OSU14 - THE NARA PERIOD OD HEIJOKYO (CAPITAL OF HEIJOKYO...

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Unformatted text preview: THE NARA PERIOD OD HEIJOKYO (CAPITAL OF HEIJOKYO (710-794) PEACE) JAPAN JAPAN KOJIKI (712) KOJIKI (712) NIHON SHOKI (720) NIHON (720) SIX EMBASSIES TO CHINA SIX RELATIONS WITH SILLA RELATIONS (THIRTY-ONE ENBASSIES) JAPANESE CONFUCIANISM JAPANESE (MANDATE OF HEAVEN BELONGS TO THE ROYAL FAMILY, PEOPLE CANNOT CHANGE THE MANDATE, INHERITANCE OF RANKS) RELIGIOUS ROLE OF AN RELIGIOUS EMPEROR TODAIJI MONASTERY (728) TODAIJI DAIBUTSU (GREAT BUDDHA) DAIBUTSU ROLE OF BUDDHIST MONKS ROLE SHOEN (TAX-EXEMPT SHOEN (TAX-EXEMPT FARMLAND) LOCAL TROOPS (792) LOCAL DAIBUTSU DAIBUTSU EMPEROR KAMMU (781806) THE HEIAN PERIOD (794-1185) THE • HEIANKYO (CAPITAL OF PEACE AND • TRANQUILLITY) KYOTO (CAPITAL CITY) • THE FIRST PERIOD (794850) • NARA-STYLE ADMINISTRATION • NEW BUDDHIST SECTS OUT OF THE • • • • • CAPITAL TENDAI (TIANTAI) AND SHINGON (TRUE WORLD) THE SECOND PERIOD (8501068) DEGENERATION OF THE COURT MURASAKI SHIKIBU’S TALE OF GENJI SHIKIBU’ TALE (1004) FUJIWARA REGENCY • THE THIRD PERIOD (10681165) • GO-SANJO AND EMPEROR-MONKS (CLOISTER GOVERNMENTS) • THE FOURTH PERIOD (11561185) • THE TAIRA RULE FUJIWARA REGENCY FUJIWARA THE HEIAN PERIOD (794-1185) THE • DECLINE OF CHINESE • • • • • • • • • INFLUENCE DAIMYO (GREAT NAME) (GREAT JAPANESE MANORIALISM (HALF OF ALL LAND WAS PRIVATELY OWNED) POWER AND OWNERSHIP OWNERSHIP AND POSSESSION WARRIORS (PROVINCIAL WARLORDS) PEASANT RISINGS SAMURAI (RETAINER, SERVITOR, OR ONE WHO WAITS ON) TAIRA MINAMOTO NO YORITOMO (1147-1199) THE KAMAKURA PERIOD THE (1185-1333) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MINAMOTO NO YORITOMO (1147-1199) THE BAKUFU (TENT BAKUFU (TENT GOVERNMENT) BARBARIAN-SUBDUING GREAT SHOGUN (GENERAL) SHOGUNATE (1192) VASSALAGE (PARENT-CHILD) HOJO SHOGUNATE (1199-1333) SPREAD OF BUDDHISM TO THE COMMONERS PURE LAND (JODO) ZEN BUDDHISM KAMAKURA DAIBUTSU (1252) KHUBILAI KHAN ’S INVASIONS (1274 AND 1281) KAMIKAZE (DIVINE WIND) (DIVINE KAMAKURA DAIBUTSU KAMAKURA THE MUROMACHI PERIOD THE (1336-1568) EMPEROR GO-DAIGO (reigned EMPEROR 1318-1339) KEMMU RESTORATION KEMMU (1333-1336) ASHIKAGA (1305-1358) ASHIKAGA MUROMACHI SHOGUNATE MUROMACHI (1336-1568) SHOGUN (1338) SHOGUN SUB-PERIOD OF SOUTHERN SUB-PERIOD AND NORTHERN COURTS (1336-1392) HOSTAGE SYSTEM HOSTAGE KOKUJIN (FEUDAL KOKUJIN PROVINCIAL SUBORDINATES) THE ONIN WAR (1467-1477) THE WARRING STATE SUBWARRING PERIOD (1467-1568) ROLE OF THE EMPEROR ROLE EMPEROR (SACRAL LEADER, BUT NOT AN ECONOMIC, EMPEROR POLITICAL, OR MILITARY LEADER) SHINTO AND JAPANESE VERSION OF CONFUCIANISM SHINTO NO NEEDS IN STATE MONOPOLY NO ROLE OF ELITE CLANS (RICE CULTIVATION) ROLE EVERYDAY ECONOMY WAS LOCALIZED EVERYDAY POLITICAL AND MILITARY LEADERS (SOGA, FUJIWARA, POLITICAL TAIRA, AND SHOGUNS) NO STATE-ORIENTED BUREACRACY BASED ON MERIT NO RATHER THAN BIRTH NO REAL SOCIAL REVOLUTION NO SMALLER AND LESS POPULOUS COUNTRY THAN CHINA SMALLER NO EXTERNAL THREATS (NO IMPERIAL GUARD) NO ...
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