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60 Cards in this Set

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who is the founder of the Han Dynasty of China?
Lin Bang
Lin Bang is the founder of which Dynasty in China?
Han Dynasty
the Han Dynasty is comparable to which empire before it?
The Roman Empire could be compared to which Dynasty of China?
Han Dynasty had what as its political ideology?
Which Dynasty had confucianism as its political ideology?
Han Dynasty
Han Dynasty believes that people have _____ and _____
morals and virtues
Han Dynasty had what kind of government system?
Which Dynasty had a strong central government?
Which Dynasty expanded under the rule of Han Wu Di?
The great expansion of the Han Empire occurred under who?
Han Wu Di
(Han) in the military campaign against _____ _____ tribe, explorer Zhang Qian was sent in search of allies in _____ _____.
Xiong Nu, Central Asia
(Han) in the military campaign against Xiong Nu tribe, explorer _____ _____ was sent in search of allies in Central Asia.
Zhang Qian
(Han) During the military campaign against the _____ _____ tribe, the silk road was discovered
Xiong Nu
(Han) during the military campaign against the Xiong Nu tribe, the _____ _____ was discovered
silk road
(Han) during the military campaign against the Xiong Nu tribe, a cultural exchange occurred between the _____ and the _____
West and East
(Han) Trade included silk and tea from _____ and _____, _____, _____, and _____ from West/Central Asia
China, horses, walnuts, carrots, grapes
(Han) trade included _____ and _____ from China and horses, walnuts, carrots and grapes from _____/_____ _____
silk and tea, West/Central Asia
(Han) introduction of Buddhism from _____-- 1st century AD
(Han) introduction of _____ from India--- 1st century AD
(Han) Introduction of Buddhism from India--- __ _____ ___
1st century AD
Paper making invented in _____ _____ 100 AD
Han China
_____ _____ invented in Han China 100 AD
paper making
(Han) before paper, they wrote on _____ (very heavy)
(Han) understanding of _____ _____ of the human body (flow of blood)
meridian channels
(Han) understanding of meridian channels of the human body (_____ __ _____)
flow of blood
who invented the first seismograph?
Han China
Han China invented the first what?
(comparison Rome and Han) territorial expansion and economic integration: Han China built _____/Rome set up _____)
roads, granaries
(Rome vs Han) territorial expansion and economic integration: _____ built roads/_____ set up granaries
China, Rome
(Han vs Rome) political integration: China-- _____ and _____ _____/Rome--no _____ __ ___ _____, legal system
confucianism and divine empire, divinity of the ruler
(Han vs Rome) political integration: _____-- confucianism and divine empire/_____--no divinity of the ruler, _____ _____
China, Rome, legal system
(Han vs Rome) ethnic integration: _____--Latin and erase Greek language/_____--ethnic mixing in South China, use of Mandaria dialect
Rome, China
(Han vs Rome) ethnic integration: Rome--_____ and erase _____ language/China-- ethnic mixing in _____ China, use of _____ dialect
Latin, Greek, South, Mandaria
(Han vs Rome) culture: Rome-- borrow from _____/China-- _____
Greek, creative
(Han vs Rome) culture: _____--borrow from Greeks/_____-- creative
Rome, China
(Han vs Rome) religion: _____-- confucianism, later Buddhism/_____-- civic religion, later Christianity
China, Rome
(Han vs Rome) religion: China-- _____, later _____/Rome--_____ _____, later _____
confucianism, Buddhism, civic religion, Christianity
Decline of Empires: less capable _____, _____, _____ _____, _____
emperors, invasions, economic stagnation, disease
Silk Road: Nexus of trade route from _____ to _____. Trade can feed new levels of _____ _____. China became world _____ _____ of silk (_____-_____ goods)
China to Mediterranean, consumer interests, manufacturing center, high-quality goods
Other Trading Routes: Chinese _____ _____ (Korea and Vietnam), _____ merchants in Southeast Asia, _____ and _____ _____ travelers to sub Saharan Africa
tributary system, Indian, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern
Individual travelers: _____ (Greece 5th century) to Egypt, Middle East. _____ monks to India
Herodotus, Chinese
Great Civilizations encounter: 5th-6th century BC _____ and _____ (direct territorial and military interactions), Alexander the Great's conquest brought Greek civilization to _____
Greece and Persia, India
Contact between India and China: Chinese travelers reported Indian _____, ___ and ___ century CE, China import _____ directly from India
prosperity, 2nd, 3rd, Buddhism
Classical Period in World History: Main civilization centers: _____, _____, _____
China, India, Persia, Mediterranean
Main Civilization centers: science: China- _____, Greek- _____, India- _____
empirical, theoretical, math
Main civilization centers: science: _____- empirical, _____- theoretical, _____- math
China, Greek, India
Main civilization centers: politically: China- _____ with large _____, India- _____, Mediterranean-- development of _____ _____
central state, bureaucracy, decentralized, legal system
Main civ centers: politcally: _____- central state with large bureaucracy, _____- decentralized, _____- development of legal system
China, India, Mediterranean
Main civ centers: religion: China-- _____, India-- _____, _____, Mediterranean- _____
Confucianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity
Main civ centers: religion: _____- confucianism, _____- Hinduism, Buddhism, _____-- Christianity
China, India, Mediterranean
Main civ centers: social hierarchy system: India- _____ _____, China- _____
caste system, Confucianism
Main civ centers: social hierarchy system: _____- caste system, _____- confucianism
India, China
Confucianism social hierarchy-
gentlemen, intellectuals, peasants, artisans, merchants
main civ centers: technology: China- _____, India- _____ _____, Mediterranean- _____ _____
best, steel making, least development
main civ centers: technology: _____- best, _____- steel making, _____- least development
China, India, Mediterranean
main civ centers: cultural system: China- _____, India- _____, Persia- _____, Mediterranean- _____-_____
Confucianism, Hinduism, Zeruastrianism, Greco-Roman
main civ centers: cultural system: _____- Confucianism, _____- Hinduism, _____- Zeruastrianism, _____- Greco-Roman
China, India, Persia, Mediterranean
cultural change in the classical period: _____ and belief in _____ of _____ in early river civilizations. _____ _____ those were modified with philosophy and new religions
polytheism, divinity of ruler, classical period
cultural change in the classical period: Polytheism and belief in divinity of ruler in early _____ _____. classical period those were modified with _____ and new _____
river civilizations, philosophy, religions