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  • Imperial China

    1. 1. Imperial China
    2. 2. A Lasting Model of Government Ch’in Dynasty 221 BCE
    3. 3. 221 BCE Ch’in DynastyRuled only for 15 years but they were able to unify China
    4. 4. They were able to stop barbaric invasions Great Wall of China Ch’in Dynasty
    5. 5. Lasting Model of GovernmentThe Ch’in Established strong central control Ch’in Dynasty
    6. 6. Lasting Model of GovernmentThe Ch’in Established strong central controlHow Bow Wow? Ch’in Dynasty
    7. 7. Lasting Model of GovernmentThe Ch’in Established strong central controlHow Bow Wow?Adopted Legalism Ch’in Dynasty
    8. 8. Lasting Model of GovernmentThe Ch’in Established strong central controlAdopted Legalism Ch’in Dynasty
    9. 9. Lasting Model of GovernmentThe Ch’in Established strong central controlAdopted Legalism How? Ch’in Dynasty
    10. 10. Lasting Model of GovernmentThe Ch’in Established strong central controlAdopted Legalism How? Used Reward and Punishment Ch’in Dynasty
    11. 11. Adopted Legalism Used Reward and PunishmentThey Burned books that held ideas opposed to legalist principles;They weakened the Local lords by taking away their lands; How did they do that? Ch’in Dynasty
    12. 12. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; Ch’in
    13. 13. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; By changing the inheritance law Ch’in
    14. 14. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; By changing the inheritance law Ch’in
    15. 15. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; By changing the inheritance law Ch’in
    16. 16. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; By changing the inheritance law Ch’in
    17. 17. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; By changing the inheritance law Ch’in
    18. 18. They weakened the Local lords by taking away their land; By changing the inheritance law Ch’in
    19. 19. Lasting Model of GovernmentDivided their country into provinces each administered by Governor-General Ch’in Dynasty
    20. 20. Lasting Model of GovernmentDivided their country into provinces each administered by Governor-GeneralLearned to ride horses Ch’in Dynasty
    21. 21. Lasting Model of GovernmentDivided their country into provinces each administered by Governor-GeneralLearned to ride horsesSystem of road tied the country together Ch’in Dynasty
    22. 22. Lasting Model of GovernmentDivided their country into provinces each administered by Governor-GeneralLearned to ride horsesSystem of road tied the country togetherStandardized measurements and coins Ch’in Dynasty
    23. 23. Shih Huang Ti
    24. 24. Shih Huang Ti Terra Cota Soldiers Ch’in Dynasty
    25. 25. Downside Tyrrany and TerrorCh’in Dynasty
    26. 26. Han DynastyLaw and Order Liu Pang First proclamation done to calm the people from the dictatorship
    27. 27. Liu PangHe was a capable administrator as he was a warriorHan Dynasty
    28. 28. Liu PangHe was a capable administrator as he was a warriorMonopolized Salt and IronHan Dynasty
    29. 29. Liu PangHe was a capable administrator as he was a warriorMonopolized Salt and IronControlled the Land LordsHan Dynasty
    30. 30. Liu PangHe was a capable administrator as he was a warriorMonopolized Salt and IronControlled the Land Lords How Bow Wow?Han Dynasty
    31. 31. Liu Pang
    32. 32. Liu PangControlled the Land Lords
    33. 33. Liu PangControlled the Land Lords
    34. 34. Han DynastyGovernment encourage population growth
    35. 35. New Ruling ClassScholar-Officials Han Dynasty
    36. 36. New Ruling ClassScholar-OfficialsStudy Confucianism Han Dynasty
    37. 37. New Ruling ClassScholar-OfficialsStudy ConfucianismTake the Civil Service Exam Han Dynasty
    38. 38. New Ruling Class Scholar-Officials Study Confucianism Take the Civil Service Exam By selecting onlyscholars who passed the examinations as officials Han Dynasty
    39. 39. New Ruling Class Scholar-Officials Study Confucianism Take the Civil Service Exam By selecting onlyscholars who passed the examinations as officials Han Dynasty
    40. 40. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor)Han Dynasty
    41. 41. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor)Han Dynasty
    42. 42. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor) AristocratHan Dynasty
    43. 43. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor) AristocratHan Dynasty
    44. 44. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor) Aristocrat ScholarsHan Dynasty
    45. 45. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor)
    46. 46. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor)
    47. 47. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor) Aristocrat
    48. 48. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor) Aristocrat
    49. 49. Wu-Ti (Han 2nd Great Emperor) Scholars Aristocrat
    50. 50. Han ExpansionHan Dynasty Roman Empire Considered equal to Chinese Civilization
    51. 51. Han ExpansionHan Dynasty Roman Empire Considered equal to Chinese Civilization
    52. 52. 2nd Century A.D. Han Dynasty Han Dynasty
    53. 53. 2nd Century A.D. Han DynastyWho Created disorder? Han Dynasty
    54. 54. 2nd Century A.D. Han DynastyWho Created disorder? Han Dynasty
    55. 55. 2nd Century A.D. Han DynastyWho Created disorder? Aristorat Han Dynasty
    56. 56. Han Dynasty Chaos/Disorder Emergence
    57. 57. Han Dynasty Chaos/Disorder Emergence
    58. 58. Han Dynasty Chaos/Disorder Emergence
    59. 59. Han Dynasty Chaos/Disorder Emergence Buddhism
    60. 60. Han Dynasty Chaos/Disorder Emergence Buddhism From India-1st Century AD
    61. 61. Sui Dynasty Yang Ti : 2nd Emperor of Sui DynastyBuilt Imperial Canal Connecting Yangtze to Huang Ho
    62. 62. What led to the downfall of Sui Dynasty? Taxes Sui Dynasty
    63. 63. Tang Dynasty Rise of the Gentry Government officialScholars Aristocrat Landowners
    64. 64. Tang DynastyLi Yuan and his son, Li Shih-min - Quickly captured the throne.
