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No. Name Title Journal Volume Date Page
1 ABBAS, Raouf Pre-ceramic Age in Japan ACTA ASIATICA 1 1960 1-28
2 ABD EL-MONEM, Mohamed Adel M. Fujiwara Shunzei and Literary Theories of the Middle Age ACTA ASIATICA 1 1960 29-42
3 ABE, Akio Study of the Yakushi Triad in the Kondo, Yakushi-ji ACTA ASIATICA 1 1960 89-108
4 ABE, Hiroshi The Affinity of Japanese ACTA ASIATICA 2 1961 1-29
5 ABE, Makoto How was the Genji Monogatari Written? ACTA ASIATICA 2 1961 59-67
6 ABE, Makoto and KAWAKAMI, Momoko International Relations between the 10th and the 16th Century and the Development of the Japanese International Consciousness ACTA ASIATICA 2 1961 68-93
7 ABE, Masao Research in Japan on Chinese Poetry during Edo Period ACTA ASIATICA 2 1961 94-103
8 ABE, Masatoshi A. Reopening of the Diplomatic and Commercial Relations between Japan and Siam during Tokugawa Days ACTA ASIATICA 4 1963 1-31
9 ABE, Yoshio Otogi and Literature ACTA ASIATICA 4 1963 32-42
10 ABEGGLEN, J. C. and RAPP, W. V. Ancient Mirrors and Their Relationship to Early Japanese Culture ACTA ASIATICA 4 1963 70-79
11 ABIMANYU, Anggito The Trend of Studies of eKirishitanf Literature ACTA ASIATICA 4 1963 97-113
12 AFXENTIOU, Panos and SERLETIS, Apostolos The Contemporary Studies of Genji Monogatari ACTA ASIATICA 6 1964/3 41-56
13
AGOVI, K. E. Communication Discourse in Japanese Festivals Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 38 1993 43-54
14 AHAMMED, C. Saleh Independence of Hokku in Haikai and Its Significance ACTA ASIATICA 7 1964/12 20-35
15 AITKEN, Robert The Characteristics of Beauty in the Japanese Middle Ages ACTA ASIATICA 8 1965/3 40-53
16 AKAHORI, Masayuki History of the Studies of the Formation of Japanese Hoken System (Feudalism) ACTA ASIATICA 8 1965/3 74-100
17 AKATSUKA, Kiyoshi Disintegration of the Political Principle of the Edo Regime and the Formation of the Han Clique ACTA ASIATICA 9 1965/9 1-30
18 ALAGH, Yoginder K. Murasaki Shikibu's View on the Nature of Monogatari ACTA ASIATICA 11 1966/9 1-10
19 ALBURO, Florian A. How to use the Particles no, ga, wa, ni and o? ACTA ASIATICA 11 1966/9 19-45
20 ALSTER, Bendt Modernization or Japan and the Problem of eIef Consciousness ACTA ASIATICA 13 1967/10 1-54
21 ALSTER, Bendt Reforms of the Meiji Restoration and the Birth of Modern Intellectuals ACTA ASIATICA 13 1967/10 55-99
22 ALSTER, Bendt Recent Trend of the Studies on "Modernization of Japan" ACTA ASIATICA 13 1967/10 100-113
23 ALSTER, Bendt The Policy of the Peking-Mukden Railway -Tanaka Diplomacy and its Background- ACTA ASIATICA 14 1968/3 21-71
24 ALSTER, Bendt and JEYES, Ulla Ogata Korin and the Art of the Genroku Era ACTA ASIATICA 15 1968/12 69-86
25 ALSTER, Bendt and JEYES, Ulla A Historical Survey of the Controversy as to Whether the Horyu-ji was rebuilt or not ACTA ASIATICA 15 1968/12 87-115
26 AMANO, Hajime The Life of Abe no Nakamaro as commented on by Waley: A Critical Study ACTA ASIATICA 17 1969/10 17-38
27 AMANO, Hajime Takeuma ACTA ASIATICA 17 1969/10 39-58
28 AMANO, Hajime Jules Brunet, Francais qui combattit a Goryokaku ACTA ASIATICA 17 1969/10 59-82
29 AMINO, Yoshihiko The Japanese Language as Recorded by Chinese and Koreans: Materials for the Historical Stuy of Japanese ACTA ASIATICA 19 1970/12 1-15
30 AND, Metin Development of Neo-Confucianism in Japan, Korea and China: A Comparative Study ACTA ASIATICA 19 1970/12 16-39
31 ANDRADE, Gustavo The Psition of Dogen in the History of Buddhist Thought ACTA ASIATICA 20 1971/3 7-24
