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dynasties by edward

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edward vodicka

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The QingEmperor
The Qing emperor Qin Shi Huan Di. He was the very first 38 year old emperor of the Qing Dynasty. The Government
The Qin had a very powerful and strict goverment
of proficiency, and power. The historical figures
The first Emperor of Qin was Qin Shi Huan Di (personal name Ying Zheng)
the second Emperor of Qin was Qin Ershi Huangd (personal name Ying Huhai)
the third Emperor of Qin was "the king of Qin" (personal name Ying Ziying)
Kings and Dukes of QIn
Duke Qin Xiaogong (personal name Ying Quliang)
King Qin Huiwenwang (personal name Ying Si)
Qin Wuwang (personal name Ying Ji)
Qin Zhaoxiangwang (personal name Ying Chu)
Qin Zhuangxiangwang (personal name Ying Zheng) The Art
The art of the Qin dynasty was a style that had kings, emperors, and types of architecture like this on --->
this picture to the right had the king
and slaves helping the king around. The invetions of Qin
The inventions of QIn are still being used now.They can be sold all over the world and the inentions were
the compass, silk, medicine, and paper. The Qin trade
They had a very good trade deal with all of China they sold and recieved silk, water, food, paper, and clothing. The Qing music
The music of Qing was a traditional type of Chinese music like this one below. This
piece of music
was a great
traditional song
after the Qing
Dynasty almost
Ended The money
Qing's money are usually coins the bronze coin was worth the least, the iron coin is worth almost 3 times as much as the bronze coin. The coin that was worth the most was the golden coin it was worth 5 iron coins.
Silk was also used as money and it was worth 2 gold coins back then and other trade products were also used as money. The Qing daily life
in those days there were not as many jobs as today in the 2011 year but back then they had so little choices that all contained hard labor in them. The people would work and work until they die from hunger or thirst. Then they come home eat sleep and start all over again. Qing clothing
Qing clothes use different types of material like silk and cloth.They use to make robes for the women and armor and a cloth suit that they wear unde, but thats usually the kings and soldiers and emperors. normal men have also robes like this one below.(the one on the left is the soldiers robes and on the left is the peseant robes). The historcal figures of the Ming dynasty
Ming Taizu (personal name Zhu Yuanghang)
Ming Huidi (personal name Zhu Xunwen)
Ming Chengzu (personal name Zhu Di)
Ming Renzong (personal name Zhu Gaochi)
Ming Xuanzon (personal name Zhu Zhanji) Qing territoty
The QIng territory took up a part of south east of Asia. Down below you will see a map of the Qing Dynasty. The QIng population
The Qing Dynasty had over 1 to 2 million people living in the Qing dynasty. The most populated area of the Qing Dynasty was inside the Great Wall of China. Most of the people died becouse of the Tomb that was built for their first great emperor Shi-Huan-Di, those people who have died there built part of the tomb itself. Great monuments of the Qing Dynasty
One of the Greatest monuments that was made was the Great wall of china and the tomb of dead Shi-Huan-Di Climate
Southern part of the QIn dynasty was the most hot place to live. their temparetures reached to the level of 40-50 degrees celcious in the summer. On the northern part of the Qing dynasty had temperetures that reached 40 through 45 degrees celcious. Ming art
Their art was quite similar to the Qing dynasty where they draw or paint the great leaders and rulers of the Ming dynasty. Ming money
The ming had money that many of them have been made with holes in them to make them easier to carry with them. these coins have been made in the goverment with the permission of the emperor or ruler. some of these types of coins are in the picture below. These are some of the coins Music
The Ming had an interesting type of music it was a combination of many other dynasties in the continent we nowadays call "China". the Music they had was a slow soft tune in nature. The Mughal empire the Mughal map
the Mughal empire had many territories that have been captured here is a map that shows the territories that have been captured. These are all the places captured. Historical figures
1.1 Zahir ud-Din Mohammad (Babur)
1.2 Humayun
1.3 Akbar
1.4 Jahangir
1.5 Shah Jahan
1.6 Aurangzeb

