Early Buddhist Japan

By: KIDDER, J. EDWARD

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Early Buddhist Japan by KIDDER, J. EDWARD
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No place of publication.: Thames and Hudson.. 1972.. Maps and plans, black and white photographic illustrations, 212pp, bibliography, index, stamp and elegant tipped-in bookplate front free endpaper, cloth lightly scratched, priceclipped dustjacket little worn at extremities, mark from price sticker upper cover. "The introduction of Buddhism in the middle of the sixth century AD is often regarded as the beginning of cultural history in Japan. Professor Kidder uses the widest range of archaeological evidence to discuss such questions as the early palaces, the development of temple architecture, the cult of relics, the building of stockades, castles and other fortifications, city plans and the land distribution system in rural areas, Shinto worship sites and the use of coins in the economy." Publisher's description. .

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