Formation of States in Southeast Asia

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This group includes Kylie Dawson, Emily Carnahan, & Taylor Lamey

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  • In the Southeast Asia a lot of organized states were formed. Most of Southeast Asia look like a peninsula and it has a chain of islands, mountain ranges, and river valleys
  • During the Chinese rule, the Vietnamese took over and created their own states. All the new states had to deal with trade and the demand of spices on a daily basis.
  • The set up of the states was when people of religion began to form states, they used models from China and India. Religion was a major factor on this, Hindu and Buddhist ideas began to move into the area . Old beliefs were blended with those of new faith.
  • During this time there was some blending of cultures, which included the Temple of Angkor Wat which is very beautiful and very famous. It combines Indian architecture techniques with native inspiration.
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