10. Chinas Han Dynasty - The First Empire in Flames
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A city in ruins. A dynasty in tatters. An empire in ashes...
This episode, we look at the remarkable story of the first empire of ancient China, the Han dynasty. With ancient Chinese poetry, songs and folk music, we look back at the first empire's rise, its remarkable technological advances, and its first, tentative attempts to make contact with the empires of the west. Finally, we look at all the reasons behind the first age of Imperial China's final, dramatic fall.
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The Rise & Fall of Chinas Han Dynasty Empire…and it’s Rise & Fall Again
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The Fall of the Han China
In this final installment of the Han Dynasty overview we look at the reign of Wang Mang during the short lived Xin Dynasty and the Eastern (or Later) Han Dynasty that followed. The Eastern Han was a period of endless skullduggery at the imperial court where the palace eunuchs rose to power and meddled endlessly behind the scenes. The final years of the Eastern Han were times of great chaos where the empire ultimately broke up into three kingdoms. This was the time of Cao Cao, Liu Bei and Sun Quan. When the Eastern Han ended in 220AD, the three kingdoms of Wei, Shu and Wu battled for supremacy in China for sixty years.
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6-10 China’s First Empire The Qin Dynasty
What was China's first Emperor like?
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In China's First Empire: The Qin Dynasty, students will find the answers to these questions and much more. Students will read about the rise and fall of the Qin Dynasty.
The Glories of the Han Dynasty Lecture 5_10.18
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Just fifteen years after Qin Shi Huang united seven warring states to establish China’s first imperial dynasty, instability following the emperor’s death led to the founding of a new dynasty known as the Han (206 BCE – 220 CE). For most of the next four hundred years, the Han Dynasty presided over a golden age of economic prosperity where the empire expanded, trade flourished, and culture thrived. These formational years, played an important role in the development of China’s imperial bureaucracy and the growth of Confucianism which have had a lasting impact on all of the dynasties that followed.
“The Glories of the Han Dynasty” is a 5-week lecture series exploring the culture of the Han Dynasty through its history, literature, economy, politics, scholarship, and visual arts. Each lecture will be delivered by a prominent scholar covering a crucial aspect of Han Dynasty civilization, including the growth of the Silk Road, the role of Confucianism, and the writing of Sima Qian’s Records of the Grand Historian. The topics will elaborate and expand upon many of the themes touched upon by China Institute’s exhibition Dreams of the Kings: A Jade Suit for Eternity, Treasures of the Han Dynasty from Xuzhou.
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Wednesday, October 18, 6:30–8:00PM
Valerie Hansen, Professor of History, Yale University
– The Silk Road During the Han Dynasty
Traditional Chinese historians have typically dated the earliest Chinese participation in the Silk Road trade to Zhang Qian’s trip to Central Asia in the 130s and 120s BCE. How does this claim stand up in light of archaeological evidence?
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中国兴衰史 00 鲍姆教授简介
China—the world's oldest continuous civilization—has undergone an astonishing transformation in a brief span of recent history. Since the collapse of its once-glorious empire in 1911, China has seen decades of epic turmoil and upheavals, emerging in the new century as both an authoritarian megastate and an economic powerhouse, poised to become an imposing global force.
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Laszlo continues on with his China Dynasty Overview. This time the Han Dynasty will be introduced and he traces it along from the regime it evolved from to its establishment of power and eventual decline after centuries of dominance.
