Life in the Han and
Guptan Dynasties
Han Dynasty
202 B.C.E- 220 C.E
http://www.artsmia.org/art-of-asia/history/dynasty-han.cfm
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Guptan Dynasty
320 C.E- 550 C.E
http://go.grolier.com/atlas?id=mh00079
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Symbol for Confucianism
http://worldreligionsslocomb.wikispaces.com/Confucianism
http://media.visitbritain.com/Story-Ideas...
Hierarchy of the Guptan Caste System
http://asiasociety.org/countries/traditions/jati-caste-system-india Advance at 2:11
http://thenaturalfoodie.org/yin-yang-tea/
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Confucius
http://media.visitbritain.com/Story-Ideas/Royal-treasures-from-Chinese-tombs-8eb3.aspx
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Depiction of couples interacting (ARTstor) Advance at 7:08
Han Dynasty
Civil Service Exam
http://www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientChinaCurriculum/DynasticRuleinChinafrom...
https://newscenter.sdsu.edu/sdsu_newscenter/news.aspx?s=74010
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Nalanda University (ARTstor) Advance at 9:50
References
Kong, X., & He, S. (2012). A Monumental Work of the Middle Ancient History Studies in a Macroscopic Perspective...
References Contd.
Lavely, W. (1994). Chinese family/demography. In P. N. Stearns (Ed.), Encyclopedia of social history (pp...
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  1. 1. Life in the Han and Guptan Dynasties
  2. 2. Han Dynasty 202 B.C.E- 220 C.E http://www.artsmia.org/art-of-asia/history/dynasty-han.cfm Advance at 0:23
  3. 3. Guptan Dynasty 320 C.E- 550 C.E http://go.grolier.com/atlas?id=mh00079 Advance at “0:50
  4. 4. Symbol for Confucianism http://worldreligionsslocomb.wikispaces.com/Confucianism http://media.visitbritain.com/Story-Ideas/Royal-treasures-from-Chinese-tombs-8eb3.aspx Advance at 1:40
  5. 5. Hierarchy of the Guptan Caste System http://asiasociety.org/countries/traditions/jati-caste-system-india Advance at 2:11
  6. 6. http://thenaturalfoodie.org/yin-yang-tea/ Advance at 3:45
  7. 7. Confucius http://media.visitbritain.com/Story-Ideas/Royal-treasures-from-Chinese-tombs-8eb3.aspx Advance at 5:20
  8. 8. Depiction of couples interacting (ARTstor) Advance at 7:08
  9. 9. Han Dynasty Civil Service Exam http://www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/AncientChinaCurriculum/DynasticRuleinChinafromSuitoMingLesson.htm http://www.mitchellteachers. org/WorldHistory/AncientChinaCurriculum/DynasticRul einChinafromSuitoMingLesson.htm Advance at 8:58
  10. 10. https://newscenter.sdsu.edu/sdsu_newscenter/news.aspx?s=74010 Advance at 9:20
  11. 11. Nalanda University (ARTstor) Advance at 9:50
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