Today, Chinese use pottery. They also make different sculptures with clay, the same thing they used back then.
The shang dynasty used technology such as bronze, pottery, and sculptures!
A dynasty and it used messangers
The Shang Dynasty
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What dynasty began using bronze and advanced the use of bronze It was the Shang Dynasty.
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Cowrie Shells on a string.
'cause they felt like it
Paper is the invention made by the Han Dynasty that we still use today.
Ancestor and spirit worshiping cult (Wikipedia.org)
your mom did.
The Shang Dynasty accomplished four main things in effecting today's Chinese culture. 1)They developed and origionated what is now known today as Chinese manuscript 2)The Shang also passed down the political system known as a heirarchy. 3)The Shang Dynasty excisted during China's bronze age, and so they passed on Bronze Technology. 4)Lastly, the use of chariot and bronze weapons in warfare, was also passed down to the Chinese.
Shang dynasty,you should be happy it is right....smile........(you right)
11th century B.C.E With Shang and Zhou dynasty
The Zhou Dynasty contributed to the use of iron.said to have created the Mandate Heaven.Defeated the Shang Dynasty.Immortal at about 3000 BCE.
The Shang Dynasty used oracle bones to ask the ancestors for advice, if you found one they came in questions and were buried
The Zhou Dynasty occurred right after the Shang Dynasty, and just before the Qin Dynasty.You are not older than the Zhou Dynasty!The Chinese people developed advanced procedures of bronze-ware making during the Zhou Dynasty.
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The Chinese number systems derived from the number systems that were in use in the Shang Dynasty.
its not really stated but they worship Shang-Ti known as the supreme god and the spirits of heaven and their ancestors.
The ancient Shang Dynasty operated at a very high level of civilization and had the earliest examples of Chinese writing. The Shang society was mainly agricultural with knowledge and use of animal husbandry. They were also known to practice human sacrifice.