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Description

acupuncture
Confucius
Confusiusm
Daoism
diffusion
Great Wall
jade
Laozi
Legalism
lords
oracle
peasants
seismograph
silk
Silk Road
sundial

Ancient China Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a hard jemstone jade
a prediction oracle
people of high rank lords
farmers with small farms peasants
moral values ethics
the ideas of Confucius Confucianism
the belief that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled Legalism
a philosophy that stressed the belief that one should live in harmony with the Dao, the guiding force of all reality Daoism
a barrier that linked earlier walls across China's northern frontier Great Wall
a soft, light, highly valued fabric silk
4,000-mile-long network of routes stretched westward from China across Asia's deserts and mountain ranges, through the Middle East, until it reached the Mediterranean Sea Silk Road
the spread of ideas from one culture to another diffusion
ruler of China who united China for the first time Shi Huangdi
the most famous Daoist teacher Laozi
the most influential teacher in Chinese history Confucius

Ancient China Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

This dynasty lowered taxes, reduced punishments, and made Confucianism the official government policy. Han Dynasty
A person of high rank who owned land but owed loyalty to his king lord
The Huang He, flows from west to east Yellow River
The first emperor of the Qin Dynasty and the first to unite China under a single ruler. Shi Huangdi
Chinese farmers grew this along the Chang Jiang Valley by 7000 BC rice
The harsh desert separated China from its neighbors in the north Gobi
moral values ethics
included farmers, bottom of the social class peasants
Chinese priests believed they could read these on cracked bones to tell the future oracle
people who buy and sell items, sometimes very wealthy merchants
This dynasty is rumored to have built the first flood control channels in China. Founded by Yu the Great Xia
A manmade barrier across China's frontier to prevent invasions The Great Wall
The spreading of ideas to different parts of the world diffusion
a device that uses the position of shadows cast by the sun to tell time. Invented by the Han dynasty sundial
Chang Jiang Yangzi River
a soft highly valued fabric, first made in China from the cocoons of certain kinds of worms silk
a device that measures the strength of an earthquake, invented by the Han dynasty seismograph
an early Chinese believe that stressed living in harmony with the universe Daoism
this dynasty was established in the 1500's and created China's first writing system Shang
he was born a peasant but became the a Han emperor after the Qin fell apart Liu Bang
a belief that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled legalism
the most famous Daoist teacher and credited with writing, The Way and Its Power Laozi
a hard gemstone, the graves of the rich often contained objects made from this jade
the way a task is accomplished procedure
to be different vary
the way something is set up or organized structure
to create a new idea, method, or device innovation
also called the records of the grand Historian, describes more than 2000 years of Chinese culture The Shiji
the power given from heaven to rule mandate of heaven

Ancient China Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Great Wall of China
China
Silk Road
emperor
civil service
double cropping
oracle bones
yellow river
middle man
dynasty
provinces
levee
pictograph
loess
terrace
ancestor

Ancient China Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

accupuncture
buddhism
calligraphy
chang river
compass
confucius
dragon
dynasty
emperor
five elements
great wall
han
haungdi
liu bang
mandate of heaven
philosphy
qin
rice
scholar
seismograph
shang
silk road
taoism
tea
terra cotta
warrior
wheelbarrow
yellow river
yin and yang
zhou

Ancient China Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The __________ dynasty introduced the mandate of heaven. zhou
Which philosophy did emperor Qin Shihuangdi base his laws on? legalism
Which emperor was able to conquer all of China? Qin Shihuangdi
Which philosophy taught that true harmony comes from the balance of Yin and Yang? Daoism
What was the name of the dynasty whose religion was centered on ancestor worship? Shang
Which engineer found a way to use flooding to grow crops? Yu
_______ is a form of government that is structured like a pyramid with a few people at the top but many on the bottom. bureaucracy
Which one of the Han's industries was very valuable for trade with people outside of China? silk
__________ is a treatment invented by the Hans where thin needles are inserted in specific parts of your body. acupunture
The invention of paper was an ideal material for ________. calligraphy
An ________ is something that takes away pain. Anesthetic
Magicians told emperor Qin Shihuangdi that if he drank the magic poison he could be __________ Immortal
An instrument made by the Hans to detect earthquakes. Seismograph
The Shang lived in ______, a large group of friends and family. Clans
The Analects was a book filled with sayings of the founder of which philosophy? Confucianism
In Daoism which one of the opposing forces of nature means "sunlit" Yang
An _______ is a place where water can be found in a desert. Oasis
What was built on China's northern border as protection from invaders by the Qin empire? Great Wall
_________ was the central trading point where the Eastern and Western Silk Roads met. Kashgar
What was the name of the first dynasty? Xia