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THE HAN DYNASTY |10 things that you might not know | Itihas
The Han dynasty was the second imperial dynasty of China (206 BC–220 AD), preceded by the Qin dynasty (221–206 BC) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms period (220–280 AD). Spanning over four centuries, the Han period is considered a golden age in Chinese history. To this day, China's majority ethnic group refers to themselves as the Han Chinese (Han Zu) and the Chinese script is referred to as Han characters. In this video we present video about ten surprising facts about Han dynasty;
1. Founder of Han Dynasty
2. Han Dynasty was a period of economic prosperity
3. An Emperor had many responsibilities.
4. Establishment of Silk road
5.Establishment of civil services
6. Longest period Han ruler
7. Paper was invented during Han rule
8. Progress in Science, Maths and Technology
9. The Legacy of the Han Dynasty
10. End of the dynasty
Han Xin - The Invincible General of Early Han Dynasty
Han Xin was appointed as the commander in chief of Liu Bang’s army when he was only 25 years old. He would then proceed to defeat his master’s rival, Xiang Yu and conquer the rest of China. He owed all of this to getting bullied in his youth.
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8. The Sumerians - Fall of the First Cities
In the dusts of Iraq, the ruins of the world's first civilization lie buried.
This episode, we travel into the extremely distant past to look at the Sumerians. These ancient people invented writing and mathematics, and built some of the largest cities that the world had ever seen. Find out about the mystery of their origins, and learn how they rose from humble beginnings to form the foundation of all our modern societies. With myths, proverbs and even some recreated Sumerian music, travel back to where it all began, and find out how humanity's first civilization fell.
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By the end of the 2nd century the Han dynasty was on the verge of collapse. Ambitious warlords from across the lands would now seize their chance to shape their own destinies and the future of the empire. Among the first to leave their mark would be Dong Zhuo, warlord of northwest China. His actions would set in motion the events of the Three Kingdoms period.
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10 Fateful Events In The Fall Of The Han Dynasty
One of the most romanticized periods in human history is the Three Kingdoms era of ancient China. It’s been retold in novels, plays, movies, and video games. The fall of the Han dynasty set the stage, but those early years were also filled with drama, deception, betrayal . . . and bloody cruelty.Romance of the Three Kingdoms is a classic in Chinese literature. It’s a fictional retelling of the real-life heroes and villains who battled for control in the ruins of the Han dynasty. But since this novel invents some characters and gives others magical powers, it cannot be used as a reliable source.To make this article as historically accurate as possible, we’ve relied largely on Sima Guang’s historical records book, the Zizhi Tongjian, translated by Rafe de Crespigny. It’s a collection of accounts containing direct quotes from the emperor and his officials as they held court.
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Han Dynasty | The Golden Age of China History
The '''Han dynasty''' or the '''Han Empire''' was the second imperial dynasty of China ( 206 BC–220 AD ) , preceded by the Qin dynasty ( 221–206 BC ) and succeeded by the Three Kingdoms period ( 220–280 AD ) . Spanning over four centuries, the Han period is considered a golden age in Chinese history. To this day, China's majority ethnic group refers to themselves as the Han people and the Chinese script is referred to as Han characters. It was founded by the rebel leader Liu Bang, known posthumously as Emperor Gaozu of Han, and briefly interrupted by the Xin dynasty ( 9–23 AD ) of the former regent Wang Mang. This interregnum separates the Han dynasty into two periods: the '''Western Han''' or '''Former Han''' ( 206 BC – 9 AD ) and the '''Eastern Han''' or '''Later Han''' ( 25–220 AD ) .
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In Our Time: S14/17 The Safavid Dynasty
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Safavid Dynasty, rulers of the Persian empire between the 16th and 18th centuries. In 1501 Shah Ismail, a boy of fifteen, declared himself ruler of Azerbaijan. Within a year he had expanded his territory to include most of Persia, and founded a ruling dynasty which was to last for more than two hundred years. At the peak of their success the Safavids ruled over a vast territory which included all of modern-day Iran. They converted their subjects to Shi'a Islam, and so created the religious identity of modern Iran - although they were also often ruthless in their suppression of Sunni practices. They thrived on international trade, and their capital Isfahan, rebuilt by the visionary Shah Abbas, became one of the most magnificent cities in the world. Under Safavid rule Persia became a cultural centre, producing many great artists and thinkers.
