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 In what year were the Taika reforms enacted in Japan
g dynasty, and only members of the imperial family served in the bureaucracy.
ention of __________, a weapon used against the Arab fleets.
ght by the Aztecs to be a fitting end to a noble life and an assurance of eternity in the highest he
holasticism and insisted on the primacy of faith in obtaining knowledge.
ico after Toltec collapse and established an empire ca. 1325.
pted restoration of the unified Roman Empire was Justinian.
system utilizing one-third fallow, one-third spring grains, and one-third winter grains.
ult Chinese examinations on all of Chinese literature was __________.
upply centers for Inca armies on the move.
us building project of the Great Canalhorizontala decision that contributed to the dynasty's downfal
wing groups was most critical to the reunification of China under the Sui
mpted reconstruction of the political unity of the ancient Roman Empire
in an elimination of Chinese institutions and structures.
m and who challenged the Hanoi-based dynasty was the __________.
lated Persian history from the creation to the Islamic conquests.
ed the Liao in northern China and forced the Song to flee to the south.
ecame the focal point for the kingdom of Russia that flourished to the twelfth century.
e. was modeled exactly on the Chinese Confucian system, with most admissions to the civil service ba
 One of the major reasons for the Chinese failure to assimilate the Vietnamese was
 The __________ Wars were waged for five years from 1180 on Honshu between the Taira and Minamot
 The capital of the southern dynasty in Vietnam was located at __________.
 The rise of the samurai in provincial Japanese societ
b. Loss of the Holy Lands to the Islamic infidels.
an example of poetry written in the vernacular and blending comedy and Christian themes.
b. the Incas immediately established an empire.
c. Buddhism was restored as the primary religion of the state during the Song dynasty.
c. lack of imperial forms of government
c. Some peasants were able to throw off the most severe constraints of manorialism, becoming almost
c. The Arab threat to the Byzantine Empire was permanently removed.
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