CCOT Changes in Continuities in China Analyze the changes and continuities within China during the time period from 1850 B.C.E to 220 C.E During the time period 1850 B.C.E to 220 C.E China had many great innovations, great empires, and great philosophical leaders. Some of these things include the invention of creating steel and molding steel to decrease the time it took to create things which allowed China to excel greatly beyond other countries. Other idealisms such as Religions Buddhism, Hinduism, and lifestyles such as Confucianism which promoted Nonviolence, and respect for one another. China had great warfare within itself during the Warring States period however once united it became a country who outperformed all other nations. The first structured dynasty of china the Shang created the structure for Chinese political and administrative formulation which was slightly altered but not greatly changed when the Zhou dynasty took over in 1027 B.C.E some of the Shang ideology’s we’re altered to match the Zhou’s but many we’re kept the same to appease the citizens.
If I could place a letter on Joe for all the things that had happened to him I would put a C for cheated. Joe Paterno was cheated; he didn’t deserve the punishment he got for the mistakes of two men. He did to many great things in his life to be treated how he was
Source A and B are similar in hailing Qui Shihuang as a great ruler and unifier of China and as a harsh ruler who administered severe punishments on those who broke the law and those who pose a threat to his rule. However both sources differ in their emphasis and opinion of Qui Shihuang rule. Both sources, A and B are very similar in their descriptions of Qin Shi Huang. as a powerful and effective ruler who brought about many positive changes to China. Source A mentions about Qui Shihuang introducing laws uniformly throughout China and adopting a single script of writing unifying the people throughout his empire.
China is a bustling nation, but could it be the next world superpower? For one it certainly has potential, with the army, manpower, technology, and money they sure could rise to the top at any rate. Not only does china have all of this, but America still owes them money and they also make everything for America, they could cut off this supply line if they needed to which could lead to problems for the great young nation. China could undeniably be a world superpower in the near future or further. Like stated China has the man power to do just about anything quickly even working on extremely large projects could be a breeze for china.
Shi Huangdi Opinion Paper Qin Shi Huangdi is considered by many to be one of the greatest rulers in history. This can be because of his ruthless government policy which was legalism, it can be how he had on of the most powerful armies in China, or in my opinion the most important one of all, how he unified China. When Yi Jian first shows us how ruthless he will be to gain power was when he went on tour through all of the city-states fighting for the land and executing anyone who stood in his path. Once he became the emperor of China he embraced the concept of Legalism, which was very similar to Hammurabi's code, which meant strict laws and even harsher punishments. Legalism helped him vanquish anyone who opposed him, even people in his own court.
Jessica dunn Was napoleon a strong leader? Napoleon was a strong leader in some ways and in others he was not. By strong leader I mean motivated, successful and was well liked at when he first started out as a leader. Napoleon was strong because he was determined and very motivated; he was an artillery officer and received top education and training. Napoleon had a phenomenal memory which helped him become a successful general.
One huge accomplishment of Qin Shihuangdi and the Qin dynasty was the precursor to the Great Wall of China, a huge defensive wall protecting the northern border of China from Mongolian attacks. They also built a strong military and established a powerful Bureaucracy. The Han dynasty had accomplishments that were based more on arts, education, and literature. There were many Chinese scholars and important texts that came from this period of time, including Yang Xiong, Huan Tan, Wang Chong, and Wang Fu. The Han even created a
Emperor K’ang-Hsi was most definitely a man of strong principles. One of his beliefs was that, in any case, if a man is sentenced to death, his crimes should be justified. K’ang-Hsi respected human-life much more than previous emperors. In the book, Emperor of China, he states: Giving life to people and killing people, those are the powers that the emperor has. He knows that administrative errors in government bureaus can be rectified, but that a criminal who has been executed cannot be brought back to life any more than a chopped string can be joined together again.
It was perhaps the Han dynasty, (which lasted over 400 years), that enforced and maintained peace and prosperity most successfully. As varied as the dynasties are, it is best to examine each one separately to determine the exact relationship between them. The Zhou Dynasty was more successful in some areas than others. It managed to expand the territory of China by taking over the Yangtze River valley, which eventually became China’s core. But the expansion of land weakened China’s ‘central government’, and made it vulnerable against any disloyal citizens.
He was not loyal to his friend Caesar though. Instead of telling Caesar about his problem he struck him down with his blade. Now unlike Antony, Brutus was not brave. In the heart of battle he killed himself instead of fighting to the death like a true noble brave man would do. Mark Antony and Brutus may have had some things in common but they were two completely different people.