Statistics for Kofun period of Japan Quiz

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  • The average score is 7 of 15

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Hint Answer % Correct
The walls and roof of the tombs were made of what?Stone
100%
What is the name for the terra cotta figurines, possibly used to recreate a familiar world for the dead, often shaped to look like people, horses, boats, etc.?Haniwa
75%
Which shrine, dedicated to the sun goddess Amaterasu, was built during this period?Ise
75%
The large burial mounds of this time period are shaped like what?Keyhole
75%
What else, used as status symbols, were often placed in tombs?Weapons
50%
The Kofun period lasted from the year 300 to ___.552
50%
Which type of animal might have appeared in Japan during this time?Horse
50%
Something noteable about these figurines is that they don't appear to have any _________ purpose.Religious
50%
"Kofun" means what?Tomb
50%
What is the name of the military outpost that the Japanese may have established on the southern tip of Korea?Mimana
25%
A myth of the origin of these figurines is that an early emperor was moved by the agony of attendants of dead royalty who had to undergo what?Live burial
25%
Silla, Koguryo, and what other state (backed by Japan) was struggling for power in Korea?Paekche
25%
The early versions of the above were only shaped like what?Cylinders
25%
The largest tomb, 1500 feet in length and situated outside of Osaka, belongs to which emperor?Nintoku
25%
Which emperor ordered the above to be built?Temmu
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