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In what ways did the rise of the Tang and Song dynasties benefit China?
Foreign trade flourished and China cities became centers of trade
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Which of the following was not an innovation or invention of the Tang and Song dynasties?
glass lenses for telescopes
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MQ2: In what ways did women’s lives change during the Tang and Song dynasties?
• Chinese women of the Tang dynasty era, at least in the north, had participated in social life with greater freedom than during the Han dynasty. This was because of the influence of steppe nomads, whose women led less restricted lives. • But the revival of Confucianism and rapid economic growth during the Song dynasty resulted in the tightening of patriarchal restrictions on women. These new restrictions were perhaps most strikingly on display in the practice of foot binding. • In the textile industry, urban workshops and state factories increasingly took over the skilled tasks of weaving textiles that had previously been the work of rural women. • Growing wealth and urban environments offered women opportunities as restaurant operators, sellers of vegetables and fish, maids, cooks, or dressmakers. • The growing prosperity of elite families funneled increasing numbers of women into roles as concubines, entertainers, courtesans, and prostitutes. This trend reduced the ability of wives to negotiate as equals with their husbands, and it set women against one another. • Some positive trends in the lives of women occurred during the Song dynasty. Women saw their property rights expanded, and in some quarters, the education of women was advocated as a way to better prepare their sons for civil service exams.
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Why was economic expansion during the Chinese Tang and Song dynasties linked to military expansion?
Military expansion into Vietnam introduced the Chinese to faster-growing rice
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Describe the social structure of China under the Tang and Song dynasties.
It’s head was the emperor, who’s court was filled with aristocratic families. China’s two main social classes were the Gentry and the peasantry. The Gentry was mostly scholars.
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Golden Age Achievements of China’s Tang and Song Dynasties were
Gunpowder, Compass, Block Printing and Porcelain however warfare continued with northern pastoral nomads and threatened silk road trade
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Technological Development of Tang and Song Dynasties
Advances were made possible as a result of abundant food supplies: High quality porcelain, metallurgical technologies, military advances, printing technology.
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MQ1: Why are the centuries of the Tang and Song dynasties in China sometimes referred to as a “golden age?
-The Tang and Song dynasties saw the thriving of arts and literature, as well as the rise of Neo-Confucianism in combination with Buddhism and Daoism. -These dynasties also fostered a long lasting state structure consisting of six ministries, a Censorate (surveillance system), and a renewed and less corrupt examination system. -They experienced an “economic revolution” that left China the wealthiest country on earth as many highly urbanized cities sprung up. -As agricultural production increased due to new technologies (including a hardy strain of rice from Vietnam), Tang/Son China experienced rapid population growth. -A network of canals boosted trade and unified China, and industrial production likewise soared (esp. iron). -These dynasties also witnessed much technological innovation (ex: printing, gunpowder, ship-building/navigational). -Lastly, the Tang and Song dynasties witnessed China’s transformation into a highly commercialized society as subsistence farming was traded for large-scale farming for market.
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Sui, Tang and Song dynasties
China was unified under Sui Dynasty, China’s economy and people grew spectacularly in the Song Dynasty, successful diplomatic reltionships and expansion during the Tang Dynasty
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Describe and analyze the changing status of women in ONE of the following areas from 600 to 1450. In your analysis, be sure to discuss the relationship between cultural resurgence and the status of women, identifying specific causes of the changes. Umayyad and Abbasid Caliphates (Middle East) Tang and Song Dynasties (China)
TANG AND SONG DYNASTIES a) the subordination of women in China as evidenced by the widespread practice of foot-binding b) how the rise in neo-Confucianism reinforced the subjugation of women UMAYYAD AND ABBASID CALIPHATES The Qur’an emphasized equality of all people before Allah, and it outlawed female infanticide, and provided that dowries go directly to brides. However, for the most part, Islam reinforced male dominance. a) men occupied all of the prominent religious and administrative positions in Islamic society b) the Quran permitted men to have multiple wives – Muhammad had 4 wives himself c) in affluent Islamic homes during the Umayyad and Abbasid periods, women and their children stayed in a separate part of the house called a harem. d) women started to wear veils
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