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Unit XVI – China of the Middle Ages China – The Dynasties of The Golden Ages through the 20 th Century Copyright 2006; C. Pettinato, RCS High School, All.

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1 Unit XVI – China of the Middle Ages China – The Dynasties of The Golden Ages through the 20 th Century Copyright 2006; C. Pettinato, RCS High School, All Rights Reserved

2 1. The Two Golden Ages of China A. The Tang Dynasty 1. 618 – 907 2. founded - Li Yuan, taken over by his son Li Shimin - admired 3. conquered to Afghanistan (largest size) 4. Vietnam, Korea tributary states 5. Accomplishments – bureaucracy, civil service, land to peasants, increased revenue, canals, trade, transportation, Grand Canal, agricultural center – north, mechanical clock, gunpowder, the arts

3 2. The Two Golden Ages (cont.) B. The Song Dynasty 1. 960 – 1279 2. founder Zhao Kuangyin 3. lost some territory to the Mongols 4. wealth and culture dominated Asia 5. center of agriculture shifts to south 6. increased productivity 7. Accomplishments; foreign trade, better ships, paper money, large cities (1 mil.), smallpox vaccine, moveable type, spinning wheel, the arts

4 3. Social Structure (Class Hierarchy) A. What were the classes of Chinese society under the Tang and Song Dynasties? 1. monarchy 2. gentry 3. peasants 4. merchants

5 4. Video

6 5. Tang and Song China

7 6. The Yuan Dynasty A. The Mongolians – founder Genghiz Kahn, Kublai Kahn (The Golden Horde) from Mongolia B. the war machine C. the use of the cannon, missiles D. effects of Mongolian Rule –1. expanded size of China –2. extensive military –3. became tolerant rulers –4. arts, scholarship flourished –5. political stability –6. trade with Europe – Silk Road –7. techniques of paper making, gunpowder, windmills moved east

8 7. The Yuan Dynasty

9 8. Kublai Kahn

10 9. Video

11 10. Venice – the Hometown of Marco Polo

12 11. The Ming Dynasty A. 1368 – 1644 B. restored Civil Service System C. Board of Censors over the bureaucracy D. improved agriculture E. repaired extensive canals F. new technologies in manufacturing – ex. porcelain production G. book production increased H. revival of arts and literature I. voyages of Zheng He

13 12. The Qing Dynasty (The Manchus) A. 1644 – 1926 – from Manchuria B. extended empire north and west C. the Conquering of Taiwan D. adopted Chinese customs E. top jobs given to Manchus F. Accomplishments; internal peace, govt. work projects, intensive farming of land, terraces, internal trade - fish, timber, textiles, luxury goods, silk, porcelain, trade with Europeans

14 13. Important Terms and People A. Golden Age B. tributary state C. Li Shimin D. Grand Canal E. Zhao Kuangyin F. block printing G. moveable type H. gentry I. peasantry J. lowly merchants M. Tang and Song women N. binding of the feet O. Mongolian military P. Marco Polo Q. Zheng He R. Boxer Rebellion


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