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Grand Canal World’s oldest & longest 1,114 mi.
Golden Age Zen Buddhism – meditation Confucianism Rice & tea
Wealthy class Foot binding – women of the house didn’t have to work – sign of wealth
Mounted warriors – cavalry Genghis Khan “Universal Ruler” Conquered Beijing Grandson Kublai Khan Conquered the rest of China Grandson Batu Invaded Russia & Europe Golden Horde
Merchant & explorer @ 17 left Venice for China Traveled around China for 17 yrs.
Archipelago – island chain Kamikaze “Divine Wind” – typhoon that stopped Mongol invasion http://hhh.gavilan.edu/mturetzky/Pols3/Lecture6TheJ apanesePoliticalSystem.htm
Only found in Japan “Way of the kami” – nature spirits No scripture or doctrine Prayers & rituals to please “kami” Existed alongside Zen Buddhism
Emperor Shogun – general controlled military, $, & laws Daimyo – local lords Samurai – warriors hired by lords for protection Peasants
Code of the samurai “way of the warrior” Bravery, loyalty, honor Seppuku or “hara-kiri”– ceremonial suicide to avoid dishonor
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Misc. Vocabulary Japanese Feudalism Mongols Sui/Tang/So ng
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Vocabulary Tokugawa Ieyasu Zen Shogun Daimyo Samurai Bushido SS.2.3.HS.21.
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the.
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Key Terms – Japan and Feudalism (1)
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JEOPARDY China, Korea, Indochina and Japan Categories
Review: Mongolia Who were the Mongols: What did they do: What technologies did they adopt/develop: Who were important Mongols: The Mongols who took over.
12/8 Focus: Important Terms: Do Now: Early Japan was:
Chapter 8 Japan Flash Cards. Was introduced to Japan from China and Korea Buddhism.
Emergence of Japan Mr. Koch World History A Forest Lake High School.
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Nara and Heian Period Japan Centralization of Japan, Cultural Diffusion from China, and the breakdown to the Feudal Period.
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