These were all of the most famous leaders later on i will tell you about all of them. The leader 1 Zahir ud-Din Mohammad (Babur)
The Zahir-ud-Din Mohammad surnamed Babur founded the Moghul dynasty. He ruled the empire from 1504 to 1520.Babur fell ill, from which he could not recover. When emperor died on December 26, 1530, Humayun took the throne to inherit Babur's empire. leader Humayun
Humayun nearly lost the empire before it even began. he was an intelligent man that had almost no fear what so ever. He ruled his kingdom from 1530 to 1556. Akbar
Many people see him as the Greatest ruler of India. When his father Hamyun died in 1556 Akbar became "Padshah" (the ruler of the Empire). Akbar developed a bureaucracy system of the Autonomy. The Most important part of bureancy system was the
tax collection.(born in India 1495 through the years of 1579) Jahangir
he ruled the Mughal Empire from 1605-1627. During his 50 year reign, Akbar accumulated much wealth from the political and commercial centers in northern India. Shah-Jahan
Shah Jahan is a prince named Kharrum. He was first 35 years old when he first went in the throne to rule the Mughal empire.n 1638, Shah Jahan moved his capital from Agra to a city in Delhi. Known as Shahjahanabad. The Qing and Ming Empires Aurangzeb
He ruled the Mughal empire from 1658 until 1707. He was born in the year of 1618 through 1707. he was the third son of the Emperor Shah-jahan. Clothes
The clothes the Mughal used to wear a type of clothes that was similr to both Ming and Qing, cloth tunics, coth robes and robes that circle around their heads. Somthing like this one which Babur is wearing. Music
The most favorite topic on Earth. The music of the Mughal empire has a lot of sound with drums and some type of ancient flute, like this one below (just dont listen to all of it) it is very long about ten minutes
their traditional music of the Mughal empire is down below: Great monuments
One of the greatest monuments of the world is in India or (Mughal empire) is the Taj-Mahal one of the most beutiful monuments on earth. It was finished in the year 1614. Food of the mughal empire
Their food was mostly. very tasty yet spicy thin Indian pancakes and spicy indian rice. they add a lot of spices which makes them even more tasty than ussual. My opinion is that indian pancakes are super AWESOME! Natural resources
The most natural occuring resources in India is Gold, Iron, even precious Diamonds. The most occuring is iron becouse Iron is ussually found in high mountains or far down in the ground and thats where the himalayas come in. Also coal, mica (type of shiny rock). Trade
The Mughal trade was Silk, gold, silver, sometimes oil, and diamond was the most sold items and the food and oill and stuff like that wasnt really sold much. population
in the city about 2 to 5 million people
in the other part of the city (southern india) about 2 to 3 million peple
and all of the Mughal Empire is about 2 to 3 billion people. The Government/Politics
Their goverment was quite strict and had a great power that could confistcate anything they want. Many of their Chiefs had higher ranks than any nearby country (empire) there has been in the sixteen hundredths Climate
Mostly hot in the northern part of the Mughal Empire (it gets up to 50 and 60 degrees celcieus in the middle of the summer THE Ottoman art
according to the religion the ottoman empire was not allowed to paint a picture of a human. the art of the ottoman first began in the 14 hundredths when they created great monuscripts, ornaments, (they used geometric figures for these ornaments). The Ottoman empire Natural resources
They had found lots of wood,copper, chromium, antimony, mercury, gold, barite, borate, celestite (strontium), emery, feldspar, limestone, magnesite, marble, perlite, pumice, pyrites (sulfur), clay Leaders of the OTtoman Empire
tTe founder of the state was Osman 1. the most famous leaders were
Mehmed 11
Suliman the great
Selim 1
Süleyman the Magnificent
Bayezid 11
the last Sultan there was
Mehmed 1v Ottoman food
The Ottoman traditional food is always LAMB. they cook the lamb in many different ways, they cook it in overcooked and undercooked. the other traditional food is rice. They can make the rice cooked in many ways aswell. another example Honey they love honey. ever since they started eating honey they ate it non-stop, and now last but not least eggplant. The Ottoman goverment
The Ottoman government was srict in a way of laws of whoever did'nt obey them had harsh consequences. the government once started falling apart becouse the had a high level of burocracy a lot of nationalities problems. the land
the ottomans have had taken over Egypt, persia, Hungary and many more. Population
the population of the ottoman empire was about 5-6 million people h Economy
The bigggest trade center that you will find in the ottoman empire was "The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul"
lested below you will find one of the most sold item in this "Bazaar"
1. Special beans were sold rapidly into making the drink that we know as khave "coffee". Climate
The ottoman climate was the hottest in Egypt and persia. the coldest or Avrage was in Hungary, it snowed it rained and had sun all day long. Religion
The most known religion in the ottoman empire was the Islamic religion The start and end
The empire was started by a sultan named osman 1.
Osman 1 created an empire that would go throught the ages in 1566 -1792. the empire ended becouse the empire was falling apart; constant strikes, people were disagreeing or arguing in the fact of taxes and government. Ottoman empire ended because it lost WWI and was divided by Aantenta powers. Important cities
The most important city is of course Turkey
it is the most important becouse that is where Osman 1 founded the ottoman empire. Military
The military was one of the most important things the empire could have, that is also how the ottomans took over Egypt persia and others. Trade
Its trading partners were all over the world wether its food, water, resources, and others. they would still trade with other cities and/or continents. Flag
The flag of the Ottoman Empire is a white crescent moon and star on a red field.
here is a picture Politics
The Ottoman government organized a lot of wars to enlarge empire. they occupied Greece, Serbia, Bolgaria, Romania, Egypt( and other north African countries) music The Ottoman music was made in palaces, mosques, and Mevlevi lodges of the Ottoman Empire. They used tanbur lute, ney flute, kemence fiddle, kemman Western violin, kanun zether, or other types of musical instruments. Flag Qing flag Ming flag Clothing Money
The money in the Ottoman Empire the money was called "Marteau". Economy
Cities had been growing in importance. The enlarging economy now needed urbanization will help to fix market in order to succeed. Inventions
New types of pottery
militarry marching bands
milling Religion
Hinduism, Sunni Islam, and syncretism Capital:
Agra; Fatehpur Sikri; Delh languages:
Turkish All of these states were centralized states with dictators on the top.
Their economies were based on agriculture and trade.
The only way to receive the power to rule you must be in the line of the family from father to son. Conclusions
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