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the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279

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Among the more economically interesting characteristics of Song China was its widespread use of paper money.
Demystifying Growth and Development in North Song China, 960-1127.
2) While it was weak militarily, and was eventually conquered by the powerful army of Genghis Khan, Song China achieved significant advances in art, literature, science, and technology; the Chinese economy was more commercialized and life more urbanized in Song than in any previous or following dynasty.
Song China (960-1279) coexisted with a succession of powerful nomadic polities in the north, first the Liao empire (907-1125) and then the Jin empire (1115-1234).
The power structure was largely bipolar, shaped by the rivalry between the sedentary Song China and the nomadic Liao empire.
The singer has revealed new song China Love is based on her recollection of her fruitless love affair with an ancient Chinese warrior.
Mi Fu: Style and the Art of Calligraphy in Northern Song China.
The nine contributions that make up the main body of the text cover a wide variety of subjects, including rethinking the Sino-Japanes medical classics, the transmission of clinical medical knowledge in twelfth-century Song China, Chinese medical history from 1320 to 1800, and others.
Transformative journeys; travel and culture in Song China.
It had requested and received numerous Buddhist scriptures from Song China, and was an important nexus of the Buddhist communications and trade network between India and China.
Davis probes the politics and culture of late Song China in this brief but elegant book to show a compelling picture of an imperial court in decline, dominated by women and rash councilors like the pleasure-loving, corrupt Jia Sidao and the brilliant but unstable Chen Yizhong.
Among the topics are Jojin's discoveries in Song China, the Mongol invasions and the making of the iconography of foreign enemies as exemplified by Chikaumi jinja engi, Chinese books and 12th-century Japanese collectors, and Chinese and Arabic influences on medieval Japanese medicine.
By the late eleventh century, envoys to Song China were paid for their goods in copper coin and silver bullion, and no longer in the gold, silver or copper objects previously provided.
Divided by a common language; factional conflict in late Northern Song China.
Song China, there can be no doubt, was mostly looking towards the ports and countries along the western route.