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  • ReplyGrace    Jun. 06, 2014 01:13

    Hi, I'm ugly. How did they transport thing during the Qin Dynasty?

    • Replied by: Coco   Jun. 06, 2014 21:13

      They mainly transported using carriages and horses. Also human being carried things for transporting!

  • ReplyTari    Jun. 03, 2014 01:39

    What different social roles did men and women have within the Qin dynasty?

    • Replied by: Sara   Jun. 04, 2014 21:50

      Man always tried their best to be an official in the court, while women choosed to stay at home to teach the children. Men alwasy joined social activities as many as possible, while women seldom did it.

  • ReplyZara    Jun. 03, 2014 01:41

    What wars and battles took place in the Qin dynasty? Please answer this, thankyou!

    • Replied by: Lisa   Jun. 04, 2014 21:44

      There are many wars during the Qin Dynasty, such as the battels between Huns in the northern part of China, the wars with people in the southwest part of China, the wars with other states before reunioning the country. All these wars were within China and most of them do not have a name.

  • Replylj    May. 23, 2014 01:38

    did the qin dynasty have any type of police? or spys?

    • Replied by: Juana   May. 23, 2014 04:54

      Qin featured centralization and the main power was all handled by central government. There were some ministers playing the role as police: Lang Zhong Ling in charge of security matters and Ting Wei in charge of judicature and lawsuits.

  • Replyjonathan    Apr. 21, 2014 10:57

    when was the last time you updated this site? I have to know for an essay I'm doing for launguage arts

    • Replied by: Warriortours.com   Apr. 21, 2014 21:38

      Dear Jonathan,Thank you for visiting Warriortours.com!Most of the pages on our site were updated in 2011. You can quote information on our site if you provide credit and sources back to our site.

  • Replyjackie    Apr. 14, 2014 12:29

    how did the political ideas affect the qin dynasty socitey classes

    • Replied by: Petter   Apr. 14, 2014 21:40

      under centralized power, upper classes were superior to lower classes.

  • Replycrystal   United States    Mar. 27, 2012 17:46

    I have a project on the qin dynasty, and it's an abc book. Got any ideas on what I can put on u?

    • Replied by: billy   Apr. 03, 2012 14:52

      i have i now it is so annoying

    • Replied by: Tom ( United States )   Apr. 05, 2012 19:59


    • Replied by: Niyelah   Oct. 30, 2013 07:12

      You could put unfair for the way shi huangdi treated his people

  • ReplyDresden    Apr. 11, 2013 07:10

    What did you call the money in the Qin dynesty?

    • Replied by: Cheryl   Apr. 11, 2013 19:22

      it was called "qian" in the Qin Dynasty.

    • Replied by: Niyelah   Oct. 30, 2013 07:10

      Cheryl I'm not saying your wrong but at lasalle 2 I'm in Chinese and we learned qian is how they have always said money

  • Replychits   Afghanistan    Dec. 01, 2008 06:03

    is chin dynasty and qin dynasty the same?

    • Replied by: someone ( United States )   Apr. 20, 2012 15:52

      no its really not

    • Replied by: Axel ( Germany )   Aug. 17, 2011 19:29

      Duh tha is how you pronounce Qin

    • Replied by: Person   Dec. 10, 2011 07:30

      no but qin and ch'in are the same

    • Replied by: lala   Feb. 07, 2013 17:46

      Yes Qin is prononced Chin in are language

    • Replied by: Colin ( United States )   Feb. 08, 2011 17:37

      No they are not the same. im a historian and a major in Chinese history. They are totally 2 different time periods

    • Replied by: Hello ( Mexico )   Feb. 28, 2012 20:14

      Catheren it actually is because there just different spelling.

    • Replied by: shelby shuttler ( United States )   Jan. 09, 2012 16:06

      you pronounce qin as chin

    • Replied by: Shy   Jan. 09, 2013 11:55

      It's pronoced chin or also know as Ch'in so they are they same thying

    • Replied by: Person ( United States )   Jan. 26, 2012 19:56

      No, it isn't

    • Replied by: indigo   Jul. 27, 2013 19:52

      I am doing a project on this guys, there was the Qin dynasty, when Qin Shi Huang ruled, and Qin is said as Chin...im chinese..it may be said differently in different parts of Asia but in mandarin its pronounced as 'chin'. and im not argueing just saying, so please don't argue! thanks :D

    • Replied by: df2t213fes   Jun. 19, 2013 05:20

      no they are totally the different

    • Replied by: Tristen   Mar. 05, 2013 13:33

      duh i am in sixth grade and I know that qin is pronouced Chin

    • Replied by: ely   May. 21, 2013 05:28

      yes it is, only in chinese qin is pronounced chin so if some one says qin dynasty or chin dynasty it means the same thing.(qin is the proper way to spell it)

    • Replied by: Emma   Oct. 09, 2013 08:08


    • Replied by: Fern21   Oct. 09, 2013 18:48

      They are both completely different time periods and just because they are are pronounced the same does not necessarily mean they are the same.

