History Study Guide for Final Exam(book)

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History Study Guide for Final Exam(book) Ch.9 - Bakufu- “tent government”- military regime that governed Japan under the Shoguns -Daimyo- Japanese territorial lord - Emperor Temmu- took over control in the 680’s; augmented his authority with a Chinese-style law code; he extended the authority of the court and increased its revenues by a survey of agricultural lands and a census -Kamikaze- “divine winds” that sank a portion of the invading Mongol fleet in Japan in 1281 -Minamoto Yoritomo- founder of the Kamakura Shogunate -Prince Shotoku- Buddhist and a reformer who began sending regular embassies to China in 607 -Pure Land Buddhism- variety of Japanese Buddhism that maintained only faith was necessary for salvation -Samurai- professional Japanese warriors - Shinto- “The Way of the gods”- the animastic worship of the forces of nature that is indigenous religion of Japan -Shogun-Military official who was the actual ruler of Japan in the emperor’s name from the late 1100’s until the mid-19 th century - Tenno- “heavenly emperor”- the official title of the emperor - Tale of Genji- Written by Murasaki Shikibu (about 1010) , is the world’s first novel Ch.19 -Annam- Chinese term for Vietnam -Diaspora- The dispersion of an originally homogenous people or culture. Among the many diaspora in world history, some of the most famous are the Jewish, the Chinese, the African, The Irish, and the Armenian -Dutch Studies- a second development by scholars; this was due to the trade to the Dutch -Foot Soldier Revolution- foot soldiers replaced the aristocratic mounted warrior as the cack- bone of the military; soldiers were still called samurai and were still vassals of the lord. But their numbers, social status, and techniques of warfare changed dramatically
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 2010 taught by Professor Dragastonova during the Spring '08 term at Auburn University.

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