    65. 65. Tang DynastyLi Yuan and his son, Li Shih-min - Quickly captured the throne.Li Yuan established the Tang Dynasty
    66. 66. Tang DynastyLi Yuan and his son, Li Shih-min - Quickly captured the throne.Li Yuan established the Tang Dynasty
    67. 67. Li Shih-Min ( T’ai-Tsung) Rare Combination of Warrior, Scholar and Administrator “An emperor collecting too heavy taxes is like a man eating his own flesh.”
    68. 68. Li Shih-Min ( T’ai-Tsung) Tang DynastyControlled the Landlord
    69. 69. Li Shih-Min ( T’ai-Tsung) Tang DynastyControlled the LandlordThey deprived the landlord of land and income by giving land to peasants
    70. 70. Li Shih-Min ( T’ai-Tsung) Tang DynastyControlled the LandlordThey deprived the landlord of land and income by giving land to peasants On the other hand, it made the landlord hostile to the emperor.
    71. 71. Reformed Civil Service Exam Tang Dynasty
    72. 72. Reformed Civil Service Exam Tang DynastyUnder the Han Dynasty, Aristocrats did the recommendations, often they nominated their own sons and close relatives
    73. 73. Reformed Civil Service Exam Tang DynastyUnder the Han Dynasty, Aristocrats did the recommendations, often they nominated their own sons and close relatives T’ai-tsung created National Colleges
    74. 74. Education in ChinaIs not hereditary or religion, became the most important qualification for government service.
    75. 75. Wu-Hou
    76. 76. Wu-HouDaughter-in-law of T’ai-tsung
    77. 77. Wu-HouDaughter-in-law of T’ai-tsungChina’s only woman emperor
    78. 78. Wu-HouDaughter-in-law of T’ai-tsungChina’s only woman emperorHer armies regained much of the land lost by the previous emperors...
    79. 79. Wu-HouDaughter-in-law of T’ai-tsungChina’s only woman emperorHer armies regained much of the land lost by the previous emperors...Ruled China for 15 years in spitelacking the approval of the court ministers
    80. 80. Rise of the GentryGovernment officials - Tang Dynasty Their power increased
    81. 81. Rise of the GentryGovernment officials - Tang Dynasty Their power increased How Bow Wow?
    82. 82. Rise of the GentryGovernment officials - Tang Dynasty Their power increased How Bow Wow? because their responsibilities increased
    83. 83. GentryGovernment officials - Tang Dynasty Because of the high statusthey performed no physical labor
    84. 84. GentryGovernment officials - Tang Dynasty Because of the high statusthey performed no physical laborThey developed a leisurely, but expensive lifestyle
    85. 85. GentryGovernment officials - Tang Dynasty Because of the high statusthey performed no physical laborThey developed a leisurely, but expensive lifestyle They became corruptto sustain their lifestyle by taking lands, etc.
    86. 86. Failure of the Civil Service In practice, the civil service exam system did not completely fulfill its promise.
    87. 87. Tang ClothingCrane: Sysmbol of Happiness
    88. 88. Memorization The content of the examination is confinedin memorizing the dieas of great Chinese thinkers...Questions about science and math did not appear in the examination...never developed scientific technology... Never able to compete against the west (Technology)
    89. 89. Chung-Kuo “Middle Kingdom” This belief made the study of other culture seem worthlessExcept for the Han and Tang DynastiesIdeas, as well as people traveled freely Contact with Muslim India encouragedadvances in Astronomy and mathematics
    90. 90. Taoism Arts
    91. 91. Sung DynastyFled Southward in 1127 AD- threatened by the nomadic tribes from the north.
    92. 92. Painful symbol of StatusUpper class men displayed their status by showing that women were totally dependent on them
    93. 93. Painful symbol of StatusUpper class men displayed their status by showing that women were totally dependent on them
    94. 94. Painful symbol of StatusUpper class men displayed their status by showing that women were totally dependent on them Practice of Foot-binding
    95. 95. foot-binding
    96. 96. XenophobiaFear and hatred of strangersXenophobes argues that looking inwardwas the only way China could survive.
    97. 97. Yuan Dynasty 1209 Invaded by the Mongols Genghis Khan For the first time, China’s long and brilliant history foreign people ruled the land...
    98. 98. Yuan Dynasty - Mongol Kublai Khan Established the Yuan Dynasty Came into contact with Europe
    99. 99. Marco PoloVenice - ItalySilk road
    100. 100. Ming Dynasty Last Chinese Dynasty 1368 AD Returned to Sung Dynasty’s Isolation. Less creative society for they thought everything is already in China...
    101. 101. Manchu Dynasty 2nd Foreign Dynasty Manchuria Enacted a law to segregate Manchus from Chinese
    102. 102. Queue Manchu Dynasty Chinese male were forced to wear a braid as a sign of loyalty and subservience

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