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  1. The only source of information about contemporary European art and science allowed by Tokugawa authorities after 1639
    Dutch learning
  2. Spanish Jesuit missionary to Portuguese India and Japan (1549 – 1552)
    Xavier
  3. Form of drama involving highly-skilled teams of three puppeteers, accompanied by chanters and musicians
    bunraku
  4. Form of drama developed in Tokugawa period: stylized acting, singing, and dancing
    Kabuki
  5. “Floating worlds” within Tokugawa cities where sophisticated entertainment and refined pleasures could be purchased
    Ukiyo
  6. Military elite of pre-industrial Japan
    Samurai
  7. “Great names” of aristocratic Japanese clans that controlled vast territories and opposed the central authority of the shogunate
    Daimyo
  8. “Military governors” who ruled Japan in place of figurehead emperors from 1192 to 1868
    Shoguns
  9. Italian Jesuit missionary to China (1588 – 1610) who attempted to reconcile Confucian and Christian doctrines
    Matteo Ricci
  10. Zhu Xi’s synthesis of traditional Chinese ethics and the logical rigor of Buddhism
    Neo-Confucianism
  11. The duties owed by children to their fathers and subjects to their emperor
    Filial Piety
  12. Ritual submission to the Chinese emperor: three kneelings, nine head knockings
    Kowtow
  13. Chinese title of the human being designated by supernatural powers to maintain order on earth
    “Son of Heaven”
  14. Male hairstyle enforced by Manchu emperors with death penalty: front of head shaved above the temples; long hair in back braided into a ponytail
    Queue
  15. Manchu government of China; last emperors of imperial China (1644 – 1911)
    Qing Dynasty
  16. Ming emperor (1403 – 1424) who commissioned naval expeditions to Southwest Asia and East Africa
    Yongle
  17. Fortified barrier against nomadic tribes of North China and Mongolia, constructed during Ming dynasty
    Great Wall
  18. Restoration of native imperial rule to China (1398 – 1644)
    Ming Dynasty
  19. Mongol overlords of China (1279 – 1368)
    Yuan Dynasty

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