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Department
Religious Studies
Course
RELIGST 2TT3
Professor
Mark Rowe
Semester
Winter

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Nations are formed through genealogies; past lineages form identity. Jomon period Yayoi Period (types of pottery) brings the agricultural period, mostly rice paddies. • Indicates the age of bronze and iron tools • Starts migration and trade with China and Korea • Social structure of Japan starts (rich vs. poor) kami (gods) indicated a deity within small towns. Yamato clan emerges as a dominating power by beating other clans. • The defeated clans are incorporated into the Yamato clan, along with their structure and legends, and they take leading roles in the new clan. • Stories trace the time of the gods (kami) to the Yamato clan time period. A document of history indicates the history of the nation. • Establishes the Yamato clan as the leader, and incorporating other clans into one clan • Documents to bring when trading with other nati
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