Ch. 12. Tang Taizong. The “Great Ancestor” (626-649) who extended China’s borders and reformed government and the law code. Wu Zhoa. The strong Tang ruler who expanded into Korea; the only woman ever to assume the title of “em press” in China. Genghis Khan.
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The “Great Ancestor” (626-649) who extended China’s borders and reformed government and the law code.
The strong Tang ruler who expanded into Korea; the only woman ever to assume the title of “empress” in China.
The title taken by the Mongol ruler Temujin; a terrorizing strategist who conquered much of Asia.
The Great Khan who ruled Mongolia and China, founded the Yuan Dynasty (1279) and united China.
The Venetian trader who took the Silk Road to China and served the Great Khan for 17 years.
Japan’s earliest religion, which is based on the worship of ancestors and respect for the forces of nature.
An extensive city-and-temple complex built by the Khmer and dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu.
Celadon pottery and blocks for printing Buddhist scripture developed under this Asian dynasty (935-1392).
The blocks of individual characters set in a frame and used to make a page for printing.
Upper class scholar-officials in the Tang and Song periods whose status came from education and civil service.
Nomadic people who herd domesticated animals; they usually follow a seasonal pattern of movement.
A kinship group in which the members are descended from a common ancestor.
The period ( mid 1200’s to mid 1300s) that was characterized by stability and law across much of Eurasia.
“One who serves”, a member of Japan’s warrior class who was a loyal bodyguard of a warlord.
“The way of the warrior”, a code that required reckless courage, fairness, reverence, and generosity.
A “ supreme general of the emperor’s army”, a Japanese title that conveyed the powers of a military dictator.
A powerful kingdom on the Southeast Asian mainland that peaked around 1200; prosperous from rice farming.
A Southeast Asia kingdom that broke away from China in 939, they preserved their own cultural identity.
An island group, such as the approximately 4,000 islands that make up Japan.
Bone-hard, white ceramic made of special clay and a mineral found only in China.