Crosssword puzzle: Nima Dek Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A hard gemstone Jade
, or farmers with small farms Peasants
Stressed living in harmony with the Dao, the guiding force of all reality Daoism
The belief that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled Legalism
A barrier that linked earlier walls across China's northern frontier Great Wall
A barrier that linked earlier walls across China's northern frontier. Wall
The practice of inserting fine needles through the skin at specific points to cure disease or relieve pain. Acupuncture
Uses the positio of shadows cast by the sun to tell the time of the day Sundial
A device that measures the strength of an earthquake Seismograph
A soft, light, highly valued fabric. Silk
The spread of ideas from one culture to another. Diffusion
A prediction Oracle
People of high rank Lords
This 4,000 mile long network of routes stretched westward from china across Asia's deserts and mountains ranges , through the Middle East until it reached the Mediterranean Sea. Silk Road
This 4,000 mile long network of routes stretched westward from china across Asia's deserts and mountain ranges Silk Road
Moral values Ethics

Ancient China Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What influenced Chinese cultural differences? geography
The Huang River earned this nickname because of its constant flooding. River of Sorrows
Chinese peasants built these structures to prevent further flooding. dikes
The first Chinese dynasty that was fairly successful. Shang
The Zau dynasty believed the authoriy to rule came from heaven, this is called? Mandate From Heaven
China's economy greatly increased under which dynasty? Zau
Confucius formed a system of beliefs known as ... ? Confucianism
The teaching that, "Correct behavior would bring order and stability" was taught by whom? Confucius
According to Confucius, everyone had duties and ... responsibilities
The universe reflected a delicate balance between these two forces ... yin and yang
Religious belief that teaches harmony with nature. daoism
People who were followers of daoism were called ... ? Daoists
A Chinese achievement developed through the study of astronomy. calender
Huge discovery that became China's most valuable export silk
Chinese writing contains many symbols, each represent one word or ... idea

CHINA Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A soft, light, highly valued fabric silk
people of high rank lords
farmers with small farms peasants
stressed living in harmony with the dao daoism
the belief that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled legalism
is a prediction oracle
hard gemstone jade
uses the position of shadows cast by the sun sundial
is a device that measures the strength of an earthquake seismograph
the practice of inserting fine needles through the skin acupuncture

Appetizer Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a desert that covers the northern reigon of asia Gobi desert
A mountian range seperating china from india himalayas
The second longest river in asia yellow river
the longest river yangzi river
what is used to predict weather and natural disasters oracle bones
when god tells you your destiansd to be king mandate of heaven
a person who rule over people and land lords
people who make the least amount of money but are pretty high on social hiarcy peasants
A famous chinese teacher Confucius
is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts Ethics
a famous writer and philosopher laozi
a collection of sayings and ideas analects
the first emperior of quin Shi Huang
a huge wall seperating china from enemys great wall
the founder and first emperior of the han dynasty Liu Bang
seventh emperior of the han dynasty emperior wudi
a dial that tells the time of day sundial
somthing that graphs motion of the ground seismograph
a form of medicine involving thin neddles acupunchere
a natural fiber that is soft and light silk
aincent set of trade routes silk road
when cultures mix and war breaks out cultural diffusion

China Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a hard gemstone jade
a prediction oracle
people of high ranks lords
farmers with small villages peasents
a moral value ethics
the belif that people were bad by nature and needed to be controlled legalism
to be different vary
a series of rulers from the same family dynasty
who was said to have founded the Xia dynasty Yu the Great
the first dynasty Shang
the ideas of confucius confucianism
stressed living in harmoney with the Dao Daoism
a barrier that linked China's walls across China's northern frontier The Great Wall
a peasent who became an emperor Liu Bang
took the throne in 140 B.C Wudi
the use of using the postion of shadows cast by the sun to tell time sundial
inserting fine needles through the skin acupuncture
the title that Ying Zheng gave himself in 221B.C Shi Huangdi
the most famous Daoist teacher Laozi