Chapter 20: Northern Eurasia 1500-1800. Japan: Similarities to China and Russia Military conflicts (internal and external) Political growth and strengthening Expanded commercial and cultural contacts. Japan: Differences with China and Russia culturally homogenous population
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When Japan’s political unity disintegrated in the 12th century, the country was controlled by:
Despite government efforts to curtail merchant independence, Japanese merchants:
Merchants from which country were the first to arrive in East Asia?
Who was Matteo Ricci?
What was the Treaty of Nerchinsk?
The British Macartney Mission was an attempt to
Russian rulers were called:
How did the growth of a centralized Russian Empire affect the peasants?
According to the Russian census of 1795, over half the population were
One result of the “Great Northern War” was
The new city that was to be Russia’s “window on the West” is