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CHI 221, Fall 2011 Diminished empire & nomadic challengers (9/20)
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Last Thursday’s Feedback : If you travelled alone to an island of nobody and were allowed to bring one “thing” with you, it would be _________________ . game horseshoes, tea/staff, a way home, RUM!!! lots of it, knife (4), a girl, blake level, nothing because only need my memory, lots of food, water, between my boyfriend & potstickers, laptop, sunscreen, sketch book & pencil, heavy duty lighter, satellite phone, cow, all the seasons of the TV show: LOST!!!, companion, president Obama because they will find him, my sister, matches so that I could boil water & cook meat 2
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11. Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms (907 – 960) Later Liang (907 – 923) Later Tang (923 – 936) Later Jin (936 – 947) Later Han (947 – 950) Later Zhou (951 – 960) 3
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4 Round box & cover Ewer with cover Dish -porcelain technique continued to develop; whiteware china -―monumental ink landscape‖ - black ink on silk
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1. In the Song Dynasty, who would be more likely to be selected as a government official? 1) an emperor’s family member 2) an empress’s family member 3) a person who succeeded in the civil service exam 4) a warrior who succeed in the military service exam 5
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12. Song (960 – 1279): 3 rd golden age , a flouring capitalist economy Northern Song (960 – 1127) Southern Song (1127 – 1279) • Beginning of the social, economic, political, and cultural trends of ―late imperial China‖: Maturation of civil service examination system and Confusion scholar-official government. • Elite status became more dependent on education, examination success, and official government service, giving rise to the ―literati ideal‖ of the refined gentleman-scholar. 6
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2. What didn’t a female bound-feet stand for? 1) wealth 2) sophistication 3) virtue 4) knowledge 3. A woman who committed suicide after her husband’s death would be rewarded a monument in the Song dynasty. 1) True 2) False 7
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• era of commercial expansion and urbanization, spread of printing and foot-binding, growth of vernacular literature, great age of landscape painting, monochrome porcelain • Neo-Confucian revival ( Zhuxi , 朱熹 ) 8
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Song Ci 宋词 ( lyric, prose) Ci lyric emerged already during the Tang dynasty in
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