QIN DYNASTY by bergen bartolomeo section b

Qin dynasty lasting contributes 3nd lasted in the ART,

Many contributes during the Qin dynasty that made it 3 successful during its time was the Great wall that provided protection of the boarders of China. Without, these great achievements of the Qin dynasty it would of never been as successful. For instance, the Great Wall of China provided protection against outsiders "The Great Wall of China expanded over 1,000 miles and 40 ft tall that allowed to make the Qin secure expanding west"(BBC 12) This indicates that the Great Wall of China allowed to protect and secure the Qin dynasty. In addition, it allowed Qin to be successful, stable, and not be corrupted by invasion like in many other dynasties like the Mongoloz. The wall continued to ensure the protection and allowed the Qin to become powerful. Another example, The Great Wall of China created a quick route for communicate about invasions. For reference, "Great Wall allowed for Chinese to communicate much faster and ensure for military to be prepared if something dangerous was happening"(BBC 10). This indicates that The Great Wall of China allowed guards to warn its nation to be prepared against enemy outsiders. This adds great stability of protection to keep China secured. This was ranked 3 sucessful to the Qin dynasty because, without, this wall protecting China, its nation would be very defenseless and powerless. The key too a successful nation is to have strong defense.

Many contributes that helped the Qin be the 1 successful was economics. Military tools and strategy allowed to gain excessive superiority dominance during its time. For instance, this gave the Qin a highly upper advantage "Many tools created with unique materials and advanced weapon technology with iron, steel, and clay gave the Qin army victory"(BBC 12). This indicates that Chinese have excelled in creating significant military tools that allowed the Qin to be the strongest of their time. This allowed the Qin to conquer many lands that made the economy stronger from goods, trading etc. Another example, is the battle formation the Qin used for strategic combat lead them to victory. For example, "Qin dynasty would surprises its enemy's from surrounding them from the back and the front lines"(BBC 10)This allowed the Qin to rise to superior dominance against all nations during warring states period against the Zhou dynasty. This further land to large amounts of resources, wealth, etc. The Qin began controlling majority of China. This is were Qin dynasty began striving with success and reached its prime during its time 221 bc of military power. This was ranked number 1 most sucessful because, Qin strong army allowed to take control of any nation. From this lead to wealth and power due to having a strong military.

The 4rd most that contributed in making the Qin dynasty successful was social. Many slaves that contributed in working and trading goods with other nations. Majority of the social class in the Qin dynasty were peasants that were used for cheap labor which, boosted the economy. For instance, "Majority of peasants worked on many jobs or activity as a daily life of being a peasant"(ABC 3). This allowed peasants or slaves to be payed less, but work as hard and productive as a wealthy middle class worker. This made society productive and efficient in working that boosted the economy by completing jobs to help the kings needs. Another example, was many slaves or peasant performed all the trading, exporting, and importing goods. For example, it states "Many low class or slaves, would trade with many resources to help boost the economy over seas"(BBC 19). Without, slaves or peasant Qin dynasty could of not been successful without the help of their work that overwhelming made the economy stronger. Qin dynasty gained lots of wealth from many resources from trading with many nations. From these resources, it allowed the advancement of the Qin against other nations. This was ranked 4th because, majority of the work done was by slaves or peasants that contributed to majority of buildings, making materials, etc.

The 6th that most contributed to Qin dynasty was religion. Religion in Qin dynasty during back than was legalism. Legilsim was too strict so, people with eventually feel to revolt. Legalism lead to signs of a cruel dictatorship. For example, during the Qin dynasty peasants revolted that caused a lot of corruption. "Corruption began spreading due to Qin greedy decisions and harsh laws"(John 2010). This lead to instability making the Qin dynasty falling and weakening. Many people could not stand up to this type of religion and refused orders. Another example, was this lead to mass violence from many continues revolts that began to ruin the Qin dynasty due to leaglism. For instance, "Violence from peasants refused to pay majority of taxes due to legalism taking action"(BBC 14). This indicates that many peasants began revolting against their ruler. Taxes were increased due to empire Qin trying to fix corruption of economy but failed. Violence kept spreading and many people began fleeing the country due to this disaster. This was ranked 6th because, reglion ruined Qin's success by causing many uprisings and violence that critically almost lead to the dynasty to a failure or end.

The 2th that most contributed to Qin was politics. Qin dynasty was the first dynasty to unify China making it as a whole and controlled the power to restore the rest of China corruption . This centralized power ended corruption. For example, " Qin Si Shuang from 221bc to 467 bc took as ruler ending corruption from many revolts and invasions"(BBC 13). This means that Qin has added stability to prevent further corruptions in the future. Qin began to create peace from this stability to prevent further revolts from peasant and reduced taxes as a reward. Another example, was power began to be controlled fairly and used properly. For instance "Qin did not become a avaricious leader and cared for his nation making the power centralized "(BBC 14). This indicates that the rulers of Qin began to centralize state power, creating a system of laws that were applicable throughout the country and dividing the state into a series of commandeers; ruled by officials appointed by the central government. Under these changes, Qin slowly started to conquer its surrounding states, emerging into a major power in China. This was ranked 2rd because, this was the first centralized unified dynasty and considered as the start of the golden age. This made Qin dynasty one of the best dynasty known compared to all of the other ones like Sui, Han, etc. This organized the Qin to be a well regulated efficient and productive society.

The 5th that most contributed to the Qin was intellectual. The ruler of the Qin was known to be a man to plan out his enemy moves. Qin dynasty developed a special type of writing only understood by officials and privates of the Qin dynasty. For instance, " Qin developed a military sign language to communicate with each other that made communication faster"(BBC 12). This allowed secrets and the hidden ways of the Qin to be private against outsiders. In addition, this was also used to have a formal way of writing ideas, creations, etc. Another example, was Qin had their own type of currency that allowed a own system of money. For insatnce "Qin had small bars of steel to represent certain amount of vaule to buy goods in the state"(Mark 2010). This indicates that Qin dynasty had a well regulated currency system used throughout the econmy. Overall, this was ranked 5th because intellectual was considered not necessary in making any dynasty successful and just added some features to the dynasty.

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