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Alexander Zubarev Outline for Chapter V This chapter focuses partly on importance of nomadic tribes the decline of all classical civilizations and the rise of 3 religions 2 of them major world religions Nomads have connected major empires and encouraged trade almost all throughout human history The silk routes were one of the most famous such trade routes They connected Western China Mediterranean and even Western Europe Many civilizations had to go far from their borders to protect such trade routes from hostile nomads Nomads played a crucial role in spreading trade until the Industrial Revolution offered railroads and steamboats--a more effective efficient and faster way to trade Besides trade nomads spread a lot of technological achievements and inventions For instance nomads spread the skill of making paper from China to Arabic world either intentionally or unintentionally Finally nomads spread the military tactics and techniques Hit-and-run tactics or guerilla warfare is one example of it Not only civilized countries adapted some of the tactics the nomads used but also developed tactics against them hence the Great Wall of China was constructed They also spread crops and occasionally diseases Japanese were developing in considerable isolation and in a peculiar way Japanese somehow skipped the stage of using copper and bronze instead going on from Stone Age to Iron Age Thanks to this leap Northern Europe as well as some Slavic tribes was dangerously behind Japan In the Americas meanwhile things were developing ever so slowly Potato was already developed but corn was just developing By 100 AD the Han dynasty started to deteriorate Confucianism started to become weak and bureaucrats became more criminal As Confucianism grew weak Taoists took advantage and Daoism became the dominant religion Epidemics and disease also took hold Buddhism was another religion that took advantage in the decline of Confucianism China started to recover only since 618 AD Confucianism and bureaucracy were revived The structural governmental systems of Classical China were so
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