American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A Chinese dynasty (traditionally dated 1766-1122 B.C.) whose capital was present-day Anyang. The dynasty's reign was marked by a highly developed social structure, advanced writing, and the use of bronze.
- n. the imperial dynasty ruling China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries BC
“Jam at the Shang is co-presented by Shangri-La Edsa Plaza, Jam 88.3, and Smart Kid. posted by Dean at”
“In the ensuing discussion carried on in various writings for and against, which did not circulate beyond the circle of the missionaries only one of those working in China declared himself against the use of the name Shang-ti.”
“When we were there Dowe was almost blind and living in Shang, but had managed to collect”
“We saw in the Shû that the name Shang gave place to Yin after the time of Pan-kang, B.C. 1401 to 1374.”
“In China for instance, long before Buddhism and Taoism, the Chinese had a concept of one God who they refer to as Shang Di (Emperor of Heaven).”
“Antiquities Around 4,000 years ago, a group of warriors in northeastern China established the region's second dynasty, dubbed the Shang.”
“I was actually trying to single out Shang Yang from the rest of the 'legalists', and tried to argue that the later legalists probably have mis-understood Shang's spirit and believes. in other words, calling Shang a legalist is a misnomer.”
“The Shang were the first literate culture in East Asia and are well known for crafting ornate bronze ritual vessels.”
“The founder of the Yin, or sometimes called Shang, Dynasty.”
“_Yin_ dynasty (2205-1766 B.C.), also called Shang, ii. 23, iii.”
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