1. Under the ____________________ dynasty, Chinese population grew significantly.
2. The ____________________ view of society was patriarchal.
3. The 1689 ____________________ _____ ____________________ excluded Russia from northern Manchuria.
4. During the reign of emperor ____________________ the Qing dynasty reached its highest level of prosperity and power.
5. The ____________________ were the most powerful feudal leaders in Japan from the 10th to 19th century.
6. In the early 1600s, Tokugawa Ieyasu established his headquarters in __________ .
7. “____________________ ____________________ ____________________” refers to trade officially sanctioned by the Japanese ruler.
8. The Narrow Road of Oku was written by the Japanese poet and former Samurai, ____________________ .
9. The ____________________ were the elite Korean families during the Choson period.
10. The “_______________ __________ __________ _______________” refers to southward movement of Vietnamese peoples.
11. The House of ____________________ was ruling family of Brandenburg/Prussia since 1417.
12. The ____________________ were Calvinists who wanted to purify the Anglican church.
13. From 1649 to 1660, England was in fact a military despotism but officially was called a Puritan ____________________ led by Oliver Cromwell.
14. Politically, the ____________________ ____________________ replaced James II with William and Mary.
15. The _______________________ ______________________ was a document to provide for the legal basis for a single line of inheritance within the Habsburg dynasty through Charles VI’s daughter, Maria Theresa.
16. The ____________________ _____ ____________________ was a defensive alliance against Louis XIV.
17. The ____________________ ____________________ refers to social, economic, and political relationships before 1789.
18. The concept of “____________________ ____________________” maintained that the household was the fundamental unit of production and consumption.
19. The ____________________ ____________________ resulted in larger farms and social turmoil.
20. The consolidation or common lands in England by the British landlords to increase production and commercial profits was known as ____________________ .
21. The Ottoman Empire originally centered on the modern-day country of ____________________ .
22. ____________________ was the true founder of the Ottoman Empire.
23. Islamic religious law is known as ____________________.
24. The ____________________ system required each province of the Ottoman Empire to furnish a levy of Christian boys who were raised as Muslims and became soldiers in the Ottoman army.
25. The most famous slave corps in the Ottoman military was the _____________________ .
26. After 1774, the protector of Orthodox Christians in the Islamic empires was ____________________ .
27. In the Safavid Empire, Shah Isma’il enforced ___________________ conformity.
28. The ____________________ school of theological-philosophical thought merged Persian Islamic thought with Islamic traditions of Aristotelianism and Platonism.
29. ____________________ can be described as a religious eclectic who showed not only tolerance but also unusual interest in different religious traditions.
30. The Mughal dynasty sought to end the political fragmentation of ____________________.
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