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Question 1: The introduction of Buddhism to Japan is attributed to the ________ king Seong in 538, exposing Japan to a new body of religious doctrine.
GojoseonBaekjeGoguryeoBalhae

Question 2: For instance, the pillar in Hōryū-ji is similar to the pillar of ________ of ancient Greece, as seen in its entasis.
ParthenonAthensGreek templeDelphi

Question 3: 672: Prince Ōama, later ________ usurped the throne by winning the civil war (Jinshin no Ran) against Emperor Kōbun.
Emperor TemmuEmpress GemmeiEmperor TenjiEmperor Ninmyō

Question 4: 663: Japanese navy was defeated by Silla-Tang allies in ________, failing to restore Baekje.
Buyeo PungGoguryeoBattle of BaekgangJapanese invasions of Korea (1592–1598)

Question 5: ________ (Tokugawa)
1603–1868
Edo periodTokugawa YoshinobuBakumatsuTokugawa shogunate

Question 6: The five-storied pagoda (五重の塔) is a transformation from the Indian mound-like structure, ________.
Buddhist artStupaGreco-BuddhismBuddhism

Question 7: In 660, one of the three kingdoms of Korea, ________, fell to Silla and T'ang China.
BaekjeGojoseonGoguryeoBalhae

Question 8: Ancient Korean and ________ had been introduced to Japan by Three Kingdoms of Korea before Imperial Japanese embassies to China was established.
Culture of Hong KongCulture of the People's Republic of ChinaCulture of ChinaCulture of Asia

Question 9: ________ (Ashikaga)
1336–1573
Kamakura periodMuromachi periodAzuchi–Momoyama periodEdo period

Question 10: The Asuka period is also distinguished by the change in the name of the country from Wa ( ?) to ________ (日本 ?
United KingdomJapanCanadaCambodia
















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