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Ancient China (Unit 5)

There are 48 questions in this game. You%27ll need to play several times before you see all of the questions. If you can score 100%25 four times in a row - you will probably do very well on your test.

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Military leaders who commanded their own armies (Shang Dynasty), Nobles whose wealth came from the land they owned, Needed little training, fight on horseback, force %26 accuracy active teaching , Built with stone, sand %26 rubble to protect northern China, opened up new farmland which then increased the population, Vast, cold, rocky desert to the North of China; borders Mongolia, single currency, bult roads, built a a canal, built the Great Wall, Long, difficult tests to qualify for Han bureaucracy, Reason that scholars hated Qin%27s rule, Tea, Spices, Porcelain, %26 (of course) Silk!, Trip was expensive-taxes, difficult, %26 very dangerous learning , Led the rebellion against the Shang %26 started Zhou Dynasty, Stated that children MUST respect elders and parents, Legalist ruler who created a strong central government, What Chinese people could do to a dishonest or evil king, Philosophy used by Han rulers (only the qualified should rule), Metal used by Shang to create sculptures, vases, urns, etc., Helped ancient Chinese deal with stress and fear of war, Characters that stand for objects in Chinese writing, They were too involved with money - not with land, Home to ancient China%27s first civilization; %22China%27s Sorrow%22, Beginning of Chinese Writing (ask a question %26 heat for answer), Shopkeepers, Traders, and Bankers, Worshipped by ancient Chinese - evidence of polytheism, Oldest male in the household - usually father, live on land owned by someone else %26 pay rent in crops, Almost 200 years of chaos %26 war between battling Chinese states, peasant turned military leader who started Han Dynasty, Allowed soldiers to fight on horseback in heavy armor invite students , Appointed official who is responsible for an area of gov%27t, Waterwheels, iron drill bits, steel, paper, %26 acupuncture, a line of rulers from the same family, Average farm size was 1 acre - too little land to feed family, Teach, be an official%27s assistant, live off of your family, Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism, Nomads from Gobi who fought on horseback %26 raided China, landowning aristocrats, farmers, %26 then merchants, Found no allies - Did discover Silk Road %26 a supply of horses crossword maker , Allowed Chinese to sail south INTO the wind (expanded trade), 4,000 mile long network of trade routes from China to SW Asia, Formal order stating kings rule because they are chosen by gods, wanted only qualified people working for China%27s gov%27t, People lost confidence in weak, corrupt rulers (Civil War), Family and Community, History, Law, %26 the Teachings of Confucius, Ancient China%27s first great thinker %26 teacher - emphasized duty, Practice of inserting thin needles into the skin to ease pain, They could afford time to study %26 tutors,