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What are the most notable dynasties in order?
Shang
Zhou ("Joe")
Qin ("chin")
Han
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( ------------------- 400 years of Disunity ------------------)
Sui ("sway" without "w")
Tang
Song
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Yuan ------ Mongol
Ming
Qing ("ching") --------Manchu
Republic -------- Republic of China
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Mao Zedong ---------People's Republic of China / Communist China
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In what river valley was the Shang dynasty located in?
The Huang He
Oracle bones date back to which dynasty?
Shang
The mandate of heaven dates back to which dynasty?
Shang
Which dynasty exspanded the empire to include the Yangtze river valley in adition to the Huang He river Valley
Zhou
The notoriously squanderous leaders the Sons of Heaven ruled at the end of what dynasty?
Zhou
The Warring states was between which two dynasties?
Zhou and Qin
The manifacture of silk first began to be encouraged by the government in which dynasty?
Qin
The civil service exam began in what dynasty?
Han
Which dynasty declined due to loss of Confucian values that was the core of the government, poor harvests, social unrest of STUDENTS, and pressure from nomadic tribes?
Han
Buddhism started to spread during which dynasty?
Han
name that dynasty:
-Trade and travel along the Silk Roads was protected
-Contacts with Islamic peoples increased.
-Ocean-going ships were improved, increasing interest in ocean trade.
Tang
Junk ships and paper money were developed during this dynasty:
Tang
Gun powder was developed in the ____ dynasty
Tang
Which dynasty paid tribute to nomadic peoples in order to avoid invasion?
Song
Neo-Confucianism, a blend of Buddhist and Confucian values arose in the ______ dynasty
Song
Printing with movable type was developed in the ______-dynasty
Song
Foot binding became popular amongst the elites during the _______ dynasty
Song
Which Dynasty was founded by a peasant?
Ming
The Zheng He Voyages started during the _____ dynasty.
Ming
____________ were two wars in the mid-19th century involving Anglo-Chinese disputes over British trade in China and China's sovereignty. Resulted in Britain have control over Hong Kong
Opium Wars
Overthrow of the last imperial dynasty, the Qings, to form a republic
Chinese Revolution
The Communist revolution was led by
Mao Zedong
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