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Samurai.

  1. 1. The samurai, a class of highly skilledwarriors, gradually developedin Japan after the Taika reforms of 646A.D. The reforms included landredistribution and heavy new taxes, meantto support an elaborate Chinese-styleempire. As a result, many small farmershad to sell their land and work as tenantfarmers.
  2. 2. Japanese strain Alhaan continued nearlyfour centuries, was in the beginning of thePeriod of glory and prosperity, where artand poetry flourished and good line, butafter the passage of the years has led tothe growth of the power of supervision inthe provinces . He began thosesupervising downshift, founding groups offighters who called "Samurai".
  3. 3.  Be confused with the words "Bushi" and"Samurai" sometimes inadvertently, returns thewords in their meaning to two different period oftime from Japans history, and they characterizetwo different functions as well . Bushi (warriors),appeared role in 1185 AD and the Samurai, inthe back of their year 1615 AD, they wereemployees carrying weapons, for the securityforces (police) today, tend to wear light clothing(Kimono).
  4. 4. Education :In general, samurai, aristocrats, andpriests had a very high literacy rate in Kanji. Recent studies have shown that literacyin kanji among other groups in society wassomewhat higher than previouslyunderstood.
  5. 5. Names :A samurai was usually named bycombining one Kanji from his father orgrandfather and one new kanji. Samurainormally used only a small part of theirtotal name.
  6. 6. Marriage:The marriage of samurai was done byhaving a marriage arranged by someonewith the same or higher rank than thosebeing married.
  7. 7. I knew this the end of the period the role ofmen warriors (Bauchi), to leave their placeof security men (samurai). Leave theseheavy armor and promised to wear thedress to the "kimono". The two pieces ofarms (Daei, - Shaw) that they hold is allwhat hold from there past the Hakpthm.
  8. 8. Despite the end of the old role, the mencontinued the Samurai class, to playleadership roles in Japan, formed whatwas known as the ruling elite andcontinued to rule the country until the endof World War II.

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