Antiquity and Anachronism in Japanese History

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Stanford University Press, 1992 - History - 211 pages
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This collection of essays is built around the theme of the extent to which the exaggeration of antiquity has distorted historical understanding in Japanese history.
 

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Contents

Anachronism
45
Yoritomo and Feudalism
73
Identity Personal Names and Kamakura
91
Documents Translation and History
128
Changing Western Views of Kamakura History
178
Index
203
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