The four occupations or "four categories of the people" was a hierarchic social
class structure ... During the ancient Shang and Zhou dynasties, the shi were
regarded as a knightly social ...
The Shang Dynasty was located in the Yellow River valley in China in the second
millennium BCE. It was a society which followed a class system of ...
Social structure hierarchies were prevalent in most of the parts of the world. ...
The social classes of ancient China can beclassified into four major categories. ...
called as scholars, nong as farmers, gong as artisans and shang as merchants.
In addition to bronze, examples of the early Chinese writing system can be found
on oracle bones, another type of artifact characteristic to the Shang dynasty.
The Shang was the first of those brilliant civilizations for which there are records.
There were ... The social structure of the Shang state was feudal. There was a
ruling class responsible for waging wars, defensive and offensive. The Shang ...
Shang Dynasty Chinese History including developments in politics, economics, ...
Walled cities began to form with extravagant upper classes and rulers. ... other
ancient civilizations the Shang developed their own irrigation systems to use the
The Shang Dynasty marked the middle of China's bronze Age and was a ... and
the officials belonged to a hereditary class of aristocrats, usually related to the ...
The Shang political system was organized into a hierarchy, meaning that it had ...
Feb 4, 2015 ... Ancient China: Shang & Zhou Dynasties .... In this lesson we'll explore the class
system which existed in ancient China, its origins, and the ...
The Ming Dynasty social structure had evolved over hundreds of years and was
... classifications in Ming society and they were: Shi, Nong, Gong, and Shang.
ocean.otr.usm.edu/~w416373/HIS 101 honors/Lsn 4 Ancient China (Shang and Zhou Dynasties).ppt
Shang Dynasty 1766 to 1122 B.C.; Zhou Dynasty 1122 to 256 B.C.; Tang Dynasty
... system (made possible by the centralizing authority of the Shang and Zhou
Dynasties) ... Semi-servile class that lived in the countryside and did not own land