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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mariah Armstrong on Sunday September 20, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HST 106 at Arizona State University taught by Dr. Sybil Thornton in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see Asian Civilizations in Global Studies at Arizona State University.
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Asian Civilizations Continued 0 Fusion of Kushan amp Roman trade 0 Kushans 15t7th CE Pushed out by the Huns amp Han Absorbed Shakas Kanishka most famous of rulers Patron of Buddhism Monasteries stupas Made the 4th Buddhist Council in Kashmir 0 Fusion Led to Gandhara Roman in uence in art Devotionalism led to anthropomorphism The South 0 Three Tamil Kingdoms Ceylon amp Sri Lanka 0 Chola o Pandya o Chera All have one capital temples etc Speak Tamil Dravidian language Started in Sangam Period 350 BCE 300 CE Kings protect priests reject Chola Empire biggest of the three 0 Simplicity of social structure Made huge army Central power LocalcouncHs Romans Jews Christians later Muslims o Ceylon Sri Lanka 1975 Buddhist amp lndoEuropean Vijaya 6th century CE Sinhala Lion people Singalese Language 2 main kingdoms Anuradhapura 437 BCE 845 CE Polonnaruwa 8461302 CE 0 Wet amp dry zones 0 Constant invasion by Chola 0 Southeast Asian Indigenous tradition Religion 0 Trade Endemic warfare o Ceylon irrigation o Chola maritime trade Khmer empire 0 Zhou Daguan
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