The interactions between nomadic and settled people have affected world history for thousands of years. Between the years of 500 BCE and 1000 CE, China was greatly influenced by nomadic peoples. The invasion of the Mongols led to the creation of the world’s largest empire and influenced China politically, economically, and socially. Throughout the rule of the Mongols and the recovery after, China was able to maintain its unique culture and identity. From 500–449BCE The Greek wars with Persia occurred and Persia was defeated. From 500–450 Beginnings of the Roman republic began. From 470 to 430, The Athenian culture increases and Socrates and Greek philosophical style arise. In 431 Peloponnesian Wars occurred and Greece declines. 330 to 325, Alexander the Great comes and invades. From 322 to 185BCE - the Mauryan Empire and from 300–100 the Hellenistic Period. In 264–140 the Roman expands into North Africa (Punic Wars) and eastern Mediterranean. Each of the classical civilizations had its own social structure, religion, political system, system of science, and styles of art. Comparisons of these differences, which have continued to the present day, form a vital part of studying the classical period. For example: in the late 20th century the Chinese government proved reasonably effective in mandating drastic changes in birth rates. The Indian government tried and failed to enforce somewhat similar regulations. The leaders changed many times in China during 100 C.E to 600 C.E.. In 100 C.E The Han dynasty was in power of all China. Then in 220 C.E. the Han dynasty falls, and three states take its place starting the warring states period that, except when the Jin dynasty reunites all of China from 265 C.E. to 316 C.E., lasts until 534 C.E. China is not reunited until the Sui dynasty in 581 C.E. There was also a change in religion. In 100 C.E. the main religions consisted of Confucius, Daoism, and Legalism. At that time Buddhism had only been introduced to China 50 years ago. Then, about 300 C.E., Buddhism started to expand, and became the primary religion of most people. The continuities of China consist of the following. China still maintains the Mandate of Heaven, which enabled the emperors to attain more power and privileges. Written languages are still the same; therefore, they still use the Chinese characters which are based on the oracle bone scripts. Even though the spoken languages are different, they still write the same characters. Agriculture is still the main sector for sustaining the economy of China. Patriarchal still remains in China, men continue to have more privileges than women. Civil examinations continue; there are still people who got their opportunity to follow the civil examination. The Great Wall of China was still under construction, in order to halt the Northern tribes’ aggressions or invasions. But now, stands strong and tall today. Ancestor worship and filial piety continues to be practiced, because Confucianism is still very prominent in China.
Through the time period 500 B.C.E. and 1000 C.E the Indian Civilization has changed…
the different tones of the !
• Leaves ----- white paper--implies purity
Four Great Masters
Wen ren (literati) painting emphasized on
1. Calligraphic strokes
2. Use of paper
4. Purposefully distasteful
IE (THAT s youre problem you don’t get it)
5. Devalued professionalism--emphasis on amateurism
6. Ptg was means of self expression--self satisfaction
7. Poems in painting
8. An art-for-art’s…
In this unit I will: gain an insight into what marketing is, and how it is used. The organisations you will be looking at are Disney and Shake away, two organisations you may already know a lot about. You will have the opportunity to understand what these organisations aim to achieve and how marketing helps them to achieve and how marketing helps them achieve it. You will be working independently and in a team, producing individual written work and practical presentation.…
postwar aims within the antiAxis coalition. LendLease helped the Soviet Union push the
Germans out of its territory and Eastern Europe, thus accelerating the end of the war. With
Stalin's takeover of Eastern Europe, the wartime alliance ended, and the Cold War began.
The Soviet Communist party evolved from the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party's
Bolshevik wing formed by Vladimir Lenin in 1903. Lenin believed that a welldisciplined,
hierarchically organized party was necessary to lead the working class in overthrowing…
3 gorges dam China
Why was it built?
It was built on the Chang Jiang River in 1992. It was made because of the flooding of the Yangtze River to help control the flow of the water. It also had hydroelectric generators on it which gave power to Shanghai and other regions. It was made to have a small effect of the environment although it did destroy some ancient artefacts.
It was necessary because it has stopped floods which would have killed thousands of people. It also has provided power to areas…
Unit 3- Introduction to Marketing.
Businesses put their customers into segment groups as they can find who to sell to and how to promote their product. These groups could be based on social class, gender, age or other factors a business looks for when promoting a product.
Iced Gems are one example of a product that is aimed at a specific target audience; this audience being children. The packaging of the product is blue and has a picture of a polar bear to link to the…
In this unit I will explain six potential hazards in a health and social care setting. There are potential hazards in the health and social setting, these hazards affect all the people working in that care setting, there are loads of hazards which can be found in every surface of that care setting. In a residential or day care setting, much is done to ensure that service users, and therefore staff as well, are protected from harm. Environmental hazards include: * Slippery floors * Worn…
Unit 3. Assignment 1 IPv6 Addressing
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Unit 3. Assignment 1 IPv6 Addressing
“The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for Canada, many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands, and the United States. ARIN manages the distribution of Internet number resources, including IPv4 and IPv6 address space and AS numbers.” (Rouse, 2007) ARIN provides services related to the technical coordination and management of Internet…
Unit 3 Reflective Essay
Unit 3 was excellent because in the beginning of the unit, we read a poem called, “Paul
Revere’s ride.” Which I had already read in my previous language arts class, but what really
stood out to me was when we read the poem in class and went into detail reviewing the poem…
Unit 3 - Explain potential hazards and the harm that may arise from each in a health or social care setting
In this essay I will be discussing about many different potential hazards that may arise and cause harm in a health and social care setting. There are numerous of hazards in the health and social setting, these hazards affect the service users working in that health and social care provision. There are several of hazards which could exist in every single surface of that care provision. In…
Unit 3 P2 Constraints in Marketing
When you have set up a business, the one thing that needs to be done to get your product known is marketing. But when you are involved in the marketing process, there are some rules which you need to follow.
Sale of Goods Act 1979
In the ‘Sale of Goods Act’ it precisely says that all goods should be of satisfactory quality, and to also be fit for purpose. This means that when a customer buys the product, it must work to the customer’s needs, and not to break…