Ancient China And Ancient India Essays

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  • India Vs. China Essay

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    signification period in world history. Classical China and Classical India are one of the most unique early civilizations during the Classical Period.   They are known for their contributions to its modern world.   China and India are similar and different in many ways. Both China and India had many similarities and differences in politics, economics, and religion.    Three dynastic cycles are the Zhou, the Qin, and the Han. They covered many centuries of classical China. The dynastic patterns begun in classical

  • Southernization Essay

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    Southernization? 2. How was China "southernated"? 3. What ideas/technologies did Southern Asia invent? In Lynda Shaffer's essay Southernization she explains how India influenced the rest of the world. India and other parts of Southern Asia, devolped basic everyday ideas and technologies. Groups whom traded with many other cultures then brought these ideas to other coutnries. For example, many Indian crops were spread to middle eastern countries by the Arabs. India was advanced in many ways

  • Notes On The Silk Road Essay

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    earlier trade routes across the continents already existed.[citation needed] In the late Middle Ages, The Silk Road is the collective name given to a number of trade routes linking China and Roman Empire. The long and winding Silk Road in Northwest China has a history of more than two thousand years. This ancient route starts from the old capitals of Luoyang and Xi'an, crosses the Yellow River at Lanzhou. It then follows the "Gansu Corridor" and stretches along the edge of deserts and mountain

  • Indochina Cultural Ties Essay

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    thousand of years ago made a great impact on the other countries of the world. As China and India are neighbouring nations, the quality of harmonization had a particular influence on the masses of the two countries. It can be noticed in the lives of the people living in the North-Western regions of India and of those living in the border areas of China. The Indo-Chinese relationship was established long ago in the ancient times, on the basis of the quality of harmony present in both the cultures. As

  • Continuity and Change over Time in China, India and Rome Essay

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    Change Over Time In China, India, and Rome Between 300 B.C. and 476 A.D. there were several social and economic transformations that occurred in China, India, and Rome. The social and economic transformations greatly affected the regions of China, India, and Rome. India had a caste system and currently, still has a caste system but it has changed a little bit while Rome and China’s social class systems have been changed, as they no longer have them currently. The religion of China has changed from

  • Early India And China Essay

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    – World Civilization I “Early India and China” The assignment to watch the film and write the opinion is a very good exercise where one could express their agreement and disagreement in the paper and could argue about it. The film about “Early India and China” explained the ancient history about the two countries of the Asia that aroused from two different civilizations – India from Indus River and China from Yellow river. According to the film, in 1850 ancient Indian men were working – carried

  • Nature of a Hero Essay

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    of a Hero ------Ancient Heroes VS. Modern Heroes The concept of a hero has changed greatly from ancient Greece and Rome to contemporary world, so when it comes to heroism, many different things flow into our mind. Yet ancient heroes and modern ones have great similarities, since throughout the history both encounter great difficulties while accomplishing their tasks and helping others but never give in. Therefore, the nature of a hero is precisely defined by both the ancient heroes and the modern

  • Silk Road Essay

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    Afro-Eurasian landmass that connected East, South, and Western Asia with the Mediterranean and European world, as well as parts of North and East Africa. The land routes were supplemented by sea routes, which extended from the Red Sea to coastal India, China and Southeast Asia. Extending 4,000 miles (6,500 km), the Silk Road gets its name from the lucrative Chinese silk trade along it, which began during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE – 220 CE). The central Asian sections of the trade routes were expanded

  • Citrus Essay

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    believed to have originated in the part of South east Asia bordered by Northeastern India, Myanmar (Burma) and the Yunnan province of China. Citrus fruit has been cultivated in an ever-widening area since ancient times; the best-known examples are the oranges, lemons, grapefruit, and limes. The generic name originated in Latin, where it specifically referred to the plant now known as Citron . It was derived from the ancient Greek word for cedar . Some believe this was because Hellenistic Jews used the

  • Why Is India Called a Subcontinent? Essay

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    India is referred to as a subcontinent owing to three important factors. 1. Vastness 2. Diversity 3. Importance Vastness: India is a very large distinct land mass not just a country. It has all the features of a continent, but it is smaller than a continent. Hence it is referred to as a subcontinent. India is encompassed between the latitudes 8 Degrees 7 Minutes North & 37 Degrees 6 Minutes North & longitudes 68 Degrees 7 Minutes East & 97 Degrees 25 Minutes East. India has an area of 32,87