Chapter 3: China

Chapter 3: China

The “five relationships” involve all of the following except
The husband was subordinate to the wife
During the Shang dynasty, the Chinese
Achieved renown for their bronze casting achievements
Although not technically rejecting aristocratic rule, Confucius believed that a primary basis for granting the right to participate in government should be
Merit
First agricultural villages developed only along pearl river
False
The idea of the Mandate of Heaven was
Introduced by Zhou dynasty and it served to legitimize its power
The longest dynasty in Chinese history was the
Zhou
During the Zhou dynasty, china
Had large scale water control to regulate flows of rivers and to distribute water to the fields
The first fully unified government was the
Qin
The universe was divided by 2 primary forces
Sun as the yang, Moon as the yin
Shang dynasty rulers
Were often buried with their retainers