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An essay on ancient China can be educational but also very fun and
interesting. China differs from other culteres by its wide range of topics
such as government, religion, and its ethics...... I hope you find this essay
very informative and the info. not to be wrong.
Geography has always played a important role in Chinas history. Beca-use
of Chinas enormous size it has always been hard to conquer and even harder to
unite. China is split into three parts by three river vallies, the Haung, the
Chang, and the Xia.
Because of heavy rainfall. Major flooding took place all the time and in
reaction to this the floods would wash away good soil used for farming It would
also wash away cities, and villages with records and stuff like that.
Most of the rest of China is covered with mountains or is very dry and
hilly, and on the northwest border of China there is a huge, cold desert called
the Gobi. Because of this, the north-west part of China was extre-mely less
Alot of the features of China have kept itself isolated so they have really
evulutioned all by itself without much outeside activity.
Chinas history did not really have (or mention) leaders, it really just
mentioned dynesties. Chinas had three dynasties. The first of which was the Xia
(2,000 b.c. to 1,500 b.c.) except for ancient legions one really doesn't know
much about the Xia rulers. In 1,500 b.c. the Xia rulers were overthrown and the
Shang dynasty came into focus and into place.
During the Shang dynasty, Chinese artists were busy making beautiful art
figures, religious stuff, and were making weapons out of bronze.
Even though the Shang dynasty lasted for several hundred years most of the
rulers were extremely viscious and had fun playing games of torture The nobles
lived very rich lives and were treated very good in contrast to the peasents
who were extravigatingly poor and were spit upon as if they were the scum of
the earth even though the rich folk couldn't get along in life without the
peasents because the peasents pro
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