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Old 09-07-2018, 03:08 PM
 
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It was introduced by the Portuguese from the colony of Goa to Japan not the Spaniards in 1549 and took root in Nagasaki until 1600 at which point the missionaries were expelled and Christianity became a capital crime.
i didnt say the spaniards introduced christianity in Japan, i said they sent missionaries frm Manila

so you are correct. but doesnt mean i am wrong because both the portuguese and spaniards were present in Asia. in fact they were a united kingdom in the period christianity was being introduced in Japan
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Old 09-07-2018, 07:08 PM
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i didnt say the spaniards introduced christianity in Japan, i said they sent missionaries frm Manila

so you are correct. but doesnt mean i am wrong because both the portuguese and spaniards were present in Asia. in fact they were a united kingdom in the period christianity was being introduced in Japan
1. Okay

2. The Iberian Union dated from about 1580-1640 but it wasn't a united Kingdom it was a dynastic union. Two separate states governed by the Kings from the House of Habsburg.
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Old 09-07-2018, 09:39 PM
 
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1. Okay

2. The Iberian Union dated from about 1580-1640 but it wasn't a united Kingdom it was a dynastic union. Two separate states governed by the Kings from the House of Habsburg.
I almost hit the bullseye I guess 1 point is enough deduction if I were grading tests
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