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it was to be commanded by Zheng He. this was designed to enhance China’s standing by attracting many ambassadors from foreign lands, it would cast glory on Yongle himself in China, it bolstered his claim to ruling legitimacy. 14. statements about Zhonghe is not true?( 背景身份 ) the leader of the expeditions (探险) was a high-ranking eunuch (太监) named Zheng He (1371-1433) he was born Ma He to a prominent (杰出的) family in Yunnan province in Southwest China this was ten years before the province was incorporated (合并) into the Ming Empire. his surname Ma was quite a common designation (名称) for Muslims both his grandfather and father were called Hajji (哈赤) 15. events activities about Zhonghe is not true ( 行为 ) he was presented to the Ming imperial court (王朝) as part of the spoils (战利品) of the war
he was assigned (分配指定) to the service of the Prince of Yan, Zhu Di, the 4th son of the Ming founder. he grew up to be tall and stout (结实的) , he displayed the good capacity (能力) for military affairs when the Prince of Yan led armed forces (武装部队) along the frontiers (边界) 16. voyages--Zhonghe brought gifts to other lands, China wanted somthing in return ,what did China not asked for? what the Chinese wanted in return was
17. 3 jewle of Buddisum the three treasures are the “three jewels” of Buddhism (佛教的三宝) :
18. Great Ming Code(1397),460 articles, covered areas to be legislated, which is not an area to be legislated?
19. Which group was not given assumption on being harshly (严厉的) punishment? specific consideration was given to a) the young, b) the elderly,
c) women, d) persons with disabilities. 20. activities--which is not apply to the enforcement (执行) of the Code? it was a penal (刑法) code that specified (规定) how the traditional five punishments should be applied the five traditional punishment were a) beating with a light stick, (轻棒敲打) b) beating with a heavy stick, c) penal servitude, (惩罚奴役) d) life exile, (流放) e) death by strangulation (扼杀) or decapitation (斩首) 21. statements--which is not a civil administration of Ming the Ming gov’t was the largest & most rationally (理性) organized administrative system in the world. it was divided into parallel (平行的) military and civil hierarchies. (等级制度) civil officials (官员) were recruited (招募) through the triennial (每三年) examination system military officials were recruited through a combination of examinations and heredity. (遗传) there were nine official ranks each were divided into sub-ranks they were distinguished by brocaded (锦缎) squares worn on their uniforms birds were for civil officials and animals for military officials.

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