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Europeans that came to Africa as settlers rather than as raiders and invaders
Dutch
European power that dominated the trans-atlantic slave trade during the sixteenth century
the Portuguese
A syncretic African-Christian cult that believed Jesus was a black man and that the Kongo was the actual holy land
Antonians
Songhay ruler that conquered Ghana and Mali and established a highly centralized empire during the 15th century
Sunni Ali
A charismatic religious prophet that advocated an African form of Christianity
Dona Beatriz
Islamic purists who sought to establish strict Islamic states in central Africa
Fulani
A West African leader, a former slave, who established a haven for free blacks in Sierra Leone
Thomas Peters
16th century king of Kongo, a devout Catholic who sought to convert all his subjects into Christianity
Afonso I
Freed slave that whose account of capture and life as a slave fueled the European abolitionist movement
Olaudah Equiano
Defiant Ndongo queen who resisted Portuguese intrusions into her empire for forty years
Nzinga
Nomadic people in the 17th century that took advantage of China's chaotic time and conquered it.
The Manchurians
The dynasty that defeated the Mongols and restored old Chinese values
the Ming Dynasty
Ming emperor that consolidated Confucian learning in massive encyclopedia
Yongle
Ming-era admiral who led naval expeditions into southeast China and India
Zheng He
Qing ruler that embodied Confucian ideal, he was a scholar, and a great conqueror who had conquered Tibet and Taiwan
Kangxi
Qing emperor that added Vietnam, Burma and Nepal as vassal states.
Qianlong
A Jesuit missionary that ended up spreading technology instead of converts as he had hoped.
Matteo Ricci
Dynasty acted as temporary replacement for the Japanese government
Tokugawa Shogunate
Dynasty became with sweeping reforms but became increasingly isolated and conservative
Qing dynasty
Shogun and effective ruler that installed the bakufu government
Tokugawa Ieyasu
Beginning of the Portuguese slave trade
1441
Reign of Sunni Ali
1464-1591
Songhay Empire
1464-1591
Reign of King Affonso I
1506-1543
Reign of Queen Nzinga
162301663
Execution of Dona Beatriz
1706
Life Olaudah Equiano
1745-1797
Haitian revolution
1793-1804
End of British slave trade
1807
Abolition of slavery in the US
1865
Ming Dynasty (China)
1368-1644
Reign of Emperor Hongwu
1368-1398
Reign of Emperor Yongle
1403-1424
Life of Matteo Ricci
1552-1610
Reign of Emperor Wanli
1572-1620
Tokugawa shogunate (Japan)
1600-1867
Reign of Nurhaci
1616-1626
Life of Ihara Saikaku
1642-1693
Qing Dynasty (China)
1644-1911
Reign of Kangxi
1661-1722
Reign of Qianlong
1736-1795
In promotion of Confucian values, development of ___ for Confucian scholars in Beijing
Halin Academy
This was more influential than Yongle's Encyclopedia because it was smaller and easier to distribute (less pricey)
Kangxi's collection of books.
This was too large to be reproduced (not Yongle's Encyclopedia)
Qianlong's Complete Library of the Four Treasuries
This man wrote 'The true Meaning of the Lord of Heaven' which argued how Confucius and Jesus were similar, almost identical. But due to the Christian concept that it was the only religion, people couldn't accept Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism, so Christianity was never really adapted. He was a Jesuit, learned, and popular in Ming court and studied Chinese.
Matteo Ricci
"War of Warrior"
Bushido
Entertainment and pleasure quarters with teahouses, theaters, brothels, baths, etc.
Ukiyo
One of the most prolific poets, created 'Books of floating world" on theme of love. "In the life of a Man who lived for love" it was about a man who devoted his life to sexual pleasure at eight.
Ihara Saikaku
He was a Jesuit who traveled to Japan in 1549 and opened mission seeking converts. `
Francis Xavier