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East Asia 600 C.E. - 1450 C.E.

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Kayla Owensby

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Transcript of East Asia 600 C.E. - 1450 C.E.

600 C.E. - 1450 C.E. East Asia Geography & Religion Politics & Interactions Art & Architecture Economy & Social Structure Paper money first developed in China. High taxes caused peasants to revolt. 2 Main Techniques Gong-bi & Shui-mo The Koreans did naturalism with realistic landscapes, flowers, and birds. Japanese blended the Chinese style with their own. All adopted the Tang style. Chinese Buddha made of wood. Japanese sculpture was derived from idol worship in Buddhism or animistic rites of Shinto deity. The serfs were then bound to the land. Tang developed a tribute relationship with Korea Fast growing rice came from Vietnam. Korea gave gifts to Chinese emperors to avoid
occupation by the Tang. Code of Bushido Vietnam dominated local and regional markets. Women's Rights Property
Retained control over the dowry after divorce or husband's death Korean Ceramics Chinese Architecture Buddhism was found throughout east Asia. Shenism (Chinese folk religion)
Heaven worship (Mandate of Heaven) Japanese Religions Shinto
Ryukuan religion of Okinawa (very similar to Shinto) Korean Religions Muism (Korean shamanism)
Korean Confucianism Mongolian Religions Shamanism
Islam Russian Religions Russian Orthodoxy
Shamanism Southeast Asian Religions Shamanism (Animism)
Islam (minor religion in this time period)
Confucianism China Tang expansion allowed for the spread of Buddhism. China became a center for trade of goods and an interaction of cultures. In 755 General An Lushan led about 200,000 troops in rebellion. Another uprising was led by Huang Chao between 879 and 881. After this the Tang never regained their effective power. Three new states emerged after the fall of the Tang. There was major competition between the three due to how they followed different cultures. Korea The Koryo united the peninsula after the fall of the Tang. The Mongols attacked Korea in 1231 and Koryo king surrendered in 1258. Japan Japan was originally ruled by a single royal family but the emperors seldom wielded political power. The Fujiwara family held power from 794 to 1185. Clan warfare between 1156-1185 resulted in the establishment of the Kamakura Shogunate. During the clan wars, the samurai emerged. The Mongols invaded in 1274 and 1281. Both times they were defeated. In 1336 the Ashikaga Shogunate took control. Vietnam Adopted the bureaucracy of the Tang. There was two kingdoms, the Annam and Champa. Both were made subjects of the Mongols. When the Mongol fell, the Annam was forced to recognize the new Ming. After regaining their status as a tributary kingdom, the Annam led a series of ruthless campaigns against Champa and conquered them by 1500. The Mongols The Mongols were a loose organization of nomadic groups who followed a khan, or group leader. In 1206, Temujin was acknowledged as Genghis Khan. The Mongolian Empire was the largest contiguous land empire in human history. Genghis Khan died in 1227 and was succeeded by his son Ogodei, who continued the assault on china. He destroyed the Minyak and then the Jin. The Mongols remained united until about 1265. The empire then split into the Yuan, the Il-khan, the Jagdai, and the Golden Horde. The Mongolian empire fell. Blue & White Porcelain
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