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Xia Dynasty (2070BC-1600BC)

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Transcript of Xia Dynasty (2070BC-1600BC)

Source 2 - Turquoise stuff?
Turquoise and Bronze animal faces found in tombs.
What is it?
Source 1 - Bronze Wine Vessel
This is a bronze drinking vessel, probably used for wine, it used to be engraved with some cool design . Now it gives you +2 to cancer risk.
What is it?
Freya typed this.
Where?
Well, same deal with the bronze, impressive, workmanship, but turquoise wasn't anywhere to be found around Erlitou, they must've traded.
So What?
The Xia dynasty had bronze, and they weren't afraid to use it.
What does it tell Historians about Xia Culture?
What?
Xia Dynasty (2070BC-1600BC)
Sources
Xia Dynasty Background
What's the Deal?
Who are they?
When and where were they?
When?
Around 2100 - 1600 years BC
Where?
The Henan and Shaanxi provinces of Modern China
Near the Yangzte and Yellow River
Bamboo Annals
Can we trust the Xia Dynasty? Probably.
Does that mean we know much about it?

296ish BC
Who was around before them?
Farmers
Tribes
Primitives
Stone Tools
Nomads
Houses
No Classes
Good Leaders
Asians
River Dwellers
Rice eaters
No Education
Pragmatics
Live of the Land
Little Culture
Ceramics
The Erlitou Excavation
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[2]
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Chinese Culture
Today
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