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  1. Everybody Else

  2. China

  3. Chinese Dynasties • Shang Dynasty • 1750-1045 B.C.E.

  4. Zhou Dynasty • 1045 – 256 B.C.E • Mandate of Heaven

  5. Qin Dynasty • Qin Shihuangdi • Great unifier • Great Wall of China • Collapse after his death

  6. Han Dynasty • 202 B.C.E. – 220 C.E. • Expanded Empire • Followed Confucian thought

  7. Confucianism • K’ung Fu Tze (born 583 B.C.E.) • Focus on creating social harmony • Way to do this is emphasis on duty and knowing one’s place in the social order

  8. Confucian Concepts • Filial Piety = Respect for elders • Five relationships: • Monarch and subject • Parent and child • Husband and wife • Elder and younger sibling • Friend to friend

  9. Confucian Concepts • Humanity • Rulers should act with humanity and morality • Those who do not are not fit to rule • Meritocracy • Those who exhibit great moral merit should govern • Examination system

  10. Other Dynasties • Sui Dynasty: 581- 618 • Tang Dynasty: 618 – 907 • Song Dynasty: 960 – 1279 • Yuan Dynasty: 1279 – 1368 • Ming Dynasty: 1368 – 1644 • Qing Dynasty: 1644 – 1912

  11. Japan

  12. Japanese Emperor • First Emperor was Jimmu in 660 B.C.E. • Shotoku Taishi (600ish C.E.) • Prince who effectively unified Japan • Organized government and society on Confucian and Buddhist ideals • Eventually power passed from emperor to strong warlords

  13. Shogun • Emperor eventually gave authority to a military leader, called a shogun • Shogun ruled in the emperor’s name • Eventually shogun position became a figurehead as well

  14. Unification • By 1550, Japan was starting to fall apart • Reunified under three leaders

  15. Oda Nobunaga

  16. Toyotomi Hideyoshi

  17. Tokugawa Ieyasu

  18. Tokugawa Shogunate • Ruled from 1603 – 1848

  19. Bibliography • Slide 3: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kjolly/151/images/Shng-ora.jpg • Slide 4: http://img.tripatlas.com:8080/media/images/Western_Zhou_Gui_Vessel.jpg • Slide 5: http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/~phalsall/images/1stemp2.jpg • Slide 6: http://www.terracotta-warriors.com/images/uploads/terra-cotta-army-pictures/terracotta-warriors-065.jpg • Slide 7: http://keralaarticles.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/terracotta-warriors-china.jpg • Slide 8: http://www.nikerchina.com/english/chinaculture/art/Acrobatics/Han-Dynasty_clip_image001_0000.jpg • Slide 9: http://bp1.blogger.com/_ThYVE81yCAo/R-LIjS3QZOI/AAAAAAAAAYM/Abbd2XqZv7k/s1600-h/confucius2.jpg • Slide 13: http://www.chinahighlights.com/map/ancient-china-map/shang-dynasty-map.htm • Slide 14: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/eastern-zhou-dynasty-map1.gif • Slide 15: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/qin-dynasty-map1.gif • Slide 16: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/han-dynasty-map2.gif • Slide 17: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/sui-dynasty-map1.gif • Slide 18: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/tang-dynasty-map1.gif • Slide 19: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/map-yuan-dynasty-full.gif • Slide 20: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/ming-dynasty-map1.gif • Slide 21: http://www.chinahighlights.com/image/map/ancient/qing-dynasty-map1.gif • Slide 23: http://static.newworldencyclopedia.org/thumb/d/d4/Umayado_Miko.jpg/200px-Umayado_Miko.jpg • Slide 25: http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~chgis/japan/images/japan_1564_1573.gif • Slide 26: http://www.samurai-archives.com/image/nobunaga.jpg • Slide 27: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/7f/Toyotomi_hideyoshi.jpg/250px-Toyotomi_hideyoshi.jpg • Slide 28: http://nenpyou.gusoku.net/tokugawaieyasu/Tokugawa_Ieyasu.jpg • Slide 29: http://www.liveworldtours.com/tokyo/TokyoImperialPalaceBuilding.jpg