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Topic: Early Chinese: Religion to Justify and Strengthen Power
Read: Richard W. Bulliet, et al., The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, Fourth Edition (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007), http://www.scuc.txed.net/webpages/cbaker/ap_world_history.cfm?subpage=28526
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Answer three of the questions posed at the beginning (and end) of chapter 1 in at least four to six sentences for each response.
Pose two questions about chapter 1 and then answer them in at least four to six sentences.
(Research an image related to chapter 1, include a link to it, and explain what it is and what it tells us about the time and place that it comes from in at least four to six sentences.)***Image can`t be found through Wiki or Baidu, should be found through professional websites or articles. And, you must explain!!
Those are requirements, 6 paragraphs.
Name Professor Course Date Chapter 2 1 How did early Chinese rulers use religion to justify and strengthen their power? Throughout history, powerful rulers have incorporated religion to strengthen their positions. Chinese Shang rulers also acted as the intermediaries between their kingdoms and protective ancestors and gods. They used bronze vessels to make offerings to their gods and ancestral spirits and powerful families in the kingdom were buried in good tombs with a belief that they will serve them in the afterlife. The concept of the ruler being a div