Presentation on theme: "By Theodor Golesteanu and Andrew Rose. The Chinese had emperors. What the emperors were was a very well treated king. If someone disobeyed what he said,"— Presentation transcript:
The Chinese had emperors. What the emperors were was a very well treated king. If someone disobeyed what he said, it would be off with his head. He can tell you what to do, so do it or you will be at your funeral the next day.
Qin invented a lot of things like the Great Wall and the Terra Cotta Warriors. Qin was very honored and barely disobeyed. He was the third emperor of China. He made a lot of inventions, like I said but Qin made the inventions for a very good use, like the Great Wall was build to protect the territory of China for when people try to attack. For example Ghengis Khan, he attacked the great wall at least 100 times to steal all kinds of goods from china but it didn’t work because the Great Wall still kept on stopping him again and again. Qin would barley be lazy and do nothing but most of the time he would start and finish all of his work.
Qin invented the Terra Cotta Warriors. He made the Terra Cotta Warriors to protect him in the afterlife. The people in china believed that when an emperor dies you put all the kinds of goods around the emperor’s body, just like ancient Egypt did to the pharos. The thing about the Terra Cotta Warriors is that there weren’t only warriors, there were also acrobats and musicians so that in the emperor’s afterlife he wouldn’t only attack with warriors and to also have some fun.
Did you know that emperors wouldn’t eat any food that would make them burp or fart. Normal people weren’t allowed to look at the emperors face because they thought that the emperors face was too beautiful to be looked at, but if someone did the next thing you will see is a head rolling all over the floor and a headless body that is falling down. People of china weren’t allowed to wear yellow instead of the emperor. Most dynasties lasted for 300 or 400 years. Zhou and Qin were related to each other. The Chinese also thought that the emperor was the Son of God and was treated like one.
China’s first dynasty was the Shang Dynasty. The last dynasty was the Qing Dynasty. China’s dynasties lasted over 4,000 years. During many dynasties the Great Wall was being built. Through all the dynasties, special things only Chinese could make were invented. Through China’s history it has had many great dynasties.
The Qing Dynasty lasted for 271 years. The Qing Dynasty was the last dynasty of china. The Qing Dynasty was not the most strict dynasty. But not the most reliable dynasty. The last emperor was puyi. Puyi was on the throne at the age of 3. Puyi was emperor at a tough time china was in a war with japan. Puyi became the emperor of japan. afterwards he was imprisoned in China.
Qing kangxi was one of the most honored emperors of China. Kangxi made the Qing dynasty noticed. Kangxi was the most wise emperor of china. Kangxi was the second emperor in the Qing dynasty. He was very relied on by his people
Did you know 1.the Han dynasty used kites to scare away enemies? 2.the Qin dynasty had a tomb containing 8,000 life size warriors made out of clay? 3.some people sacrificed themselves for the emperors purpose. 4.Qing Puyi was imprisoned in his own country.
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