32 ANDREWS, Allan A. The New Buddhism of Kamakura and Nichiren ACTA ASIATICA 20 1971/3 45-57
33 ANISUZZAMAN New Buddhist Sects and Emakimono (hand scroll painting) in the Kamakura Period ACTA ASIATICA 20 1971/3 58-76
34 ANN, Lee Soo Eizon, Ninsho and the Saidai-ji Order ACTA ASIATICA 20 1971/3 77-103
35 ANZAI, Ikuro Museums for Peace in Japan and Other Asian Countries Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 3 May-99 5-18
36 ANZAI, Jiro Coinage from the Kamakura Period through the Edo Period ACTA ASIATICA 21 1971/10 98-108
37 AOKI, Atsushi The Structure of Imogayu-A Chapter on Akutagawa Ryunosuke ACTA ASIATICA 21 1971/10 109-122
38 AOKI, Noriyo Incorporation of WID Perspectives in Japan's Development Assistance
-- Past Experience and Future Prospects --
Technology and Development 9 Jan-96 91-97
39 AOKI, Takeshi Royal Patronage and the Propagation of Christianity in Japan ACTA ASIATICA 22 1972/3 1-17
40 AOKI, Tamotsu Japan's Isolationist Policy as Seen through Dutch Source Materials ACTA ASIATICA 22 1972/3 18-35
41 APERGIS, Nicholas The Book Banning Policy of the Tokugawa Shogunate ACTA ASIATICA 22 1972/3 36-61
42 ARA, Matsuo Dutch Learning (Rangaku) in Japan-A Response Pattern to the Foreign Impact ACTA ASIATICA 22 1972/3 62-72
43 ARA, Matsuo & TSUKINOWA, Tokifusa How the East Responded to the West: The Case of J. R. Black ACTA ASIATICA 22 1972/3 73-83
44 ARAI, Masami Development of Japanese Studies on Sakoku (Closing the Country): A Survey ACTA ASIATICA 22 1972/3 84-103
45 ARAI, Paula The Beginning of Overseas Advance of Japanese Merchant Ships ACTA ASIATICA 23 1972/9 1-24
46 ARAI, Takeo Tales about Music ACTA ASIATICA 23 1972/9 25-41
47 ASADA, Yutaka The Characteristics of Japanese Confucianism ACTA ASIATICA 25 1973/10 1-21
48 ASAKURA, Kokichi Ito Jinsaiɓm ACTA ASIATICA 25 1973/10 22-53
49 ASHIKENAZI, Michael The kokugakuw thought ACTA ASIATICA 25 1973/10 54-67
50 ASSMANN, Jan The thoughts of Mabuchi^ and Norinaga钷 ACTA ASIATICA 25 1973/10 68-90
51 ASWICAHYONO, Haryo and Pangestu, Mari The spiritual strength and independence in bushido m ACTA ASIATICA 25 1973/10 91-106
52 AYUTHAYA, Chirayu Isarangkun na and TAIRA, Koji Self-strengthening and Restoration: Chinese and Japanese

Responses to the West in the mid nineteenth century
ACTA ASIATICA 26 1974/3 91-107
53 BANDO, Shojun Taoist belief in Okinawa: With special emphasis on the kitchen god belief ACTA ASIATICA 27 1974/9 100-115
54 BANDO, Shojun Modes of expression in a historical context ACTA ASIATICA 28 1975/3 1-19
55 BANDO, Shojun The formation of early modern joruriڗ ACTA ASIATICA 28 1975/3 20-41
56 BANDO, Shojun Five methods for appreciating Bashofsm haikuo ACTA ASIATICA 28 1975/3 42-61
57 BANDO, Shojun Saikakufs adoption of shuko from kabuki and joruri ACTA ASIATICA 28 1975/3 62-83
58 BARNARD, Rosemary Japanese foreign trade in the 16th and 17th centuries ACTA ASIATICA 30 1976/2 1-18
59 BAUER, Josef Unauthorized commercial activities by Jesuit missionaries in Japan ACTA ASIATICA 30 1976/2 19-33
60 BAUTISTA, Germelino M. The Japanese-Dutch trade in the formative period of the seclusion policy: Particularly on the raw silk trade by the Dutch factory at Hirado, 1620-1640 ACTA ASIATICA 30 1976/2 34-84
61 BAUTISTA, Romeo M. Tsushima hanfsΔn Korean trade, 1684-1710 ACTA ASIATICA 30 1976/2 85-105
62 BAUTISTA, Romeo M. The great trading merchants, Cocksinja and his son ACTA ASIATICA 30 1976/2 106-116
