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Dynasties in China

By ivylee
  • Jan 4, 1581

    1570 DC : Start of Shang dynasty

    1570 DC : Start of Shang dynasty
    The Shang Ruled from 1766 BC ~ 1122 BC.
    This dynasty ruled the Yellow River Valley.
  • Jun 13, 1581

    1800BC : Horse drawn Chariots

    1800BC : Horse drawn Chariots
  • 1700 DC : Bronze age of Shang Dynasty

    1700 DC : Bronze age of Shang Dynasty
    Lonshan people used bronze, and made weapons.
  • 1700 BC : Innovations

    1700 BC : Innovations
    Silk, ceramics and bronze
  • 1200 BC : Conditions descline

    1200 BC : Conditions descline
    The rulers after Wuding can't hold the people together and the dynasty begins to decline.
  • 1046 BC : slaves revolt

    1046 BC : slaves revolt
    Cruelty and high taxes cause the slaves to revolt and to join forces with the Chou people of West China.
  • 1046 BC : The end of shang dynasty

    1046 BC : The end of shang dynasty
  • 1122 BC :Start of Zhou Dynasty

    1122 BC :Start of Zhou Dynasty
    Zhou was known as the warrring States Peroid
  • 771 BC : Empire divided into dozens

  • 770 BC : Capital was moved Eastward

  • 221 BC : Used of Iron was introduced

    221 BC : Used of Iron was introduced
    evelopment of weapons, amaments and charoits
    IRON PLOW
  • 221 BC : Roads were constructed

    221 BC : Roads were constructed
    populatuion started to increase.
  • 226 BC - Roles of Children and women

    226 BC  - Roles of Children and women
    each son received an equal share of the family property.Since the father usually sent his adult married sons away with a portion of the family fortune, unlike later dynasties, sons did not always receive their inheritance after the death of their father.Daughters were not formally included in a fathers will, although theydid receive a portion of the familyfortune through their marriage dowries.
    Women were expected to obey the will of their father,husband. the womens job is to work for her family
  • 771 BC : Attention to etiguette.

    771 BC : Attention to etiguette.
    Chou emperor put attention to etiguette.
    No alcohol!!
  • 771 : Fuedal system was established

    771 : Fuedal system was established
    SLAVERY
  • 221 BC : Start of Qin Dynasty

    221 BC : Start of Qin Dynasty
  • 220 BC : Construction of Great wall of China

    220 BC : Construction of Great wall of China
  • 214 BC : Completion of Great wall of China

    214 BC : Completion of Great wall of China
    In set people to work building the Great Wall. He believed the country needed better protection. Just as cities had wall built around them, he wanted a wall built around China.
  • 213 BC : Law of Burning books

    213 BC : Law of Burning books
    In 213 BC, all Confucian books were burned save one copy of each which was kept in the Chinese State Library. Destroying literature and persecuting Confucians was an extension of the original plans to consolidate the Qin dynasty composed by Shi Huang (246-210 BC). They were carried out further by Prime Minister Li Si (208 BC).
  • 210 BC : Death of Qin Shi Huang

    210 BC : Death of Qin Shi Huang
  • 207 BC : Army of Qin was Defeated by Xiang

    207 BC : Army of Qin was Defeated by Xiang
  • 210 BC : Terrocata army buried

    210 BC : Terrocata army buried
  • 206 BC : Han dynasty Takes Control

    206 BC : Han dynasty Takes Control
  • 200 BC : Golden AGE

    200 BC : Golden AGE
    LOTS OF ADVANCEMENT AND INVENTIONS
  • 200 BC : Wheel Barrow was Invented

    200 BC : Wheel Barrow was Invented
  • 202 BC : Civil service exam

    202 BC : Civil service exam
  • 204 : Civil War

    204 : Civil War
  • 203 BC : invent Compass

    203 BC : invent Compass
  • 220 BC : Fall of Han Dynasty

    220 BC : Fall of Han Dynasty
  • 584 BD : Start of Sui Dynasty

    584 BD : Start of Sui Dynasty
  • 585 BD : Buddhism was Introduced.

    585 BD : Buddhism was Introduced.
  • 604 BC : Emperor yang of Sui

  • 605 BC : The Grand Canal

    605 BC : The Grand Canal
    TRADE< TRANSPORTATION< COMMUNICATION
  • 618 BC : Fall of Sui Dynasty

    618 BC : Fall of Sui Dynasty
  • 618 BC : Start of Tang Dynasty

    618 BC : Start of Tang Dynasty
  • 772 BC : Poetry became Famous

    772 BC : Poetry became Famous
    A famous Poet of Tang, Po-chu-i
  • 762 BC : Invention of Chinese Chess

    762 BC : Invention of Chinese Chess
  • 780 BC : Tax system were established

    780 BC : Tax system were established
    collection in summer and fall.
  • 907 BC : End of the Tang Dynasty

    907 BC : End of the Tang Dynasty
  • 960 AD : Rise of Song Dynasty

    960 AD : Rise of Song Dynasty
  • 961 AD : foot binding

    961 AD : foot binding
    Tradition of China.
  • 1050 AD : Block printing was invented

    1050 AD : Block printing was invented
  • 1100 AD : Invention of Gun Power

    1100 AD : Invention of Gun Power
  • 1278 AD : end of Song dynasty

    1278 AD : end of Song dynasty
  • 1278 AD : Start of Yuan Dynasty

    1278 AD : Start of Yuan Dynasty
  • 1273 AD : Paper Money

    1273 AD : Paper Money
  • 1275 Ad : Marco Polo comes to visit

    1275 Ad : Marco Polo comes to visit
  • 1368 AD : Down fall of Yuan

    1368 AD : Down fall of Yuan
  • 1368 AD : Birth of Ming

    1368 AD : Birth of Ming
  • 1400 AD : Great wall of China Extension

    1400 AD : Great wall of China Extension
    the Great wall of china add Extensions
  • 1421 AD : Construction of Forbidden City

    1421 AD : Construction of Forbidden City
  • 1517 AD : The traders

    1517 AD : The traders
    The first Portgese ship lands
  • 1644 AD : End of Ming Dynasty

    1644 AD : End of Ming Dynasty
  • 1644 AD : Start of Qing Dynasty

    1644 AD : Start of Qing Dynasty
  • 1757 AD : Trade Expansions

    1757 AD : Trade Expansions
  • 1793 : meet the British

    1793 : meet the British
  • 1800 AD : population of 300.,000,000

    1800 AD : population of 300.,000,000
  • 1898 AD : modernization programs

    1898 AD : modernization programs
    In education,goverment and the military
  • 1899 AD : Open door policy

    1899 AD : Open door policy
    The Policy that Each Foreign nation shold allow ather nations to trade freely in each other's spheres of Influence.
    It provided a larger market to sell US goods to China.
  • 1900 AD : population of 400,000,000

    1900 AD : population of 400,000,000
  • 1899 AD : End of qing Dynasty

    1899 AD : End of qing Dynasty