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6 Hist Ch 13 BJU HS

TermDefinition
645 The Taika Reform took place around ________________.
archipelago a large group of scattered islands
Buddhism religion believed by the Japanese people to prepare for the life to come
calligraphy the art of fine handwriting
China country influenced Japanese art, literature, and government
Chinese the official language of the imperial court
clans Japanese people were organized into this
feudalism a system of organizing and governing society based on land and service
haiku a poem about nature with seventeen syllables
Jimmu Tenno the emperor thought to have descended from the sun goddess
kami the gods or nature spirits of Shintoism
kofun a giant circular, square, or keyhole-shaped burial mound
Murasaki Shikibu the first true novelist
samurai warrior that had the duty to protect the chief noble
Shintoism religion believed by the Japanese people to obtain help for their daily lives
Shintoism religion that teaches the main purpose of existence is to lead a moral life
shogun the military leader who had the most political power and was chosen by the emperor
shogun The military leader who had the most political power and was chosen by the emperor was called a __________.
Shotoko the prince who developed a constitution to establish a strong system of government
the Holy Spirit From whom does the Bible say a Christian receives power to live a moral life?
the use of brilliant colors or the use of everyday objects What is one characteristic of Japanese art?
Wang Xizhi the Father of Calligraphy
Yorimoto the first shogun
Taika Reform changes civil service exams established government jobs went to qualified men new laws were established tax system was put into place clan chieftains no longer collected the taxes government officials collected taxes for the emporer
Created by: Mrs_CC