63
BAUTISTA, Romeo M. The origins of Japanese mythology ACTA ASIATICA 31 1977/1 1-23
64 BAUTISTA, Romeo M. and TECSON, Gwendolyn R. The significance of the formation and distribution of kofun ACTA ASIATICA 31 1977/1 24-50
65 BAUZON, Leslie E. The Yamato state and Korea in the fourth and fifth centuries ACTA ASIATICA 31 1977/1 51-82
66 BEASLEY, William Gerald The ritsuryo system in Japan ACTA ASIATICA 31 1977/1 83-112
67 BEAULIEU, Paul-Alain Studies on ancient Japanese history: Past and present ACTA ASIATICA 31 1977/1 113-129
68 BENG, Gan Wee and YEN, Tham Siew Ancient history and performing arts ACTA ASIATICA 33 1977/11 1-14
69 BERGER, Mark T. Literature and performing arts in the medieval age:Kanfamifsψ dramaturgy ACTA ASIATICA 33 1977/11 15-31
70 BERUMENT, Hakan and PASAOGULLARI, Mehmet YugeiV| and choninl society in the Edo period ACTA ASIATICA 33 1977/11 32-54
71 BEST, Antony Traditional performing arts and the modern age ACTA ASIATICA 33 1977/11 55-73
72 BHATI, Udai Narain Historical review of studies and references ACTA ASIATICA 33 1977/11 74-90
73 BLACK, J. A. Japanese feudalism ACTA ASIATICA 35 1978/11 1-29
74 BLACK, Jeremy Domain laws (bunkoku-ho@) in the Sengoku period:With special emphasis on the DateɒB house code, the JinkaishuoHW ACTA ASIATICA 35 1978/11 30-45
75 BLACK, Jeremy A. Han laws in the Edo period: With particular emphasis on those of Kanazawa han ACTA ASIATICA 35 1978/11 46-71
76 BLOFELD, John Reform of law in the Meiji Restoration ACTA ASIATICA 35 1978/11 72-98
77 BLUMENTHAL, Tuvia and LEE, Chung H. Allegory and thought in medieval wakaa: Concentrating on Jienfs~ works prior to the Jokyu disturbance (v̗j ACTA ASIATICA 37 1979/9 1-28
78 BLYTH, R. H. RengaAin the medieval period ACTA ASIATICA 37 1979/9 29-46
79 BOISSELIER, Jean The structure of gstory-tellingh (katari ) in Japanese war tales: With special reference to the scene of Yoshitomofs ` last moments ACTA ASIATICA 37 1979/9 47-69
80 BOLLINO, C. Andrea, ONISHI, Akira, PAULY, Peter, PETERSEN, Christian E., and SHISHIDO, Shintaro Essays and journals in the medieval period ACTA ASIATICA 37 1979/9 70-84
81 BONGARD-Levin G. M. Setsuwabtales and hijiriascetics ACTA ASIATICA 37 1979/9 85-103
82 BONGARD-Levin G. M. Studies of medieval Japanese literature: Recent trends and major achievements ACTA ASIATICA 37 1979/9 104-132
83 BRAGT, Jan Van Coinage in the Nara and Heian periods ACTA ASIATICA 39 1980/10 1-20
84 BRAGT, Jan Van Early currency policies of the Tokugawas, 1563-1608 ACTA ASIATICA 39 1980/10 21-41
85 BRAGT, Jan Van Domain coins in the early Edo period ACTA ASIATICA 39 1980/10 42-60
86 BRAGT, Jan Van Domain paper currencies and money merchants in the Tokugawa period ACTA ASIATICA 39 1980/10 61-77
87 BRAGT, Jan Van The modernization of the Japanese currency system ACTA ASIATICA 39 1980/10 78-94
88 BRAGT, Jan Van The significance of the Meiji period in Mori OgaifsX^Oliterature ACTA ASIATICA 40 1981/3 1-21
89 BRAGT, Jan Van The emergence of Natsume SosekiĖڟ as a novelist:His position and significance in modern Japanese literature ACTA ASIATICA 40 1981/3 22-36
90 BRAGT, Jan Van The charm of Mori Ogaifs literature: His historical novella,Gojiingahara no katakiuchi쎝@̓G ACTA ASIATICA 40 1981/3 37-56
91 BRAGT, Jan Van The charm of Natsume Sosekifs literature: eWomanf and elovef in his early works ACTA ASIATICA 40 1981/3 57-77
92 BRAGT, Jan Van Recent developments in research on the literature of MoriOgai ACTA ASIATICA 40 1981/3 78-93
