Namban Notes - Namban 1549-1639 Virtually no Christian presence in Edo due to expulsion of Christians Christians seen as a threat to society and social

Namban Notes - Namban 1549-1639 Virtually no Christian...

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Namban, 1549-1639Virtually no Christian presence in Edo due to expulsion of Christians, Christians seen as a threat to society and social structureLasted through Muromachi, Momoama, early Edo.1.Society of Jesus- St. Francis Xaviera.Christian transformationb.From Europe to convert everyone around the world Christian2.St. Francis Xaviera.One of the missionary, leader of Society of Jesusb.1540s - began the project of converting Japanese peoplec.Brought Christian art to Japan, saw it as a necessity in convincing Japanese peoplei.Religion of aArt3.5 Types from this Perioda.Christian paintingi.Christian academy in Asia, one of the largest. Trained Japanese to make Christian iconography artb.Lacqueri.toxic sticky substance that is processed then painted on various surfaces tocreate vessels ii.Made to sell to Europeans and to sell to foreigners that landed on Japaneseshoresc.Mapsi.Japanese understanding of the world expanded greatlyii.Was focused on China before, but now much more understandingd.Nanban(southern barbarians) Screensi.

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