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Shang

[ shahng ]
/ ʃɑŋ /
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noun
a Chinese dynasty whose dates are usually given as 1766–1122 b.c. and sometimes as 1523–1027 b.c.
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Also called Yin [yin] /yɪn/ .
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British Dictionary definitions for Shang

Shang
/ (ʃæŋ) /

noun
the dynasty ruling in China from about the 18th to the 12th centuries bc
adjective
of or relating to the pottery produced during the Shang dynasty
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