C.E. Southward migration of Han, 1 st thru 4 th centuries
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Tang Population Distribution ca. 742 Filling of unoccupied lands
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Song Population Distribution, ca. 1100 C.E.
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China Faced West
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The Western Regions
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Japan entered Chinese world view
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Port of Guangzhou (Canton) China Indian Ocean.
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Final Geographic Redefinition Rise of literature devoted to discrete Focus of literature, on rural villages, mountain landscapes, and desolate frontier zones. Focus also on garden, the temple, the mansion salon, country villa – all became centers of local culture & religious activities.
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Urban Life in South
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Three primary developments Regional capitals New literary and cultural forms – semi- public gardens, rural villa Rise of institutional religions – Daoism, Buddhism
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Rural Villa, depicts domestic scene 6 th century
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Yongning Temple Pagoda
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