Julia: China

China

Shang dynasty

Approx. 1600 BCE - Approx. 1050 BCE

(Sketch of houses in this dynasty)

(bronze vessels)

Zhou dynasty

Approx. 1050 BCE - Approx. 221 BCE

Confuncius

551 BC - 479 BC

Qin Dynasty

221 BC - 207 BC



(Shih-Huamg's Tomb with 6,000 Terra-cotta soldiers and horses)


(beginning of the great wall)

Han Dynasty

206 BC - 220 AD

( Lead-glazed ceramics )

Sui Dynasty

581 CE - 618 CE

(Pear shaped Vase)

Tang Dynasty

618 AD - 907 AD

(Military applications with gunpowder started in the Tang dynasty)

Song Dynasty

960 CE - 1279 CE

(Typography developed in the song dynasty)

Yuan dynasty

1280 AC - 1365 AC

Ming Dynasty

1368 - 1644

Qing dynasty

1644 - 1912

Korea

Silla

Approx. 668 CE - Approx. 932 CE

676 CE unites Korea with the help of tang dynasty.
Buddhism!
Chinese influence and trade
Confucius academy built
fall of dynasty

Goryeo

Approx. 918 CE - Approx. 1382 CE

"Korea" comes from this. Capital-songak (modern day Kaesong) Confucianism and buddhism were a major influence
wood block printing to produce buddhist texts-----Korean inventors created moveable metal type to print
Perfected technique for making Celadon
Celadon:Porcelain with an unusual blue-green glaze
when mongols overran Korea, the secret to Celadon lost forever!!

Choson

Approx. 1392 CE - Approx. 1910 CE

General Yi song-gye overthrew mongols and set up Choson dynasty
Reduced buddhist in influence and centered around confucianism
Last and longest dynasty (of korea)
New language- symbols for sound

Japanese occupation of Korea

1910 - 1945

Independence Movement

March 1, 1919

Assimilation/Coercion

1931 - 1935