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Anciet C

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Jacob Layton

on 11 March 2016

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Transcript of Anciet C

Han Dynasty
The Han dynasty was one of the most important dynastys in ancient china
They invented
hot air balloon
Han Dynasty Inventions
hot air balloon
Interesting Facts
The Han Dynasty ran for over 400 years, from 206 BC to 220 AD.
One of the most important inventions was paper. Paper allowed the government to easily keep records and pass on instructions throughout the empire.
The biggest products in the Han economy were iron, salt, copper work, and silk.
The name of the first Han emperor, Gaozu, means "high ancestor." He named his palace Lasting Joy.
The last ruler of Ancient China, Puyi, was only three years old when he became the ruler.
The first ruler of Ancient china was Qin Shi Shuang.

Hot Air Balloon
Invented in 150 B.C.
The Wheelbarrow
Invented around 200 B.C.E.
The Compass
Ancient China
By: Jacob Layton and Brandon Hird

Other inventions include
Paper was invented in 100 B.C.
Visual effects and slide creation: Jacob Layton
Information and videos: mostly Brandon Hird
presentation possible by: prezi.com
Invented in 132 A.D.
A seismograph is an instrument for measuring seismic waves. They are held in a very solid position, either on the bedrock or on a concrete base. The seismometer itself consists of a frame and a mass that can move relative to it.
The compass was invented in 206 B.C.
The compass was mostly made from ironoxide a mineral ore also known as lodestone and magneta.
The compass requires magnetism in order for it to work.
On our worksheet we included a modern version of the compass in one of the questions.
Iron Techonology
Glazed Pottery
Ships rudder
Drawloom weaving
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