Shang dynasty

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Noun1.Shang dynasty - the imperial dynasty ruling China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries BCShang dynasty - the imperial dynasty ruling China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries BC
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
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Of course, tea has actually been a part of modern culture for thousands of years, from its origins as a medicinal drink during Chinas Shang Dynasty more than 3,000 years ago to its surge in popularity in 17th-century Britain, which later introduced tea to India.
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Although the Shang dynasty is famous for oracle bones, this book is set in the seventh-century Tang dynasty, specifically in the city of Chang'an (modern-day Xi'an).
Around 1200 BC, the Shang Dynasty in China developed a factory system to build thousands of huge bronze vessels for use in everyday life and ritual ceremonies.
The festival commemorates a general from the Shang Dynasty, Zhao Gongming (1562 - 1066 BCE), who after death became a god named Handan and was placed in charge of heaven's treasury.
The earliest-known records of the celebrations date back to as early as the 14th century B.C., when the Shang Dynasty was in power, according to the History Channel.
"Ge Dagger-Ax with Tiger Design" from Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 B.C.) is an example of how Chinese people adopted the tiger as a totem.
Tea drinking is believed to have begun in the Yunnan region during the Shang Dynasty in China, when it was used for medicinal purposes.
There is the account of Li Lizhen, the son of a minister executed at the end of the Shang dynasty in China, who adopted the name "Li" in gratitude for the refuge provided by a plum tree, li in Mandarin.
Although the Shang dynasty sometimes seems archaic and alien from the