HIST 165A: China in the Ancient World
Introduces the history of ancient China. It begins with the emergence of lifeways associated with farming and pastoralism. It covers kingship and empire, philosophy, religion, and the interactions between China and its neighbors. It ends with the reunification of China under the Sui dynasty in the sixth century.
Prerequisite: At least one lower division history course or consent of instructor.
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