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What was the state religion of China begun by the Han Dynasty? A. Buddhism B. Confucianism C. Shinto D. Islam

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  1. pfenn1
    • 4 years ago
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    Check this website for an answer: http://ilookchina.net/tag/han-dynasty/

  2. allsatrpanda
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    A. Buddhisim

  3. alevine
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    Buddhism

  4. pfenn1
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    Actually, the site I cited above says: "In 110 BC, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty made Confucianism the state religion to strengthen and centralize his power."

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