- Author:William Wayne Farris
- Publisher:Univ of Hawaii Pr (July 1, 1998)
- Pages:333 pages
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William Wayne Farris. Book Description: The Japanese have long sought inspiration and legitimacy from the written record of their ancient past. Sacred Texts and Buried Treasuresoffers substantial new insights into early Japanese history (.
William Wayne Farris. Published by: University of Hawai'i Press. 100-800) through an integrated discussion of historical texts and archaeological artifacts.
A very detailed discussion about the historical (the 'Sacred Texts' part) and archaeological (the 'Buried Treasures') evidence concerning four issues in the study of ancient Japan: (1) Yamatai; the land of Wa under queen Himiko, as described by the Chinese chronicler Chen Shou (in 28. .
Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures offers substantial new insights into early Japanese history (. It contends that the rich archaeological discoveries of the past few decades permit scholars to develop far more satisfactory interpretations of ancient Japan than was possible when they were heavily dependent on written sources.
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Issues in the Historical Archaeology of Ancient Japan Farris explores the insights into the history of ancient Japan . The restriction of Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures to four topics allows for a good mix of archaeological detail and broader narrative
The restriction of Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures to four topics allows for a good mix of archaeological detail and broader narrative. It also allows coverage of historiography, and in particular of the changing approaches within Japan to the more controversial topics where archaeology has collided with religious and nationalist traditions.
Request PDF On Sep 1, 2000, Gina L. Barnes and others published Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures: Issues . Japanese armour is thought to have evolved from the armour used in ancient China and Korea
Japanese armour is thought to have evolved from the armour used in ancient China and Korea. Cuirasses and helmets were manufactured in Japan as early as the 4th century and, centuries later, the complete Japanese armour was used for the battle.
William Wayne Farris is professor emeritus of Japanese history at the University of Hawai‘i, where he.
William Wayne Farris is professor emeritus of Japanese history at the University of Hawai‘i, where he served for twelve years as the Sen Sōshitsu XV Distinguished Chair of Traditional Japanese History and Culture. Such monitoring would be done by the provider of network services and is beyond the responsibility or control of University of Hawaiʻi Press.
and Buried Treasures : Issues on the Historical Archaeology of Ancient Japan.
book by William Wayne Farris. Sacred Texts and Buried Treasures : Issues on the Historical Archaeology of Ancient Japan. by William Wayne Farris.
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