TOG Year 2 Week 8
Terms in this set (22)
The military class in feudal Japan, much like the knights in medieval Europe.
Officially, the commander of the Japanese army; ruled Japan during the Middle Ages.
The ruler of a Mongol tribe or of China during the Middle Ages.
A road or path on land or sea that people commonly use to get somewhere.
A waterway dug through land in order for small ships or boats to pass.
A wanderer; a person in a tribe who moves from place to place to find food or pasture for cattle.
A reward, usually given for capturing a criminal.
Crossing a continent or continents.
A person asked to speak on behalf of another person.
A person who buys goods in one place, transports them to another place, and sells them.
The kind of tent used by Mongols made out of a framework of branches and covered with felt.
An escort, often of soldiers, sent to travel with and protect people.
From a far away land; something fascinating or interesting because it is strange or unusual.
A group of merchants traveling together for safety.
A vision of something that does not actually exist caused by the way light passes through layers of hot air.
A person sent as a representative from one country to another.
A temple found in eastern Asia with many stories and roof lines that curve upward.
A tool used in astronomy to measure the height of the sun or stars in order to navigate.
A long, narrow boat with sails and oars, at one time often rowed by slaves; commonly used in the Mediterranean or by captains of British warships.
One fourth of a circle; also, an instrument used in navigation and astronomy for measuring altitudes.
A flat-bottomed Chinese sailing ship, with sails rigged in such a way as to accommodate sailing into the wind.
A spring in the desert, often with trees or other plants.