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AP World 600-1450 - Sui Tang Song - Fiorill

AP World 600-1450 - Sui Tang Song - Fiorill

Mark Fiorill

on 7 September 2017

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Transcript of AP World 600-1450 - Sui Tang Song - Fiorill

Sui Tang Song
100 Million People by 1100
Song Social Life
Military Expenditure = 80%
Song Dynasty
Footbinding starts during this period
Five Dynasties
Five Dynasties
Empress Wu 625-705 AD
Buddhism Spreads
Sui Dynasty

Xia (Hsia) Dynasty 2100-1600 BCE (Mythical)
Shang Dynasty 1600-1050 BCE
Zhou (Chou) Dynasty 1046-256 BCE
Warring States 475-221BCE
Qin 221-206BCE
Han Dynasty 206-220CE
Six Dynasties Period 220-589 CE
Sui 581-618CE
Tang 618-906CE
Five Dynasties 907-960CE
Song 960-1279CE
Yuan 1279-1368CE
Ming 1368-1644CE
Qing 1644-1912CE
Order of Dynasties
Sui Tang Song
Kublai Khan
stopped emphasizing military
"The three teachings are one!“
Confucianism - most important
Advancements Made
Tang Dynasty
unifies China
Buddhism ‘foreign’ and ‘barbaric’
Fought Confucian beliefs about women
Favors Buddhism
Porcelain - luxury good
Urbanization - waste removal, water supplying, fire fighting and pest control to curtail bubonic plague
Elite desire luxury goods
Han Collapse
political fragmentation
discredited Confucianism
accepting of Buddhism and Daoism
Tributary system
Zen Buddhism = mental discipline alone
Neo-Confucianism – Daoism, Buddhism and Confucian ideas
rural to urban migrations
"In Hangzhou, specialized markets abounded for meat, herbs, vegetables, books, rice, and much more, with troupes of actors performing for the crowds. Restaurants advertised their unique offerings - sweet bean soup, pickled dates, juicy lungs, meat pies, pigs feet. Inns of various kinds appealed to different groups. Those that served wine, a practice known as 'hitting the cup', were regarded as 'unfit for polite company'. 'Luxuriant inns' marked by red lanterns, featured prostitutes, and 'the wine chambers were equipped with beds'. Specialized agencies managed elaborate dinner parties for the wealthy, complete with a Perfume and Medicine Office to 'help sober up guests'. Schools for musicians offered thirteen different courses. Numerous clubs provided companionship for poets, fishermen, Buddhists, physical fitness enthusiasts, antique collectors and many more. Marco Polo described it as 'beyond dispute, the finest and noblest city in the world'."
Hangzhou = over million people
Mongol domino effect
Hired Northern tribes
An Lushan - led rebellion
Uighers - restored order
Tang - tribute
Completes the Grand Canal
- Massive economic and population growth occurs as a result of this canal. Why? Using the map and your own knowledge, list at least 3 possible reasons.
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