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The Golden Age of China: The Tang and Song Dynasties

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Transcript of The Golden Age of China: The Tang and Song Dynasties

600

Tang Dynasty - June 18
Signifcant developments in art, literature,poetry, and technology.
Buddhism was predominant in the area.

618
had a strong centralized bureaucracy with efficient policies
Tang Kao tsu (Li Yuan) is emperor of the tang dynasty (Until 626)
Is best known for the development of many forms-painting,sculpture,calligraphy, music, dance and literature.
Guqin
shi
Technology of Tang Dynasty
during the time of the tang dynasty, many advancements in chinese science and technology developed.
cartography
wooden automatons
woodblock printing
Art, literature, and philosophy of the Tang Dynasty
there are over 48,900 poems that have survived
Golden Age of China: The Tang and Song Dynasties
In Conclusion
the Tang dynasty is considered part of the "GOlden age of China" because of its achievements through technology and literature.
Golden age- denotes a period of primordial peace, harmony, stability, and prosperity

907
The Silk Road: Trade and spread of culture
626
900
The tang gained many new technologies, cultural practices,etc.
The chinese adopted many foreign concepts.

The second son of Li Yuan
bold and powerful ruler good at both military strategy and Chinese calligraphy
His reign was called the Zhenguan Reign, which started the glorious period of Tang.
During the time of the pax sinica, the silk road also reached its golden age.
there was contact in india as a hub for buddhist knowledge.
The silk road also had an impact on tang dynasty art. horses become a symbol of prosperity and power.
Tang Taizong
Li Shimina
960
Li Bai
du fu
the Tang era was considered the greatest age for chinese poetry
650
700
712

Glorious Inventions
Typography
Printing
papermaking
compass
gunpowder
Grenades
Bombs
founded by Song Taizu (Zhao Kuangyin)
The Song Dynasty
Along with Four Great inventions
There were the Four Great Books of Song
Ironically found to be more unified than most european countries at the time

THeir rival was the khitans of tartar

The song dynasty led to many advances in technology through the astounding amount of scholars they had
Technology
we better get a hunnet
patrick and andre did most of the work cough cough
had four political systems
administration
official
legal
imperial examination
NEo-confucianism
taoism
drama/fiction
cuisine
gardening
art
Culture of the Song Dynasty
Tang Gaozong
TANG DYNASTY ENDS
Song Dynasty Ends
Tang Xuanzong

649-683
His wife, Empress Wu was very powerful
continued territorial gains (into Korea)
made Korea a vassal state in 668
after this conquest he was weak
peasants received land under his reign,and agriculture increased
reestablished social structure
government established workshops that produced coins
increased work on irrigation
Li Zhi
Li Longji
712-756
He is also known as emperor ming of tang
Son of Ruizong
His Reign was the longest and was known as the heyday kaiyuan because of the unprecedented prosperirty
1279
the younger brother of zhao kuangyin, Song Taizong (Zhao Guangyin), deafeated the northern han which, unified the whole country of china
Song Dynasty: the Golden Age in China
1st government to issue true paper money
1st chinese government to establish permanent standing navy
created gun powder which was a breakthrough in technology
expanded rice cultivation
government gradually stopped heavily regulating the market economy
social life was vibrant: festivals, clubs and entertainment quarters
woodblock printing and movable type printing encouraged the spread of literature
960-1275
jade
by Patrick Le, Andre Hou , and Kara Bramhall
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