Artefacts and Inventions
Social Structures
Warfare
100

Who was responsible for the Great Wall of China?

Qin Shi Huang

100

Definition: A system of government, defined by a series of rulers from the same family

A Dynasty

100
Who was the Great Wall of China trying to keep out?

Northern invaders (Mongols)

200

How is silk made?

From silkworms 

200

What is the name of a person involved in selling or sypplying goods?

A merchant

200

What animal pulled a chariot?

A horse

300

What was the purpose of the Terracotta Army?

An afterlife army for Qin Shi Huang's tomb

300

What is the name of the mandate that says a ruler must be chosen by the gods?

Mandate of Heaven

300

What were the two main reasons of warfare in ancient China?

To gain land and to get rid of an old ruler

400

What was Emperor Qin looking for when alchemists discovered gunpowder? (bonus points for correct terminology)

Immortality (The Elixir of Life

400

Chinese tradition of women breaking their toes and wrapping them under their feet

Foot binding

400

What were the four major weapons of ancient China?

Bow (Gong),

Crossbow (Nu),

Sword (Dao),

Axe (Fu)

500
Starting with 'G' - what group of people came up with the compass? 

Geomancers

500

Who is directly below peasants on the social hierarchy of ancient China?

Merchants

500

Which branch of the army benefited from the compass the most?

Sailors

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