Tang Dynasty Research Paper

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The Chinese Empires had numerous empires which contribute to the strength of China. Whenever one empire was established another once falls. There were four dynasties: The Qin (Ch’in), the Han, the Sui, and the Tang. The Qin (Ch’in) Dynasty introduced the new centralized social structure. They standardized measurements like weights and created a standard form of money to be used throughout the Empire. The Ch’in people self -identified through the reputation of their military might, the real strength of this dynasty was their dedication to civil works. It is perhaps this long-lasting dedication that created a Chinese Empire that survived the dynasty. Qin Shi Huangdi, the primary leader, ruled through a bureaucracy that was able to implement his…show more content…
The Han Dynasty lead by Lui Bang, who defeated the remaining Ch’in Dynasty, transformed the existing administration into a Confucianism-dominated bureaucracy. The people were defined by their ability to always be better than before. Emperor Wu established an imperial academy to ensure that those who worked for government understood the philosophy of improving self through service to the state. Han Dynasty hired court historians to craft ideals for Confucian women to follow. The Sui Dynasty was a powerful rule only for a brief period of time. It was under the leadership of Emperor Wen, Yen Chien. His army attacked those who did not comply with the wishes of the emperor. He reformed the legal code and built a series of canals restricted flooding. Structural changes are what made the Chinese government persisted. The Tang Dynasty is the most notable for the innovations from this period. The Tang established new series of education, especially focusing on the Imperial Academy to train future civil servants. The Tang were able to colonize nearby Asian civilizations, including Mongolia, Turkestan, Pakistan, and even to…show more content…
The Mauryan Empire started with Chandragupta Maurya conquer Northern India. Military might and administrative sensibility enabled Chandragupta to establish his dynasty. He created an administrative system that emphasized service and efficiency. Chandragupta’s son, Bindusara, continued what begun and The Indian that continuity ensured the long-term success of new administrative systems. Chandragupta established heads of state report directly to his provincial areas. This structure enabled a clear-cut, hierarchical administration from afar. This administrative system laid out new laws and policies and enforced behaviors through the local courts that were controlled by the imperial center. The Gupta Empire is known for being the most culturally significant Empire of Indian history. The Guptas found unity in their tolerant policies by celebrating the neutral traditions of art, literature, and creative expression. Chandra Gupta I merged in marriage two minor powerful families: his own family and of the Licchavi. Chandra Gupta II continued the dynasty. They adopted the Mauryan hierarchy structure but did not enforce that their own people had to administer within local

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