Chapter 3: Main Idea
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What factors helped spur European exploration?
The desire for new sources of wealth as well as the desire for spices and luxury goods helped spur European exploration.
What role did Portugal's prince Henry play in overseas exploration?
Prince Henry was the nation's most enthusiastic supporter of exploration.
What was the significance of Dias's voyage? Da Gama's voyage?
The significance of Dias's voyage was that it helped introduce Christianity to the Chinese. The significance of Da Gama's voyage was that it established a direct sea route to India.
Why were the Dutch so successful in establishing a trading empire in the Indian Ocean?
The Dutch were so successful in establishing a trading empire in the Indian Ocean because they were able to put more resources into it and beat out the others.
Why did China not undergo widespread industrialization?
China didn't undergo widespread industrialization because it went against their Confucian beliefs and the Chinese viewed agriculture as more ideal.
What did Christian missionaries bring to China?
Christian Missionaries brought their religion, European technologies and sciences with them into China.
What are five reasons the Ming Dynasty fell to civil disorder?
Five reasons that the Ming Dynasty fell are; ineffective rulers, corruption, no money, higher taxes, and bad crops.
Why was the time between 1467 and 1568 called the period of the Warring States?
The time between 1467 and 1568 is known as the period of the Warring States because it is the time period when the Daimyos took the power from the Emperor. Rivals often fought over territory.
What was the difference between the Confucian ideal of society and the real society of Japan?
The Confucious Ideal of society stated that the farmers were the ideal citizens and that the economy should be supported through them, while the real society of Japan found farmers bearing most of the taxation.
How did the Japanese express themselves culturally under the Tokugawa?
The Japanese expressed themselves culturally, while under the Tokugawa by the reading of Haiku poems and Noh dramas.
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