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Cultural Diffusion The spreading of cultural elements to another culture.
Religion system of beliefs
Goverment The system in which a culture is organized, controlled, and regulated
System Of Writing System of keeping records of communication
Art and Architecture creations intended to express beauty and convey messages.
Technology One of the characteristics of a highly civilized society this is the use of tools and other inventions for practical purposes.
Social Structure People organizing into different groups, such as a families or clans, or ranks, such as classes. Typically based on wealth, ancestry, or job.
regent one who rules in the name of another
imperial belonging or related to an emperor
aristocracy a ruling class of noble families
meditation a spiritual discipline
syllable a unit of sound in a word
pagoda a tower-shaped structure with several stories and roofs
tanka a japanese form of poetry
Shinto Japanese religion that expresses the love and respect of the Japanese for nature.
city of nara A city in Japan that used to be the capital, first to adopt the idea of checkered pattern streets.
uiji clans, power divided to chiefs
Created by: jshin36