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16 Facts About Ancient China
Agriculture in Ancient China developed gradually, with initial domestication of a few grains and animals gradually being expanded by the addition of many others over subsequent millennia.
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The dynasty is generally considered mythical by Western scholars, but in Ancient China it is usually associated with the early Bronze Age site at Erlitou that was excavated in Henan in 1959.
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Traditional social structure and culture in Ancient China underwent immense transform during the Mongol dominance.
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Ancient China proclaimed himself emperor and founded the Ming dynasty in 1368.
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In 1449 Esen Tayisi led an Oirat Mongol invasion of northern Ancient China which culminated in the capture of the Zhengtong Emperor at Tumu.
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Between 1673 and 1681, the Kangxi Emperor suppressed the Revolt of the Three Feudatories, an uprising of three generals in Southern Ancient China who had been denied hereditary rule of large fiefdoms granted by the previous emperor.
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Ancient China never rebuilt a strong central army, and many local officials used their military power to effectively rule independently in their provinces.
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The Republic of Ancient China was proclaimed on 1 January 1912, ending 2, 000 years of dynastic rule.
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The virus' origin in Ancient China has led to misinformation, including conspiracy theories that suggest the virus originated in a Chinese laboratory and was genetically engineered.
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