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China – Origins and Historical Overview © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University 23 Jul 2013
examples of oracle-bone writing (jiaguwen )
Standing Figure from Sanxingdui, Sichuan
Bronze Age excavation sites
Shang period cultural sites
Warring States, around the time of Confucius
Han and the Xiongnu, c. 135 BCE
Han and its boundaries
Three Kingdoms, 262
East Asia during the Sui
Tang, Tibet, & Central Asia – c. 700 CE
early Tang empire
Silk Road – land and sea routes
China as part of the Mongol Empire, late 12 th cent. CE
Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Ming period provinces
Zheng Hes voyages
Zheng Hes routes and final destinations
Jan Adkins 1993 comparative sketch (China/Columbus Santa Maria)
Qilin by Shen Du, 1414
The Ming Dynasty ( /1662) 明朝 title © Howard R. Spendelow
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