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    1/8/13 Global Essay Period 7 The Han Emperor Wudi accomplished many things and his life was important to China’s history for many reasons. Wudi did many things to improve China’s civilization itself. He ruled from 141-87 B.C. Wudi was the sixth emperor of the Han Dynasty. He became emperor when he was 16. He was a very fierce ruler. Wudi lived from 156-87 B.C. In that length of time that he was alive‚ Wudi did many things. Wudi had many accomplishments. He used his army to expand

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    Classical Comparison Essay During the Ancient times‚ China and India both had their own set of beliefs; Han Wudi excerised Confucianism in China and Ashoka promoted Buddhism in India but Han Wudi was not a lover of Confucian where Ashoka himself practiced Buddhism. However both ruled with a centralized bureaucracy and policed the provinces to maintain order and policies. And lastly‚ neither had strict policies constricting their people nor did they have much of a justified social structure. Every

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    civil war that followed the death of Qin Shihuangdi in 210 B.C.‚ China was reunited under the rule of the Han dynasty‚ which is divided into two major periods: the Western or Former Han (206 B.C.–9 A.D.) and the Eastern or Later Han (25–220 A.D.). The boundaries established by the Qin and maintained by the Han have more or less defined the nation of China up to the present day. The Western Han capital‚ Chang’an in present-day Shaanxi Province—a monumental urban center laid out on a north-south axis

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    then concludes that “the most successful ancient empires were able to maintain hegemony over conquered peoples with little or no thought to anything besides military power.” However‚ a successful emperor‚ such as Alexander the Great‚ Ashoka‚ and Han Wudi‚ did not gain the political control of the conquered regions through military force‚ but adopted more complicated and efficient methods such as controlling or eliciting peoples’s thoughts through education‚ making strict laws and assimilation—adapting

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    The Qin and Han Dynasty Around the time of 221 B.C – A.D. 220‚ China had two dynasties that made many important contributions to the country. They were one of the first dynasties in Chinese history. These dynasties were three Han dynasty and the Qin dynasty. They had many similarities and differences during their ruling periods. Qin Shihuangdi founded the Qin Dynasty in 221 B.C. The dynasty’s rule was based on Legalism. It strengthened central government and unified China. Qin created a currency

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    another tool to help you get started studying. The following concepts may or may not be seen on the exam and there may be concepts on the exam that are not covered on this sheet. Han Dynasty (206BCE-220BCE) * Western Han 206 BCE - 9 CE * –Wang Mang Inter-Regum 9-23 CE * ‘Xin Dynasty’ * Eastern Han CE 25 - 220 * “Three Kingdoms” 1. Shu (221-263) 2. Wu (222-280) 3. Wei (220-265) Revolt Against Qin * 208 BCE: Chen She * –Conscripts into

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    Han and Rome The Han China and Roman empires were similar and different in many ways. The Rome and Han had multiple characteristics in common such as a (s1) patriarchal society‚ in which women were inferior to men‚ (s2) upper level social classes‚ and (s3) both containing a large gap between the rich and poor. However‚ these dynasties also contrasted in many areas. For example‚ the (d1) Romans had many slaves‚ which were used for agriculture and business production‚ while the Han did not. These

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    “The Qin and Han Dynasties” The Qin and Han dynasties were both a very crucial part of our classical history; the empires had the same ultimate goal of prosperity and success although they had had entirely different ways of achieving this. The Qin and Han dynasties contributed to the unification of China but by absolute diverse tactics; the Qin Empire was also ruled by a dictator who was for legalism while the Han Empire was ruled by an emperor who supported Confucianism. To begin with‚ both

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    and the Han Empire’s fell. The Roman Empire had 2 centuries of Pax Romana (Peace in Rome) that ended with the death of Marcus Aurelius and started the decline and fall of the empire. In the Han Empire Liu Bang ruled the Empire very peacefully and restores unity to China‚ Bang established a centralized government‚ lowered taxes and softened punishments. Following Bang’s death Wudi ruled the Han empire and was known as the Martial Emperor because he wanted to expand China through wars‚ both Wudi and Bang

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    The Han economy was defined by significant population growth‚ increasing urbanization‚ unprecedented growth of industry and trade‚ and government experimentation with nationalization. In this era‚ the levels of minting and circulation of coin currency grew significantly‚ forming the foundation of a stable monetary system. The Silk Road facilitated the establishment of trade and tributary exchanges with foreign countries across Eurasia‚ many of which were previously unknown to the people of ancient

