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Wa (Japan): Quiz

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Question 1: The first "submissive; obedient" explanation began with the (121 CE) ________ dictionary.
ShimingShuowen JieziEryaKangxi Dictionary

Question 2: In 607 CE, the Sui Shu records that "King Tarishihoko" (a mistake for ________) sent an envoy, Buddhist monks, and tribute to Emperor Yang.
Empress SuikoEmperor JomeiEmpress KōgyokuEmperor Sushun

Question 3: 倭 occurs in wǒduòjì 倭墮髻 "a woman's hairstyle with a bun, popular during the ________".
Tang DynastyMing DynastyHan DynastySong Dynasty

Question 4: Within the official Chinese dynastic Twenty-Four Histories, Japan is mentioned among the so-called ________ 東夷 "Eastern Barbarians".
Tang DynastyChinaDongyiHan Dynasty

Question 5: Another Lunheng chapter Huiguo 恢國 "Restoring the nation" (58) similarly records that ________ (r.
Wang MangEmperor Cheng of HanEmperor Yuan of HanEmperor Ai of Han

Question 6: The 636 CE Sui Shu 隋書 "Book of Sui" records the history of the ________ (581-618) when China was reunified.
Sui DynastyTang DynastySong DynastyMing Dynasty

Question 7: It contains the first records of ________, shamaness Queen Himiko, and other Japanese historical topics.
YamataikokuAsuka periodKofun periodWa (Japan)

Question 8: Some scholars interpret these Korean Wae references to mean not only "Japanese" but also "________ peoples" in the southern Korean Peninsula.
SillaGoguryeoGaya confederacyBaekje

Question 9: The Rŭzēng 儒増 "Exaggerations of the Literati" chapter mentions ''Wōrén 倭人 "Japanese people" and Yuèshāng 越裳 "an old name for ________" presenting tributes during the Zhou Dynasty.
CambodiaVietnamMajapahitChampa

Question 10: The earliest Korean reference to Japanese Wa (Korean Wae) is the 414 CE Gwanggaeto Stele that was erected to honor King Gwanggaeto the Great of ________ (r.
Buyeo kingdomGojoseonBalhaeGoguryeo







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