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Han Dynasty and Mauryan/Gupta Empire

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Comparing Classical Empires Han Dynasty Artifacts Han and Mauryan/Gupta
Artifacts Mauryan/ Gupta Empire
Artifacts By: Anita Basavaraju, Summer Crawford, Jena Seidenmann, Jean Choi Welcome to The Rohloffian Museum!
We are excited to present to you our new exhibit. In which we feature artifacts found from the Han Dynasty and the Mauryan/Guptan Empire. History of the Han Dynasty History of the Mauryan & Gupta Empire Mauryan Empire

- 321 BCE-185BCE
- Candra Gupta started it, He established himself as India's most powerful ruler during the classical period.
-moved steadily to institute a formal bureaucracy.
-compromised of 4 general regions headed by one viceroy, broken into smaller provinces led by a governor and then into districts and finally villages.
- highly centralized bureaucracy was the model government.
- Candra Gupta steadily enlarged the army to maintain that order.
-kings were center of administraion.
-seized control of small, remote regions of Magadha and then worked his way gradually toward the center. Citations
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- Divided into province
o Viceroys appointed from royal family
o Provinces divided into districts
§ Administrative centre
§ Less central control
§ Free to make most decisions in area
- Cast systems in Political Control
o Brahmins – tax free lands
- Government
o Kings were center of admin
o More importance to local admin and less of central gov Yin Yang Neckalace
210 BCE
Symbol of Equality
Confucianism Books
220 BCE
Han Dynasty
importance of knowedge
Loom
Silk Trade
200 CE Crown
206 BCE
Han Emperor
central government
importance Spear
400 CE
Gupta Empire Swastika
325 CE
Carved Rock
Hinduism Temple
Udipi, India
Caste System Coins
standardized currency Gupta Empire Map
370 BCE
Separate Provinces/ States Sugar Bag
bag which sugar was transported in Wheel Barrow
new inventions
115 CE Bow and Arrow
500 BCE
symbol of Huns
Huns invade Han Dynasty and Gupta
Empire Han Info:
-206 BCE- 9 BC
-Confucius teachings stressed on people
-centralized bureaucracy - less officials at the top and more at the bottom
-Wheelbarrow and plow inventions
-Salt and Silk industry
-Fragmented states headed by princes
-emperor head of all
-Education and discovery was encouraged
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