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6B-Asia-Faith Jazmin and Connor
Transcript of 6B-Asia-Faith Jazmin and Connor
Hart, Diane. Ancient Civilizations. Prentice Hall Boston
The First Emperor tried to control Chinese thought by adopting a policy of Censorship. Debate about the government was banned. Also people weren't aloud to praise past rulers or Criticize a present one. The emperor had 460 scholars executed for criticizing his Policies.
The First Emperor
By: Jazmin, Faith, Connor
Locate and describe the origins of the Chinese civilization in the Huang-He valley during the Shang Dynasty.
Bowden, Hugh. Ancient Civilizations.
Harpper Collins Publisher, New York 2002
The Shang Dynasty
Around 1050 B.C., a group invaders attacked the Shang kingdom. They overthrew the last ruler and established a new Dynasty. The last ruler was very cruel. His name was King Di, xin. When he raised taxes he used the money to throw party's. When the invaders which is the Zhou attacked them, the last kings ruler's warrior's surrenderd to the new king Wen.
What was the last king's name of the Shang kingdom?
King Di, xin.
How many scholars did the first emporer have exucuted?
The emperor had 460 scholars.
Where is Haung-He's Location
The Haung-He is located by the Eastern Zhou Capital.
The Haung-He is located by the Eastern Zhou Capital. The Haung-He is surrounded by Zhou Dynasty area. The Haung-He is also located by China.