Hist5 - 1) Daimyowere(1pt) Buddhistmonks. womenwriters....

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1 ) Daimyo  were (1pt)   Buddhist monks.   women writers.   warriors.   Japanese Christian missionaries.   powerful Japanese territorial lords. 2 ) Beginning in the 1630s and enduring for the next two centuries,  Japanese foreign policy included all of the following EXCEPT (1pt)   forbidding Japanese travel overseas.   a prohibition on the construction of ships.   a ban on the importation of foreign books.   careful control of trade with Asian lands.   open, vibrant trade with Europeans. 3 ) By 1750, the population of China had grown to (1pt)   415 million.   225 million.   100 million.   75 million.   50 million. 4 ) Zhu Xi was the (1pt)
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  author of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms.   foremost scholar of neo-Confucianism.   Ming emperor who refused to see his advisers for years on end.   most powerful Qing emperor.   leading Chinese Christian missionary. 5 ) Which of the following popular novels dealt with the intrigue following  the collapse of the Han dynasty? (1pt)   Journey to the West   The Romance of the Three Kingdoms   The Dream of the Red Chamber   The Life of a Man Who Lived for Love   The Sea of Fertility 6 ) Taiwan was conquered by (1pt)   Hongwu.
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