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History 465: Japans Royal Court: Home

Sakuteiki: Visions of the Japanese Garden

List of the readings from this text:

1/26:  "Life in the Heian Period"

1/31: “Nature”

2/2: “Buddhism” and skim “Geomancy”

2/7: “Taboos”

2/14: “Sakuteiki Translation and Annotation”

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Jennifer Motszko
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262-472-5515
Subjects: History