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Complex Institutions

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joao coelho

on 17 December 2013

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What were the religions?
What is the most famous military army during this period of Ancient China?
Complex Institutions
What kind of complex institutions were in Ancient China?
How did the government work?
By: João Pedro 6B
Ancient China had three main complex Institutions, Religion, Government and Army.
Their religion kept changing due to the dynasty cycle.
What was the Shang dynasty?
The Shang dynasty was the first historical Chinese dynasty, this dynasty happened during the period of 1600 B.C until 1046 B.C.E
Ancient China had a monarchy government, headed by an emperor or a royal family,
Who were the emperors that governed China during the Han dynasty?
The emperors who governed China during the Han dynasty was Liu Bang, Liu Ying, Liu Zhi and Liu Qui
Reminder: Han
dynasty was the
most important
Liu Bang
The most famous military army during Ancient China was the Zhou dynasty military.
What was the longest river valley civilization lasted?
The longest river valley civilization lasted was Ancient China, that is also the largest.
About Liu
Liu Bang is the first emperor of the Han Dynasty
Liu Bang`s real name
was Liu Ji.
As an politician, and director he made great contributions to the development of Han people and its culture.
Key terms
1. Dynasty
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for your
Geography information
The Yellow River is the second longest in China only inferior to Yangtze River . It follows from the north of the Bayankera Mountains in Qinghai Province, traversing through nine provinces of Qinghai Province, Sichuan Province, Gansu Province, Ningxia Hui Nationality Autonomous Region, Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi Province, Shanxi Province, Henan Province and Shandong Province before flowing into the Bohai Sea
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