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The Golden Ages of the Tang and Song Dynasties of China and the Byzantine Empire

Summary: The achievements of two famous "Golden Ages": The Tang and Song Dynasties of China and the Byzantine Empire of eastern Europe. A Golden Age is a period of peace when the economy prospers and civilization is advanced.
Throughout history, many cultures have experienced a Golden Age. A golden age is a time period for a region when the economy prospers, everything is peaceful and there is no war or warfare. The Tang and Song dynasties of China and the Byzantine Empire have both experienced Golden ages.

During Tang and Song China, China prospered. During these two dynasties China was thought to be the most advanced place in the world at that time period. To be considered educated you had to know poetry. Tang Poetry was very popular and talked about the shortness of life and the immensity of the universe. During the Tang, Buddhism spread, farming increased and learning and the arts continued. Emperors redistributed land to peasants and charged them taxes, as a result the government got more money and the economy prospered. To get a position in Government, you had to pass a...

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