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Shang Dynasty History

The Shang Dynasty, also known as Yin and Yin Shang, was the second dynasty in Chinese history and the first dynasty in China to have a direct written record of the same period. Shang Tang, the leader of the tribes of the merchants of the Xia dynasty, led the lords of the Shang dynasty in the Ming Dynasty (now Shangqiu). After his descendant Pan Geng moved to Yin (now Anyang), he was also called "Yin Shang". From 1600 BC to 1046 BC, it went through three major stages. The first stage is "pre-sale"; the second stage is "early quotation"; the third stage is "late quotation", which was passed down from 17th to 31th king for 600 years. The last king, Shang Yang, was defeated by King Zhou Wu in the battle of Makino. The Shang Dynasty was in the heyday of slavery. The slave owners and nobles were the ruling class, forming a huge bureaucratic rule and army.

History of the Shang Dynasty

Map of China during the Shang Dynasty