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Ming Dynasty

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  • Period: 256 to Oct 28, 770

    BCE

    During Eastern Zhou period people were required to know readings and text inside out.
  • Period: Dec 7, 618 to Dec 7, 755

    Tang Dynasty Literature

    Chinese literary of the Ming Dynasty had originated from the Tang Dynasty.
  • Period: Nov 2, 960 to Nov 2, 1276

    Song Dynasty

    Trades dominated in theses days, song ships were considered the most seaworthy.
  • Period: Dec 7, 960 to Dec 7, 1279

    Song Dynasty

    Alot of storytellers flourished in the marketplace in two diffrent capitals, the Northern capital, Bianliang and Southern capital, Hongzhi. These stories then started to become published.
  • Period: Nov 9, 1351 to Nov 9, 1367

    The end of Yuan Dynasty

    Rivalries stated to uprise in this time to end the Yuan Dynasty and begin the ming Dynasty
  • Oct 28, 1368

    mongols

    mongols
    Ming Taizu, the emperor pushed the mongolians out of China.
  • Nov 2, 1368

    Taizu

    Taizu
    Emperor Taizu established his capital and knew how pwerfull merchant families were on the coastal cities.
  • Nov 9, 1368

    Hongwu Era

    Hongwu Era
    Zhu Yuanzhang was emperor for the new beging.
  • Nov 9, 1368

    Grand Military Achievement

    Zhu Yuanzhang had came to be known as Hong-wu or "Grand military achievement". He had ascended the throne of ming dynasty. He created a military system and lead his army across Asia.
  • Period: Nov 9, 1368 to Nov 9, 1398

    Economicly

    Land,people,and taxes were under the Hong-wu
  • Nov 9, 1381

    Administration

    Administration
    Construction of the mausoleum began. The Hong-wu emeror had built a large bureaucracy to help administer his vast kingdom. He later then discovered how to overthrow his regin. He combined confucian and legalist philosophies to take strict control over his government.
  • Nov 9, 1382

    Eunuchs

    Eunuchs
    There were about 70,000 Eunuchs by the end of the Ming Dynasty. they have also became very powerfull in the court. The things Enuchs were doing soonly increased.
  • Period: Nov 9, 1393 to Nov 9, 1414

    Land

    Land registers, showing over 129 million acres uner cultivation. China's population reached 60 million people. Taxes then went up from both of these out growing numbers.
  • Period: Oct 28, 1403 to Oct 28, 1424

    Ming Chengzu

    Ming Chengzu had been the 3rd emperor of China. Chengzu was very powerful and kind of violante.
  • Period: Nov 9, 1403 to Nov 9, 1424

    Yongle

    Population had reached up to 60 million.
  • Nov 9, 1404

    Scholarship

    Scholarship
    Hanlin Academy established in this era. The Encyclopedia of the Youngle period published in 1407. The Youngle emperor established Hanlin Academy to strengthen the literary and historical tradtions of China.
  • Period: Nov 9, 1405 to Nov 9, 1433

    maritime expeditions

    During the Ming period, the emperors sent seven maritime expeditions probing down into the South Seas and across the Indian Ocean.
  • Period: Oct 28, 1472 to Oct 28, 1528

    Wang Yangming

    2,000 year of change from Chinas confucian which was rewrote many times.
  • Period: Dec 7, 1488 to Dec 7, 1521

    "Former Seven Scholars"

    The two men of the "Former Seven Scholars" was leaded by Li Mengyang and He Jingming. This first movement had very formalistic writtings.
  • Oct 28, 1500

    Portuguese

    Portuguese
    China failed to become a world maritime power because they wanted land taxes and not trade taxes. This had them unsuccessfull in the great commercial revolution that will soon sweep the world.
  • Nov 10, 1511

    Anti-commercialism

    Anti-commercialism
    In 1511, the ViceRoy of India, Afonso de Albuquerque, decided to organize an expedition destined to
    conquer Malacca.
  • Period: Nov 2, 1518 to

    Wang Shizhen

    This man listed dangers of over 1,000 drugs. He also listed collected and use of drugs, treatment, and disscused diseases.
  • Nov 10, 1530

    "mongol problem"

    "mongol problem"
  • Period: Nov 10, 1550 to

    Troubles with Japan

    The deadliest earthquake of all times, the Shaanxi earthquake of 1556 that killed over 800,000 people, occurred during the Jiajing Emperor's reign.The empire also had to deal with pirates attacking the southeastern coastline
  • Period: Nov 9, 1573 to

    Tribute system

    This began with Hongwu and ended in the Wanli emperor. This system was to dominate power in east Asia. To be known as the largest, oldest Asian country. Where Asian civilization originated .
  • Period: Nov 10, 1573 to

    Wanli reign

    Wanli ascended the throne for the first ten years of his reign. Overall during these 10 years, the Ming Dynasty's economy and military power prospered
  • Period: Dec 7, 1573 to

    Neoclassical movements

    Two neoclassicl movements in literature had happened in the Ming. The first movement was lead by two men from the regions of Hongzhi and Zhengde was initiated by the "Former Seven Scholars". The second movement was the "Later Seven Scholars".
  • Nov 9, 1581

    The examination system

    The examination system
    The examination system which had its beginnings in the Sui dynasty but was fully developed during the Qing dynasty. The system continued to play a major role, not only in education and government, but also in society itself, throughout Qing times.
  • "Madre do Dios"

    "Madre do Dios"
    In this time the British captured a shipp full of potiguese.
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    Gu Yanwu

    About 50 percent of the imperial income derived from high taxes collected from coastal cities
  • Period: to

    Donglin party

    party of Chinese scholars and officials who attempted to combat the moral laxity and intellectual weakness they felt was undermining public life during the last years of the Ming dynasty.
  • RIOT!!

    RIOT!!
    this was a major riot that had happened in this time. This riot was over people going against the government
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    Rise of the rebellion

    In this time period the ming dynasty had started breaking down economicly. This had became a disaster.
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    Qing Dynasty

    The Qing Dynasty was the second time when the whole of China was ruled by foreigners, the Manchu. The Qing Dynasty was the last of the imperial dynasties of China.