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NAME:CLASS:DATE:Analyzing Documents Units 1.1 and 1.3: AsiaFor each document or group of documents answer its accompanying question(s).Provide SPECIFIC evidence from thedocument PARAPHRASE it and explain why that evidence answers the question.Outside Evidence of the Document Question: Answer the question utilizing outside evidence/information/data and thenas ALWAYS explain.1. China and the Tributary SystemA.B.C.A.Tributary envoys fromBaekje,Goguryeo, andSilla. Painting produced 7th century AD byYan Liben(c. 600–673).B.Kyrgyz deliver a white horse as a tribute to theQianlong Emperorof China (1757), soon after the Qing conquest ofXinjiang. Soon, intensive trade started inKuljaandChuguchak, Kyrgyz horses, sheep and goats being traded forChinese silk and cotton fabrics.[21]C.ThePortraits of Periodical Offeringof Liang. 6th-century painting inNational Museum of China. Tributary envoysfrom right to left:Uar(Hephthalites);Persia;Baekje(Korea);Qiuci;Wo(Japan);Langkasuka(in present-dayMalaysia); Dengzhi (鄧至) (Qiang)Ngawa; Zhouguke (周古柯), Hebatan (呵跋檀), Humidan (胡密丹), Baiti (白題, ofsimilar Hephthalite people), who dwell close to Hephthalite; Mo (Qiemo).1. How extensive (territories/states incorporated) was the tributary system?Outside Evidence:2. Why was it potentially beneficial to be a tributary state, how did the hegemonic state benefit?2.A Woman’s Role in Ancient China/Neo-Confucianist China
Let a woman retire late to bed but rise early to duties; let her nor dread tasks by day or by night. Let her not refuse to performdomestic duties whether easy or difficult. That which must be done, let her finish completely, tidily, and systematically, when awoman follows such rules as these, then she may be said to be industrious.Let a woman be correct in manner and upright in character in order to serve her husband. Let her live in purity and quietness ofspirit, and attend to her own affairs. Let her love not gossip and silly laughter. Let her cleanse and purify and arrange in order thewine and the food for the offerings to the ancestors. When a woman observes such principles as these, then she may be said tocontinue ancestral worship.No woman who observes these three fundamentals of life has ever had a bad reputation or has fallen into disgrace. If a woman failsto observe them, how can her name be honored; how can she but bring disgrace upon herself?-These three ancient customs epitomize woman's ordinary way of life and the teachings of the traditional ceremonial rites andregulations.

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Han Dynasty, Ming Dynasty, Zheng He, Dara Shikoh

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