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East Asian History - Beginnings In Japan - Patterns & Origins

East Asian History - Beginnings In Japan - Patterns & Origins

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The History of East Asia: Beginnings in

Japan: Patterns and Origins:

Author: Charles Hayes:

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* Introduction:

1. Beginnings in Japan: Patterns and Origins:

A. Ties with Korea and Tomb Builders:

B. Mythical Histories:

C. The Uji:

D. Shinto:

E. The Link with China:

F. Taika, Nara, and Heian:

G. Chinese and Buddhist Art:

H. Buddhism and Literacy:

I. The Shoen System:

J. Heian Culture:

K. Murasaki Shikibu (Lady Murasaki):

L. Art and Gardens:

M. Kana Monastic Armies:

N. Pressures on the Environment:

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