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China – Origins and Historical Overview © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University 11 Jul 2007
expansion from Shang to Qin
Han and its boundaries
Divisions in the Northern & Southern Courts (5 th cent. CE)
Tang, Tibet, & Central Asia – c. 700 CE
Silk Road – land and sea routes
China as part of the Mongol Empire, late 12 th cent. CE
Ming Dynasty ( )
yin/yang with trigrams ( )
flag of the Republic of Korea
examples of oracle-bone writing (jiaguwen )
Bronze Age excavation sites
Standing Figure from Sanxingdui, Sichuan
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