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Cards (49)

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(49 cards)

warlord

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A leader of a group of a men that controls small district or region

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Oracles

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People (mainly women) that communicated with the dead

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The beginning of the Han Dynasty

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Was started by Liu Bang, after the death of Shi Huangdi.

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Confucius facts

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Born in 551BC and died 479BC, born into a poor but noble family, lived in constant warfare

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Ancient Chinese Religion

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They had many gods of nature as their most powerful god was Tien, who was god of the sky. They also believed that you could talk to the dead

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Achievements of China (technology)

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paper from wood pulp, iron plow, rudder, semioscope, compass, wheelbarrow.

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Shang Dynasty timeline

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1700BC to 1050BC

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Achievements of China (art)

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silk weaving, bronze working, architecture, jade carving

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Oracle process

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First Oracles were paid, then they orcales started fires, as the fire was lit they picked the shells or bones to write on bone. Then the Oracle would write a question and throw it into fire and read cracks.

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The rule of Shi Huangdi

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Strict laws, legalism,and outlawed and murdered thinkers and burned all books except for medicine, farming, and agriculture, and hired spies to spoil plans of assannation

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Great Wall

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A wall made by Shi Huangdi to protect China from the north and stop attacks. It is 13,169 miles

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women clothing

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women wore makeup above eyes shaped like mountains

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The purpose of the Great Wall

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To stop attacks from the North

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Legalism rule 1

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Rule by very strict laws

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Silk road beginning and end

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Chang'an,China to Antioch, Rome

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Oracle bones

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Used to communicate with dead ancestors or gods. Most commonly turtle shells were used.

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Wudi achievements

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He made improvements to the Great Wall, strengthened the army, and by the end of his rule, China's power had stretched out to modern day North Korea and south Vietnam.

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Zhou Dynasty timeline

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1050BC to 221BC

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Achievements of China (medicine)

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acupuncture, herbal remedies, circulatory system,

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Poor life

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They had homes made from bamboo branches and one home. They wore hemps

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Jen

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A person existing with harmony with others, central idea of Confucianism

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Historical Records

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Work made by historian Sima Qian

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The foundation of and what the 5 relationships is based on

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sincerity, loyalty, mutual respect, setting examples

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Forbidden City

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A giant palace complex for emperor's and their family and friends, for bidden by anyone else. They had statues for good luck

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Characteristics of the Qin Dynasty

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strict laws and legalismdfs v

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Confucius

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A teacher and philosopher, he taught that in order to get peace, everyone should be respect each other and behave properly. The emperor's hated him.

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5 human relationships

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ruler- ruled, father-son, husband-wife, older brother-younger brother, friend-friend

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Qin Shi Huangdi real name

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Zhou Zhang

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Taoism

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It supported an idea of being one with nature and it was based of writings of Laozi

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Confucius name

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The name that was given to him by the greeks, his real name is Kong Fu Zi or Master Kong

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Rich life

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They lived large houses made out of wood and had a summer and winter home. They wore silk

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Wudi lifeline

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125BC to 87BC

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Daily Life in China

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A mix of extreme poverty and wealth

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Wudi

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The great-great grandson of Liu Bang, he was considered China's greatest emperor. He took the throne at 15 yrs old, and ruled for 50 yrs. Called the warrior emperor

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Shi Huangdi achievements

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He built the Great Wall, he commanded thousands of farmers to build roads, he made currency, common weights and measure.

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Legalism rule 2

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People are stupid

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mens clothing

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They wore a top hat, grow hair long and then make a bow

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Legalism rule 3

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Rulers are smart

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Shi Huangdi

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The first emperor of China after conquering and unifying the 6 other warring states (7 states total). Started the Qin dynasty. A warlord

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Death of Huangdi

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210BC

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Distance of Silk Road

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4000 miles

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Schools

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A place were only boys go

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Legalsim rule 4

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All power should be given to rulers

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Qin Dynasty timeline

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221BC to 206BC

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Laozi

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A Chinese thinker of 500BC that rivaled with Confucius

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Central idea of Confucianism

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Jen

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Confucius appearance

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A 6" 6' man with buck teeth

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The creator of Legalism

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Shang Yang

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Confucism philosophy

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People believed it to be as a religion and it believed hat everyone should respect everyone

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