EAS103H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Xia Dynasty, Yellow Emperor, Shennong

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Lecture 2: the search for beginnings (1500 bce to 935 ce) Fu-xi( ) invented domestication of animals and farming. No historical evidence available of these three sovereigns, however represents the background and basis for chinese culture in general and for years to come. Early records of chinese civilization are found in the pottery from the yellow river basin, Some types of pottery include from regions: yang-shao, longshan which occurred during. Beijing area relied on agriculture and always experienced pressure from the north to move towards the south to adapt southern cities. In this area, there local provinces were scattered; no administrative structure just clan based settlements. Also places such as tibet often moved areas from east to west due to boundary conflicts of the nomadic peoples of north and the west. Extensive written record compared to the xia and the shang. King( ) three planes of existence as the king connects (heaven, earth and the people).

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