Flashcards in 4.2 China's Past Deck (19):
A town in eastern China Know for its artifacts
c. 259 b.c.- 210 b.c. King of Qin who created the first unified Chinese empire and became the first Chinese emperor.
256 BC. First ruler of the Han dynasty who lifted the ban on books in China.
c. 87 BC. Chinese emperor who increased authority during the Han dynasty.
c. 100 BC. Chinese astronomer who became the first Chinese historian after writing a complete history book on China.
c. 100 BC. Chinese scholar and historian of the Han dynasty who continued the work of Sima Qian.
a picture that represents a word.
a bone commonly used during the Shang dynasty in China to predict the future.
a relative who lived longer ago than a grandparent.
the practice of using skills and talents to work i the government.
a person who goes between buyers and sellers.
a dynasty that lasted from 1760 BC to 1500 BC in China.
a period of history when bronze was mainly used to make items such as tools and weapons.
the largest of the Chinese dynasties, lasting from 770-221 BC.
the Chinese dynasty founded by the first Chinese emperor, Shi Huagdi in 221 BC.
a wall in China originally built for protection from northern invaders that over centuries was extended to more than 4,300 miles.
a dynasty that lasted from 206 BC to AD 220 in China.