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Achievements of the Han Dynasty
The Han Dynasty is often referred to as the golden age of ancient China. The Han Dynasty achievements include many new inventions and advancements. The Han dynasty government adopted Confucianism, a centralized government, and adopted civil service exams to place government employees.
This Dynasty started when the populous revolted against the Qin Dynasty following Shi-Huangdi's death. Liu Bang came out on top and became the first emperor of the Han Dynasty in 202 BCE. In 140 BCE, Emperor Wudi came into power and instituted the famed civil service exam.
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Carbonaceous nanoparticle formation in flames, Speaker: Markus Kraft
Combustion Webinar Lecture 08/29/2020
Carbonaceous nanoparticles formed in flames play an important role in materials synthesis as carbon blacks. They also pose risks as unwanted combustion emissions in the forma of soot. Understanding and modeling the formation and evolution of these nanoparticles is still a major challenge. Significant advances in experimental techniques in the last decade have allowed the gas phase precursors and the transformation from molecule to nanoparticle to be observed. Questions remain surrounding the various mechanisms that lead to nanoparticle formation and the internal structure of these particles is still not fully understood. In this talk, some recent findings and computational techniques in this exciting area will be presented.
Prof Markus Kraft is a Fellow of Churchill College Cambridge and Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. He is the director of CARES, the Singapore-Cambridge CREATE Research Centre, and Principle Investigator of C4T the “Cambridge Centre for Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technology”, which is a CARES research programme. Professor Kraft obtained the academic degree 'Diplom Technomathematiker' at the University of Kaiserslautern in 1992 and completed his Doctor rerum naturalium in Chemistry at the same University in 1997. Subsequently, he worked at the University of Karlsruhe and the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics in Berlin. In 1999 he became a lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge. In 2012 he obtained a ScD form the same University. He has a strong interest in the area of computational modelling and optimisation targeted towards developing CO2 abatement and emissions reduction technologies for the automotive, power and chemical industries. More recently he takes interest in the application of dynamic knowledge graphs to above mentioned areas.
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SFHS Presents Jim Schein - Author of Gold Mountain, Big City
For this week’s Online History Adventure we are pleased to present Jim Schein, author of the recently published book Gold Mountain, Big City. The book provides an opportunity to experience the history of Chinatown through a new, immersive lens. This colorful and playful time capsule of San Francisco’s Chinatown illuminates the unique businesses, culture, and people encountered by illustrator Ken Cathcart between 1939 and 1955. Each quadrant of Cathcart’s map, which doubles as a guide for explorers of the book, is supplemented with never-before-seen black-and-white photographs. Gold Mountain, Big City leads readers into a world of curious characters, revealing a glimpse of the immigration story so universal to America in both its celebratory aspects and its darkness. We hope you enjoy the journey.
Economy of the Han dynasty
00:00:00 Introduction : Economy of the Han dynasty
00:03:57 Part 1: Monetary system and urbanization
00:03:57 Chapter 1: Urbanization and population
00:06:12 Chapter 2: Variations in currency
00:10:49 Chapter 3: Circulation and salaries
00:13:44 Part 2: Taxation, property, and social class
00:13:44 Chapter 1: Landowners and peasants
00:19:29 Chapter 2: Subsistence
00:23:42 Chapter 3: Tax reforms
00:27:42 Chapter 4: Conscription
00:29:39 Chapter 5: Merchants
00:31:33 Part 3: Crafts, industries, and government employment
00:31:33 Chapter 1: Private manufacture and government monopolies
00:31:33 Section 1: Iron and salt
00:33:55 Section 2: Grain
00:35:54 Chapter 2: Government workshops
00:38:46 Chapter 3: Public construction projects
00:42:00 Part 4: Domestic trade
00:42:00 Chapter 1: Traded goods and commodities
00:46:41 Chapter 2: Estate management and trade
00:50:59 Part 5: Foreign trade and tributary exchange
00:59:09 Postscript : Information about this video and recording.
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Silver Screen Science - Tremors
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A Conversation with Xiaoze Xie
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