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    Political Dynasties

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    Political dynasties are very common in the Philippines. In fact around 70 percent of the 15th Philippine Congress have dynastic leaders. That is actually a lot if you compare it to other countries with prominent dynastic families such as Japan who has around 37 percent of them. But first, what are they? A political dynasty would be a family who maintains power in a certain area for several generations. Querubin explains that political dynasties exhibit “a particular form of elite persistence in

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    The Shogun Dynasty

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    The term Shogun means general. Later, it refered to the leader of the Shogunate (Samurai's government). From 1192-1867, the Shogun ruled Japan. The Emperor reigned but did not rule. The Shoguns were a type of warlords that governed providences and states as a type of Japanese check and balance of the 16th century. The name of that form of government was called Shogunate. The Shogunates ruled as a military dictatorship for over a span of almost 700 years: they fought the Mongolians in 1281, fought

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    The Ming Dynasty

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    The Ming Dynasty The Chinese Empire was large and controlled most of Asia at one point in time. One of the dynasties that ruled the empire was the Ming Family. Ruling from 1368-1644, almost three hundred years, the Ming Dynasty impacted Chinese history very much. The purpose of this paper is to tell the history of the Ming Dynasty’s impact on the Chinese Empire, and to explain why the Chinese Empire was in fact an empire. The Ming Dynasty had created an empire. They had the government, the military

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    Dynasty Debate

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    “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” - Albert Einstein. The Han Dynasty invented some of the fundamental tools that contributed to the development of the Han dynasty, and to the quote previously stated. Some of these beneficial technologies are paper, which allowed them to write down laws, philosophies, and messages, improved agricultural tools, which allowed them to make farming easier and more efficient, and the seismograph that allowed them to tell

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    The Han Dynasty

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    The Han Dynasty, the amazing Chinese era to have said to unified China for over 400 years old. This era in China’s history began in 206 B.C when a rebel armies rose up against the Qin army. One rebellion, led by Chen Sheng and Wu Kuang was later joined by Xiang Liang, Xiang Yu, Ying Bu, and Peng Yue joined forces with Liu Bang. The people of the Qin Dynasty were unhappy under the rule of Qin Shihuang who was ran his empire with an iron fist. His rule was absolute and disagreeing was punishable by

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    The Song Dynasty

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    The Song Dynasty (960-1279) was a ruling dynasty in China. This dynasty is divided into two periods: Northern Song and Southern Song. Social life was vibrant in the Song dynasty. Literature and knowledge were enhanced by wood block printing and movable type printing. Confucianism infused with Buddhist ideals emphasized a new organization of classic texts brought out the core doctrine of Neo-Confucianism. The civil service examinations became more prominent in the Song period. Administrative sophistication

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    Tang Dynasty

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    China’s dynasties. In China, the government has been run by dynasties for many years until the 1900s. These dynasties are what made China what it is today. They built the culture, religion, and general structure of China. Before the Industrial Revolutions, China was one of the powerfulest countries in the world and Europeans were afraid of attacking China when taking over Europe. China has had over twelve dynasties between 2100 B.C. and 1912. Even though China has had over twelve dynasties, there

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    Qin Dynasty

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    born. The Qin Dynasty put in all their blood, sweat, and tears to change China for the best. As a result, Chinese civilization was impacted tremendously in almost every aspect. These landmarks in Chinese history go back to the spreading of Legalism to the birth of the Great Wall. Through these countless contributions, the Qin Dynasty was able to revolutionize the Chinese civilization in such a short period of time. After unifying the Chinese empire, Qin Shi Huangdi (leader of Qin Dynasty) made several

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    The Chinese Dynasties

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    The period of the dynasty that unified China, the Sui Dynasty began the year 580 C.E. and lasted until 618 C.E. I was founded by an officer of the Northern Zhou, Yang Chien (Emperor Wen Ti), and his son and successor, Emperor Yang Ti. As an emperor, Wen Ti in his early actions restored the Buddhists rights, their clergy, and ended suppression of Daoism. Emperor Wen Ti achieved the unification of China during the Sui era, also the central government was reformed, institute the conscription of community

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    Bronze and the Shang Dynasty A societies use of the materials surrounding them is imperative to their success as a prominent civilization. The reign of the Shang dynasty roughly began around c1600- c1050bc, during this time the middle class artisans devoted much of their time to perfecting bronze work for ritualistic purposes as well as military basis; while the Shang kings and nobles held positions of high power and prestige over the common day labourer. The kings were thought as having a special

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