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Chapter 21 Northern Eurasia
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Japanese Cultural Context DAIMYO: (DIE-mee-oh) Literally “great names;” Japanese warlords and great landowners, whose armed Samurai gave them control of the Japanese Islands from the eighth through the later nineteenth centuries
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The Samurai Means “Those who serve” Band of warriors Hereditary military elite
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Japanese Reunification : How did Japan achieve political reunification, and what were its effects?
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Hideyoshi emerged as the supreme DAIMYO After Hideyoshi’s death the Tokugawa Shogunate rose to power
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Tokugawa Shogunate Inaugurated a period of peace, political unity, and economic integration Relationship with Europe soured Rise of Merchant Class Arts flourished Samurai lost power
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: How did China develop during the later Ming and early Qing (Ching) Empires?
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World Civ 1 Refresher: Early Ming Empire Chinese empire established after Yuan Empire Empereor Yongle> built Forbidden City & sponsored voyages of Zheng He (traveled to the Americas?)
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