anonymous
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Many wars in medieval Japan were the cause of people wanting more land. Based on what you learned about Japan’s geography, what do you think was the root cause of this desire for land? People wanted to become fishermen. The mountainous land limited the chance for farming. There was more than enough land for everyone. Japan’s best fields were located along rivers.
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anonymous
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Inspired by Chinese, Prince Shotoku adopted a(n) _____, which laid out the government’s plan. reform constitution aristocracy capital city at Heian
anonymous
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Q1) D Q2)D i think i hope im right
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thanx

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Of the other civilizations listed below, Japan’s geography is most similar to _____. Ancient Rome Ancient Greece Medieval Africa Mesopotamia
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answer is Ancient Greece

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