Die Ming-Dynastie (chinesisch 明朝, Pinyin Míngcháo) herrschte von bis im .. Text über die Ming-Dynastie 1 · The Ming Dynasty at Minnesota State Der Staat unter Hongwu · Außenpolitik · Kultur und Religion · Untergang der Ming. The early Ming dynasty was a period of cultural restoration and expansion. The reestablishment of an indigenous Chinese ruling house led to the imposition of. The Ming Dynasty (–) was China's last ethnic Chinese dynasty. After the Mongol Yuan were ousted, it flourished, but ended with rebellion and. The peasants prospered because they sold their produce to the growing cities. Blue-and-white Ming Dynasty painted porcelain became one of the first global fads. Jahrhundert steht trotz der konservativen Haltung der Beamtenschaft auch für einen enormen Höhepunkt in Wirtschaft und Kultur. The Ming scholar most influential upon subsequent generations, however, was Wang Yangming — , whose teachings were attacked in his own time for their similarity to Chan Buddhism. Nicht wenige Kaiser zogen sich sogar weitestgehend aus der Politik zurück, und im daraus resultierenden Spannungsfeld zwischen den Eunuchen meist armer Herkunft aus Nordchina und den hohen Beamten Südchinas Wohlstands- und Bildungselite kam es ununterbrochen zu Intrigen und Willkür , was den Staat innerlich zersetzte, besonders im Zeitraum — beziehungsweise unter den Kaisern Wanli und Tianqi. The period was also renowned for ceramics and porcelains. Valuing the presence of personality in a work over mere technical skill, the Ming scholar-painter aimed for mastery of performance rather than laborious craftsmanship. The houses of the rich were also furnished with rosewood furniture and feathery latticework. Indianapolis Museum of Art, gift of Keith Uhl Clary and Kwang Fei Young, Only capital officials of grade 4 and above were exempt from the scrutiny of recorded evaluation, although they were expected to confess any of their faults. When the Ming founder Hongwu came upon the mechanical devices housed in the Yuan dynasty's palace at Khanbaliq — such as fountains with balls dancing on their jets, self-operating tiger automata , dragon-headed devices that spouted mists of perfume, and mechanical clocks in the tradition of Yi Xing — and Su Song — — he associated all of them with the decadence of Mongol rule and had them destroyed.