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Ancient China finished
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FUN FACTS Zhou dynasty (1046-256 BC)
The Zhou dynasty was the longest
lasting dynasty in Chinese history Shang dynasty ( c. 1700-1046 BC)
This dynasty featured 31 kings
from Kang of Shang to king Zhou
of shang Qin dynasty (221-206 BC)
First imperial dynasty of
Ancient China, most brutal Ancient chinese and mummification (Not only Egyptians mummified their dead) Ancient chinese also believed in a proper
burial for the emperors, so the chinese
preserved them in jade and left the
organs, stomach, brains, but they took
everything else out. The chinese believed
that jade would preserve the bodies and
ward off evil spirits. BY: OWEN DEVINE & JULIAN HELMEL THE GOBI DESERT The Gobi is a cold desert, with frost and occasionally snow occurring on its dunes. Besides being quite far north, it is also located on a plateau roughly 910–1,520 metres above sea level, which contributes to its low temperatures. An average of approximately 194 millimetres (7.6 in) of rain falls annually in the Gobi.The Gobi is a large desert region in Asia. It covers parts of northern and northwestern China, and of southern Mongolia. LA NOURRITURE La nourriture est beacoup de les légumes et viande. Les poissions et un délicatesse pour
les riches. Legumes est pour les pauvre's.
Les Chinese utileser beacoup de épices pour
la saveur. Terra Cotta A.K.A
CLAY ARMY Poetry & Art L'agriculture
Est une grosse The ancient Chinese invented many things including paper, silk, matches, wheelbarrows, gunpowder, the decimal system, the waterwheel, the sundial, astronomy, porcelain china, lacquer paint, pottery wheel, fireworks, paper money, compass, tangrams, seismograph, medicines, dominoes, jump rope, kites, tea ceremonies, folding umbrella, ink, calligraphy, animal harness, playing cards, printing, abacus, wallpaper, the crossbow, ice cream, and tons more! Ice products started being sold openly from the Tang Dynasty. A story tells of an ice seller who hoarded ice as a rare merchandise and intentionally raised the price. The customers were so angry that they all walked away. Shortly after, all of his ice melted. In late Tang Dynasty, the merchants would add sugar in ice to attract more customers. Ice products started being sold openly from the Tang Dynasty. A story tells of an ice seller who hoarded ice as a rare merchandise and intentionally raised the price. In late Tang Dynasty, the merchants would add sugar in ice to attract more customers