Shang

[n] - the imperial dynasty ruling China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries BC
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Shang

Shang dynasty noun the imperial dynasty ruling China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries BC
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Shang

Shang (shäng) or Yin,dynasty of China, which ruled, according to traditional dates, from c.1766 B.C. to c.1122 B.C. or, according to some modern scholars, from c.1523 B.C. to c.1027 B.C. It is the first historic dynasty of China; its legendary founder, T'ang, is said to have defeated the last H...
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Shang

The shang ({bo|w=gchang}) is a Tibetan a ritual upturned flat handbell employed by Bonpos and shamans. Shang range in size from approximately three to 20 inches in diameter. They are traditionally believed to originate in Zhangzhung and are symbolically similar to the dril bu or ghanta. Shang are traditionally consecrated and made of sophisticated...
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