A history of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.] eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 469 pages of information about A history of China., [3d ed. rev. and enl.].

Shintoism, Japanese religion, 44

Ships, 168 (see Navy)

Short stories, 255

Shoulder axes, 10

Shu (Szechwan), area and/or state, 219

Shu-Han dynasty, 108, 110, 111, 115

Shun, dynasty, 268;
  mythical ruler, 17

Shun-chih, reign period, 270

Sian (Hsi-an, Ch’ang-an), city, 31, 33, 35, 97

Siao Ho (Hsiao Ho), jurist, 80

Silk, 20-1, 56, 90-1, 105, 116, 143, 185, 186, 209, 214, 276, 289, 303;
  Silk road, 86

Silver, 211, 251-2, 276

Sin-lo (Hsin-lo, Silla), state of Korea, 141

Sinanthropos, 8

Sinkiang (Hsin-Chiang, Turkestan), 14, 248, 294, 329, 330

Slash and burn agriculture (denshiring), 12

Slaves, 26, 32, 79, 94, 123, 137-8, 143;
  Slave society, 26;
  Temple slaves, 146

Social mobility, 73-4, 196, 197, 218-19;
  Social structure of tribes, 117

Socialism, 93 ff., 291
  (see Marxism, Communism)

Sogdiana, country in Central Asia, 45, 60, 134-5, 163, 174, 184

Soul, concept of soul, 32

South-East Asia, 9, 10, 14, 198, 201 250, 275, 324
  (see Burma, Champa, Cambodia, Annam, Laos, Vietnam,
     Tonking, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Mon-Khmer)

Soviet Republics, 294, 312, 328
  (see Russia)

Speculations, financial, 227

Ssu-ma, clan, 113-14

Ssu-ma Ch’ien, historian, 103-4

Ssu-ma Kuang, historian, 220

Ssu-ma Yen, ruler, 114, 115

Standardization, 64 ff.

States, territorial and national, 37, 51;
  State religion, 145-6, 180

Statistics, 83
  (see Population)

Steel, 56, 198

Steppe, 9

Stone age, 8 ff.

Stratification, social, 29
  (see Classes, Social mobility)

Strikes, 198

Students, 304-5, 306, 320

Su Chuen, rebel, 156

Su Tsung, T’ang ruler, 185

Su Tung-p’o, poet, 219

su-wang (uncrowned king), 43

Sui, dynasty, 151

Sun Ts’e, ruler, 100, 101
Sun Yat-sen (Sun I-hsien), revolutionary leader, president, 280,
  299, 300, 302, 305, 309, 311, 312, 313, 315, 318, 321

Sung, dynasty, 207, 208 ff., 238;
  Liu-Sung dynasty, 159 ff.

Szechwan (Ssu-ch’uan), province, 101, 139, 156, 157, 159, 185,
  190, 199, 200, 202, 207, 214, 215, 219, 262, 301
  (see Shu)

Ta-tan (Tatars), tribal federation, 233

Tada, Japanese militarist, 295

Tai, tribes, 17, 19, 21, 111, 152
  (see Thailand)

Tai Chen, philosopher, 279

Tai Ch’ing dynasty (Manchu), 267

T’ai P’ing, state, 274, 289 ff., 333

T’ai Tsu, Sung ruler, 209; Manchu ruler, 257

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