rise of the Manchus



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  1. “The Rise of the Manchus.” Map in John K. Fairbank. China. A New History. Cambridge Mass.: Harvard UP, 1992. 144.
  2. Fujiwara no Takanobu. “Minamoto no Yoritomo.” Hanging scroll, 1127. Kyoto: Jingo-ji Temple. Wikimedia Commons.
  3. Ginko Adachi. “Tenno Jimmu.” Woodblock print, from the Stories from the Nihonki [Chronicles of Japan], 1891. Wikimedia Commons
  4. Kano Mitsunobu. “Toyotomi Hideyoshi.” ca. 1601. Kyoto: Kodai-ji Temple. Wikimedia Commons
  5. Utagawa Kunisada. “Sun goddess Amaterasu emerging from a cave.” 1856. Wikimedia Commons
  6. Yu Wen-hui [Chinese brother Emmanuel Pereira]. “Matteo Ricci.” Oil on canvas, ca 1610. Rome: Church of the Gesú. Wikimedia Commons.