    • Replied by: yo dawg   Oct. 14, 2013 06:17

      it is the same

    • Replied by: Smarty ( United States )   Oct. 17, 2011 15:12

      qin is pronounced chin

    • Replied by: UHHH   Oct. 20, 2013 18:48

      yes, chin is just how to say it

    • Replied by: Niyelah   Oct. 30, 2013 07:08

      The chin and Qin are the same Colin

    • Replied by: mr ( Bahamas )   Sep. 15, 2010 06:06


    • Replied by: Catherine Bauregard ( United Kingdom )   Sep. 26, 2010 18:41

      uhhh. no its really not..

    • Replied by: stone ( United States )   Sep. 27, 2012 11:07

      yes you prounce qin chin

    • Replied by: akboarder ( United States )   Sep. 28, 2010 16:53

      yes it is the same

  • Replysara    Jan. 30, 2013 16:29

    I'm doing a project about the Qin and Han dynasties and I need to know what the social structure is?if you can answer thank you!

    • Replied by: Tristen   Mar. 05, 2013 13:35

      I am doing the same project at buckeye so I do not want to give stuff away to other groups

  • Replyautumn    Jan. 31, 2013 08:17

    i am doing a project on qin dynasty what is qin dynasty and where was qin dynasty but i cant find any answers and i have to do a 2 page or more essay on qin so please help me:(

    • Replied by: Alexa   Feb. 07, 2013 16:56

      They are located in China and are a ruling family

    • Replied by: averynn   Feb. 14, 2013 13:02

      I also have to do a report on it. As far as I know, Ch'in and Qin are not the same, you know, since the emperor Ch'in named China after himself and all... I need to know about their effect on modern China. The Qin dynasty took place in China, I'm not sure if that's what you meant.

    • Replied by: averynn   Feb. 14, 2013 13:03

      Of course on this website there isn't a seperate one for anything called the Ch'in so maybe they're the same

    • Replied by: yamiiiii and mia   Feb. 19, 2013 07:47

      heyy guys im workin on this class project but i dont know what type of economy it is in

  • ReplyAlexa    Feb. 07, 2013 16:57

    What were some Qin dynasty crops??

  • ReplyAdmira   United States    Nov. 15, 2012 18:09

    did the Qin tax their people? If so, how would taxing their people make the empire stronger?

    • Replied by: Tbow55 ( United States )   Nov. 26, 2012 19:22

      they did tax their people heavily, and this created unrest in the peasant class, forcing them to rebel eventually overthrow the government

  • ReplySavannah   United States    Oct. 19, 2012 07:31

    What was the economy like?

    • Replied by: Rita   Oct. 19, 2012 19:49

      agriculture took the main place,and they applied the private ownership land policy. the government also encouraged the development of commercial.

  • ReplyTaneesha   Australia    Oct. 14, 2012 22:58

    Soo, what was the big downfall? like what happened?

    • Replied by: Tina   Oct. 15, 2012 18:37

      Qin's tyranny, heavy hard labor, endless military service and taxes, and rude punishments brought people great disasters and suffering, which led to peasants uprising.

    • Replied by: Taneesha   Oct. 16, 2012 00:08

      Okay.. Thanks :)

  • Replyrobert   United States    May. 23, 2012 20:25

    what was qin social structure

  • ReplyNyanFan   Canada    Dec. 17, 2011 20:05

    I'm in GATE(Gifted and Talented Education) Grade 5 doing a project on the Qin Dynasty and would like to ask: Did they have religions? If so what are they? And what did they value? Thanks if you anwser!

    • Replied by: Ashley   Dec. 18, 2011 18:27

      the religion during the Qin Dynasty was Taoism, but not a complete system.

    • Replied by: funny frog ( Singapore )   Mar. 05, 2012 01:45

      They believed in afterlife that is why the buried the terra cotta warriors so the had strength and an army to rule

    • Replied by: crystal ( United States )   Mar. 27, 2012 17:49

      everyone knows what gate is. and haven't u ever heard of the internet?

  • Replytt    Mar. 14, 2012 13:38

    what is the political system and government in the Qin dynasty

    • Replied by: Sherry   Mar. 14, 2012 18:52

      the Qin Dynasty adopted the centralized polical system, which means that the emperor centralized all the political, economical and military power in his hands to make sure that his power was supreme.

  • ReplyEmerson A.J.   United States    Apr. 28, 2011 20:23

    what type of economy did they have?

    • Replied by: Person   Dec. 10, 2011 07:31

      They had coins called "Ban Liang"
      They were round and had square holes in the middle

    • Replied by: kdf   Jun. 30, 2011 17:04

      they used small shells and coins i think

    • Replied by: Qin Emperor ( China )   Mar. 05, 2012 01:48

      the round bit meant sky and the square is the earth so it means the sky covering the earth. Also means strength and courage

      Good Luck From The Qin Dynasty

  • ReplyKristina    Nov. 30, 2011 16:26

    What were some major inventions of Qin dynasty?

    • Replied by: abcd   Jan. 19, 2012 20:23

      the great wall of chins

    • Replied by: looloo234466   Jan. 19, 2012 20:25

      i think you mean the great wall of china

    • Replied by: funny frog ( Singapore )   Mar. 05, 2012 01:43

      vessles made with jade and carvings

    • Replied by: Bonnie   Nov. 30, 2011 19:16

      it is said that Chinese writing brush was invented during the Qin Dynasty.
      in addition, Qin Shihuang Unified currency at that time.

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