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Chapter 15 Study Guide

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Chapter 15 – Reading and Study Guide
The Resurgence of Empire in East Asia
A. Identification – State in your own words what each of the following terms means and why it is significant to a study of world history. Those terms with an asterisk may be defined in the glossary.

Xuanzang
Yang Jian
Sui Yangdi
Tang Taizong
An Lushan
Huange Chao
Du Fu
Song Taizu
Li Bo
Zhu Xi
Murasaki Shikibu
Sui
Grand Canal

Tang
Chang’an
Equal-field System
Bureaucracy of merit
Middle Kingdom
Uighurs
Song
Khitan
Jurchen
Foot Binding
Dunhuang
Chan Buddhism
Neo-Confucianism*

Silla
Vietnam
Nara Japan
Heian period
Tale of Genji
Minamoto
Shogun
Kamakura
Muromachi
Samurai
Bushido
Seppuku

B. Study Questions – Answer the following questions. Once you have read the chapter, you should be able to discuss each question fully.
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2.
3.
4.

What is the significance of the Grand Canal?
Compare and contrast the Tang and the Song dynasties.
What policies helped to account for the early success of the Tang? Explain how China’s view of itself as the Middle Kingdom shaped foreign relations.
5. What factors led to the decline of the Song?
6. What agricultural developments helped to transform the Chinese society? 7. What important technological, industrial, and commercial innovations occurred during this period?
8. Trace the development of Buddhism in China and how it interacted with Daoism and Confucianism.
9. What was the extent and nature of the influence of China on Korea, Vietnam, and Japan?
10. What is the significance of foot binding?
C. “BIG History” – Identify the big picture (global context) of the chapter.

Name:___________________
Date:____________________
Period:_____________

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AP World History
Culture/Civilization:___________________________________ Time Span:_______________ Political
Leaders, Elites
State Structure
War
Diplomacy,
Treaties, Courts,
Laws
Intellectual
Writing,
Literature
Philosophy
Math & Science
Education
Religious
Holy Books
Beliefs, Teachings
Conversion
Sin/Salvation
Deities
Art
Music
Paintings
Sculpture
Architecture
Technology
Inventions
Industry
Innovations
Economic
Type of System
Trade, Commerce
Capital/Money
Types of
Businesses
Social
Family
Gender Relations
Social Classes
Inequalities
Life Styles

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