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Timeline of Ancient Japanese History

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John Friesen

on 28 February 2013

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Transcript of Timeline of Ancient Japanese History

0 A.D. 200 A.D. ASUKA (645-710 c.e) 400 A.D 600A.D A great wave of reform called the Taika no Kaishin (Taika Reforms) aims to strengthen the emperor's power.

New aristocratic families are created. Especially the powerful Fujiwara no Kamatari, who helped to push the reforms. 800 A.D 1000A.D 1200 A.D 1400 A.D NARA (710-794 C.E) The imperial court builds a new capital, based off Chang-an in China, at Nara. Though emperors are Shinto chiefs, they patronized Buddism in the belief that its teaching will bring about a peaceful society and protect the state. legends surrounding the founding of japan are compiled as history in the kojiki and the nihon soki. with the adotion of budhism as the state religion its monasteries gain political power. Heian Period (794-1185 C.E) Timeline of Ancient Japanese History 1600 A.D 1800 A.D 2000 A.D By: John Friesen, Jamal Cheatham, Hunter Egan, Juan Boldon, Kaleb Henry, Zach Donath, and Darrion Beard Kamakura (185-1333 C.E) Kufun (Yamato) (300-645 C.E) Muromachi (1333-1568 C.E) Onin no Ran (Onin War) (1467-1568 C.E) Azuchimomoya Ma (1568-1600 C.E) Edo (Tokugawa) (1600-1868 C.E) Meiji (1868-1912 C.E) It is ruled by the military It was started when too clans emerged together got rid of contact with china in 838
women's lit grew and flourished Kyoto is the base for the shogun ashikaga takauji's new government the ten year long war brings disintegration of the central government, followed by the era of the country at war. fire arms were introduced by ship wrecked portuguese soldiers. oda nobunaga starts process of reunifying japan after the civil war japan goes into isolation. the capital is now in Tokyo. japan starts to come out of isolation and permits china and the dutch to trade japan establishes a way to make peace. japan heads into modern times
japan is making a powerful army japan becomes a world power.
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