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  • The First Emperor’s Underground Army
  • Early Chinese Empire
  • China’s Geographic Diversity
  • FOUNDATION MAP 4.1 China’s Geography and Environment, Third Millennium B.C.E.
  • Early Chinese Societies
  • The Yellow River.
  • MAP 4.2 China’s Early Dynasties and Central Asian Connections, Second Millennium B.C.E.
  • Remains of early Chinese chariot, with bones of horses and driver.
  • Shang oracle bone.
  • State and Society During the Zhou Dynasty
  • MAP 4.3 The Zhou Dynasty, 1122–256 B.C.E.
  • A metal bell from the Zhou era.
  • The Classical Age of Chinese Philosophy
  • Confucius and his disciples.
  • Traditional yin-yang symbol, with light (yang) side blending into dark (yin) side to signify harmony and unity.
  • The Birth of the Empire Under the Qin Dynasty
  • MAP 4.4 The Qin Empire, 221–206 B.C.E.
  • China’s Great Wall, now built of brick, began as an earthen barrier under the First Emperor.
  • The Growth of the Empire Under the Han Dynasty
  • MAP 4.5 The Han Empire, 202 B.C.E. – 220 C.E.
  • Society, Technology, and the Silk Road
  • Model of a Han era house.
  • MAP 4.6 The Silk Road and Sea Trade, by First Century B.C.E.
  • Bactrian camel.
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch04 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 4 The Origins of the Chinese Empire, to 220 C.E. Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. The First Emperor’s Underground Army
    3. 3. Early Chinese Empire
    4. 4. The Origins of the Chinese Empire, to 220 C.E. A. China’s Geographic Diversity B. Early Chinese Societies C. State and Society During the Zhou Dynasty D. The Classical Age of Chinese Philosophy E. The Birth of the Empire Under the Qin Dynasty F. The Growth of the Empire Under the Han Dynast G. Society, Technology, and the Silk Road
    5. 5. China’s Geographic Diversity
    6. 6. China’s Geographic DiversityA. Geographic Diversity and Intercultural Connections
    7. 7. FOUNDATION MAP 4.1 China’s Geography and Environment, Third Millennium B.C.E.
    8. 8. Early Chinese Societies
    9. 9. Early Chinese SocietiesA. Predynastic China 1. Legendary past
    10. 10. The Yellow River.
    11. 11. Early Chinese SocietiesB. Xia and Shang Societies 1. Xia Dynasty 2. Bronze metallurgy 3. Shang rule 4. Shang society and religion
    12. 12. MAP 4.2 China’s Early Dynasties and Central Asian Connections, Second Millennium B.C.E.
    13. 13. Remains of early Chinese chariot, with bones of horses and driver.
    14. 14. Early Chinese SocietiesC. Chinese Writing
    15. 15. Shang oracle bone.
    16. 16. State and SocietyDuring the Zhou Dynasty
    17. 17. State and Society During the Zhou DynastyA. The Mandate of Heaven and Dynastic Cycle 1. The Triumph of the Zhou 2. Mandate of Heaven and political legitimacy 3. Rebellion and dynastic cycles
    18. 18. MAP 4.3 The Zhou Dynasty, 1122–256 B.C.E.
    19. 19. State and Society During the Zhou DynastyB. Conflict, Chaos, and Commerce 1. Decentralized government under the Zhou 2. Commerce keeps China connected
    20. 20. A metal bell from the Zhou era.
    21. 21. State and Society During the Zhou DynastyC. The Central Asian Connection 1. Central Asian nomads 2. Iron working
    22. 22. The Classical Age of Chinese Philosophy
    23. 23. The Classical Age of Chinese PhilosophyA. Confucianism: Noble-Minded Conduct and Familial Respect 1. Confucius 2. Confucianism as an ethical philosophy 3. The virtues: ren, li, and xiao 4. Confucianism’s impact on society and government
    24. 24. Confucius and his disciples.
    25. 25. The Classical Age of Chinese PhilosophyB. Daoism: The Way That Cannot Be Spoken 1. Harmony and passivityB. Yin and Yang: The Balance of Forces in Nature 1. Balance and harmony
    26. 26. Traditional yin-yang symbol, with light (yang) sideblending into dark (yin) side to signify harmony and unity.
    27. 27. The Classical Age of Chinese PhilosophyD. Legalism: Regulation, Coercion, and Control 1. Order and stability
    28. 28. The Birth of the EmpireUnder the Qin Dynasty
    29. 29. The Birth of the Empire Under the Qin DynastyA. The First Emperor 1. Centralization and standardization
    30. 30. MAP 4.4 The Qin Empire, 221–206 B.C.E.
    31. 31. The Birth of the Empire Under the Qin DynastyA. The First Emperor 2. Imperial monumentsA. The End of the Qin Dynasty
    32. 32. China’s Great Wall, now built of brick, began as an earthen barrier under the First Emperor.
    33. 33. The Growth of the Empire Under the Han Dynasty
    34. 34. The Growth of the Empire Under the Han DynastyA. The Early Han: Confucian Bureaucracy and Military Expansion 1. Philosophy and bureaucracy 2. Conquest and expansion
    35. 35. MAP 4.5 The Han Empire, 202 B.C.E. – 220 C.E.
    36. 36. The Growth of the Empire Under the Han DynastyB. Rebellion, Reform, and RuinC. The Later Han: Revival and Decline 1. The restoration of Han rule and stability 2. Economic upheaval, natural disasters, and civil war
    37. 37. Society, Technology, and the Silk Road
    38. 38. Society, Technology, and the Silk RoadA. Han Society 1. Based on farming and herding 2. Family and ancestors 3. Gender roles 4. Peasant life 5. Urban life
    39. 39. Model of a Han era house.
    40. 40. Society, Technology, and the Silk RoadB. Technical and Commercial Creativity 1. Cities centers of creativity, commerce, and craftsmanshipB. The Silk Road and the Sea Trade 1. Zhang Qian 2. Conquests and commerce 3. The Silk Road 4. Sea lanes
    41. 41. MAP 4.6 The Silk Road and Sea Trade, by First Century B.C.E.
    42. 42. Bactrian camel.
    43. 43. Key Dates and Developments

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