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The influence of Buddhism was such that Confucian scholars including Wŏnhyo from ASTD 284 at University of Maryland, University College

Question 1   / 1 5 point In seventh - century Japan , these two religions shared a complementary relationship :
a ) Shamanism and Buddhism
b ) Daoism and Shamanism
c ) Shintoism and Buddhism
d ) Tōdaiji and Shintoism
Question 7   1 / 1 point The architectural layout of Nara and Kyŏngju ( Silla ) was based on which Tang city ?
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The influence of Buddhism was such that Confucian scholars, including Wŏnhyo, journeyed to destinations as far as India in search of Buddhist enlightenment.
Question 41 / 1pointYamato Prince Shōtoku promulgated the following in seventh-century Japan to establish a new political ideology based on both Confucian and Buddhist thought:
Question 51 / 1pointIn seventh-century Japan, these two religions shared a complementary relationship:
Question 61 / 1pointTwo significant historic works written in eighth-century Japan were:
Question 71 / 1pointThe architectural layout of Nara and Kyŏngju (Silla) was based on which Tang city?a) Dunhuangb) Chang'an
c) Luoyangd) Guangzhou
Question 81 / 1pointWhich statement best characterizes the content of Prince Shotoku's Constitution:
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