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Chapter 9: (1500 CE – 1700 CE)

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    • 9.1: Regional configurations of historical territories
    • 9.2: Joseon Dynasty (Late 15th century - 1868)
      Joseon (also transcribed as "Choson") was a period of scientific and technological inventions and cultural efflorescence. Founded in 1392 by Yi Seong-gye[1] and lasting until 1910, Korean artistic identity developed as distinct from China and Japan.
    • 9.3: Mughal and Rajput (1530 – Late 18th century)
      During the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries, artwork in India was based on three different religious principles, Islamic, Hindu, or Buddhism, illustrating India's culture and beauty.
    • 9.4: Qing Dynasty (1636 - 1911)
      When the Manchus from the northern part of China descended into the south, they overtook the Ming dynasty, starting the Qing dynasty with a set of rulers that endeared for almost three hundred years.
    • 9.5: Kano School 1490 CE – 1868 CE)
    • 9.6: Asian Landscapes (Late 1500s – 1700)
      The Manchus were a people who originated from Northeast Asia. In 1644, they established the Qing Dynasty, the last of the great imperial dynasties in China. Under the Manchus, art in China underwent significant changes as the new rulers brought with them their cultural traditions. Blended with Chinese traditions, they created a distinctive form of art still celebrated today. Under the Manchus, the art of calligraphy underwent significant changes.


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