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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Song_dynasty

The Song dynasty was an era of Chinese history that began in 960 and continued until 1279. ... The expansion of the population, growth of cities, and the emergence of a ... yearly campaigns into northern Song territory until 1005, when the signing of the ..... The visual arts during the Song dynasty were heightened by new ...

www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/china-history/the-song-dynasty.htm

Find more facts, culture, economy and society development of the dynasty here. ... The Song empire enjoyed unprecedented economic growth. ... Scholars think that the population in the region first exceeded 100 million during the Song era. ... At the end of the Tang Dynasty (618–907), the territory was divided among ...

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+ A New Kind of City ... Map showing both Northern and Southern Song dynasties. See China dynasty maps at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts' “The Art of Asia” ... The population grew rapidly during this time, and more and more people ... 1127, China passed through a phase of economic growth that was unprecedented in ...

www.britannica.com/topic/Song-dynasty

Song dynasty: (960–1279), Chinese dynasty that ruled the country during ... See Article History ... But they were unable to take those regions of Song territory south of the ... paper currency came into increasing use, and several cities with populations of ... The last of the Northern Song emperors was himself perhaps the most ...

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At the beginning of the new millennium, four distinct cultural and political .... Yet the growth of Islam did not bring local populations together under a .... Song emperors negotiated peace terms with gifts and generous trade .... Initially, the Mongols added territory in order to graze their herds, but then sought to increase their ...

chinesehistorydigest.com/songdynasty.html

See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons ... comprised mainly of the agricultural heartland of China (with a population of about 100 million people). ... Besides trying to expand their territory militarily, the Song rulers also took ... losing their new empire again through military action by local military leaders ...

www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/the-population-control-holocaust

While Malthus's argument that human population growth invariably leads to famine ... Meanwhile, on the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, a mass sterilization program ... According to the report of a medical fact-finding mission conducted in 1975, the ..... Song proposed that China's rulers set a limit of one child per family, effective ...

kuscholarworks.ku.edu/bitstream/handle/1808/13656/Dardess%20Mongols.pdf?sequence=1

Intelligentsia in China from the Northern Song to the Early Ming.” In ... did China travel to get from there to here? ... As the national territory expanded, and as its rulers struggled over issues re- lated to ... there, beyond Northern Song control, of sinophone populations who .... new space for the expansion of Chinese society.

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Oral traditions credit a single legendary and heroic figure with the final act of unification: Sunjata, the most powerful of the Mali rulers, finally subjected the. Soso people ... wealth not only cements the incorporation of new territories into a single unity but .... variation in women's social positions increased with the growth of the.