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    though miles apart‚ both Imperial Rome and Han China had parallels and differences in methods of political control. The two civilizations both used the aspects of religion and belief systems to attain political influence over their subjects‚ but had differing methods to reach this goal. Standardization and cultural unity was a key factor in both civilizations regarding political control‚ as was expansion and growth of trade. The systems of belief of both Han China and Imperial Rome were quite different

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    Carmen Ma The Han Dynasty lasted over 400 years from 206 B.C.E. to 220 C.E. China enjoyed a true Golden Age under the Han. Throughout its years‚ Han has made achievements in warfare‚ government‚ agriculture‚ industry‚ art‚ medicine‚ and science. These achievements have soon led something positive that changed the lives of many for the better. The Golden Age provided China long stability and wealth. Under the Han Empire‚ China expanded its union vastly. Many achievements have been made that led

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    music is timeless and will be always beloved and popular‚ but we shouldn’t forget that nowadays we have people‚ who are also very talented and whose works arouse deep and complex emotions. So‚ today I want to tell you about Hans Zimmer‚ German composer and modern genius. Hans Florian Zimmer (born September 12‚ 1957) is a German film composer and music producer. For nearly three decades Zimmer has composed music for over 100 films including some critically acclaimed film scores‚ such as The Lion

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    The Han dynasty ruled China from 206 BC to AD 220‚ more than 400 years. The dynasty would provide a model for later Chinese dynasties. In fact‚ the Han dynasty’s influence on Chinese civilization was so great that‚ to this day‚ the main population of China still calls itself the Han people. When Shi Huangdi died in 210 BC‚ the Qin dynasty crumbled in rebellion. Liu Bang‚ a peasant leader‚ founded the Han dynasty‚ one of the greatest dynasties in Chinese history. China’s Han period was a time of

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    Later Han and Its Aftermath Later Han’s capital is Luoyang. China returned to a strong central government and a laissez-faire (businesses operate without government interference). China expanded into inner Asia with more lenient government policies toward merchants which facilitated the camel caravans that carried Chinese silk across the Tarim basin and ultimately‚ to merchants in Iran‚ Palestine‚ and Rome. After 88 CE the emperors of the later Han were ineffectual and short lived. China was

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    Liguang’s soldiers abided his orders because he was a genuine man who shared his rewards and cared for his soldiers. Xiongnu remained determined to maintain their culture‚ when a Han envoy remarked scornfully that the Xiongnu custom showed no respect for the aged‚ Zhonghang Yue replied twisting the Han values and accused Han of doing the same. Moreover‚ Zhonhang Yue also defended the trend of "incest" by stating that it was the only way to expand the Xiongnu

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    Born: September 30‚ 1882 Neustadt an-der-Haardt‚ Germany Died: September 24‚ 1945 Potsdam‚ Germany German experimental physicist Hans Geiger was a German nuclear physicist (a person who studies the inner core of the atom) best known for his invention of the Geiger counter‚ a device used for detecting and counting atomic particles‚ and for his work in nuclear physics with Ernest Rutherford (1871–1937). Early life Johannes Wilhelm Geiger was born in Neustadt an-der-Haardt (now Neustadt ander-Weinstrasse)

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    The Daoism and the Confucianism in Han Dynasty Yang Yu History 135: Imperial Chinese History Professor: Robert J. Culp Paper I March 4th‚ 2011 The Daoism and the Confucianism in Han Dynasty As the dominant philosophical school for around two thousand years in Chinese imperial history‚ Confucianism is always regarded as the most representative ideology of China‚ associated with numerous books‚ poems‚ artworks and stories that glorify Confucianism’s permeation into every corner of Chinese

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    The Han Dynasty attitude towards technology is positive and negative feelings towards society even though Rome expressed the same feelings. These 8 documents can help prove and provide evidence for my thesis. In (doc 1) and (doc 4) explain how the Han Dynasty used water for positive things. In (doc 2) and (doc 3) explain the negative perceptions‚ which are how tools of the first century B.C.E were good enough to use but were neutrally valued‚ but overtime the quality of the item decreased.

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    Han China Tourist Journal Last year I had quite an adventure. I wanted to visit Han China but I couldn’t because the Han Dynasty was overthrown nearly 2000 years ago‚ in the year 220 CE. My solution was to build a time machine. I would tell you how I built it‚ but I won’t since you might use it to kill your grandfather and mess up reality. Anyways‚ I went back to the year 100 BCE during the reign of Han Wudi. I went back to this year because under Han Wudi the Han dynasty reached its peak‚ and

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