93 BRAGT, Jan Van Recent achievements in Soseki studies ACTA ASIATICA 40 1981/3 94-104
94 BRAGT, Jan Van The rise and development of Dutch learning (Rangakuw) in Japan ACTA ASIATICA 42 1982/2 1-17
95 BRAGT, Jan Van The Yogakumwscholarsf awareness of the outer world:Japanese world geography in the Tokugawa period ACTA ASIATICA 42 1982/2 18-40
96 BRAND, A. Growth and development of Western learning in Japan:Mainly from Dutch to English studies ACTA ASIATICA 42 1982/2 41-55
97 BRAUN-HOLZINGER, Eva A. Western learning (Yogaku) in the late Tokugawa period: Particularly the development of humanistic and social studies ACTA ASIATICA 42 1982/2 56-74
98 BROSH, Na'ama Studies of the history of Yogaku: A bibliographical essay ACTA ASIATICA 42 1982/2 75-101
99 CAIN, Peter Shoen ACTA ASIATICA 44 1983/3 1-27
100 CAKMAK, Erol H. Cities in medieval Japan ACTA ASIATICA 44 1983/3 28-52
101 CAO, Yang A Study of the Origins of Ancient Japan's Palace System: Focusing on the Original Court Style Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 36 1991 43-57
102 CARBONI, Stefano Villages and trade in medieval Japan ACTA ASIATICA 44 1983/3 53-76
103 CARNAHAN, John and Hillard Kent Some problems concerning the history of popular life in medieval Japan ACTA ASIATICA 44 1983/3 77-97
104 CARPENTER, John T. Authority and Conformity in Twelfth-Century Japanese Court Calligraphy Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 39 1994 60-80
105 CARR, Kevin Gray Medieval Illustrations of the Life of Prince Shotoku and the Significance of Large-Format Hanging Scrolls Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies 45 2000 65-84
106 CARRASCO, David Recent trends in the study of the social and economic history of medieval Japan ACTA ASIATICA 44 1983/3 98-126
107 CARROUE, Francois On the sedoka ACTA ASIATICA 46 1984/3 1-19
108 CARROUE, Francois The influence of Buddhist thought on the Manfyoshu ݗtWpoems of Yananoue no OkuraR㉯ ACTA ASIATICA 46 1984/3 20-40
109 CARROUE, Francois The principles governing the hypermeter in the Manfyoshu ACTA ASIATICA 46 1984/3 41-61
110 CARTER, Robert E. The kunPreadings of the Kojiki ÎL ACTA ASIATICA 46 1984/3 62-84
111 CAVIGNEAUX, Antoine Japan and the eastward permeation of Buddhism ACTA ASIATICA 47 1985/1 1-30
112 CAVIGNEAUX, Antoine Three stages in Shotoku Taishifsqacceptance of Buddhism ACTA ASIATICA 47 1985/1 31-47
113 CAVIGNEAUX, Antoine The doctrinal dispute between the TendaiV and Hosso@ sects ACTA ASIATICA 47 1985/1 48-81
114 CAVIGNEAUX, Antoine The hermeneutics of K?kaiC ACTA ASIATICA 47 1985/1 82-108
115 CAVIGNEAUX, Antoine und ISMAIL, Bahija Khalil Kobo DaishiO@t (Kukai) and Tathagatagarbha thought ACTA ASIATICA 47 1985/1 109-129
116 CHANG, Han-yu The formation of bushi bands (bushidanmc) ACTA ASIATICA 49 1985/8 1-14
117 CHAOLONG, Xu The Kamakura bakufu as a legitimate public authority ACTA ASIATICA 49 1985/8 15-33
118 CHAPPELL, David W. The lord-vassal system and public authority (kogiV): The case of the Sengoku daimyo 퍑喼 ACTA ASIATICA 49 1985/8 34-45
119 CHEN, Dongling and CLEMENTS, Kenneth W. gHideyoshifsGgpeaceh and the transformation of the bushi class: The dissolution of the autonomy of the medieval bushi ACTA ASIATICA 49 1985/8 46-77
120 CHEN, E. K. Y. and Hsia R. Bushi and the Meiji Restoration ACTA ASIATICA 49 1985/8 78-96
121 CHEONG, K. C. The religious situation in Japan in relation to Shinto_ ACTA ASIATICA 51 1987/2 1-21
122 CHILSON,Clark The development of state ritual in ancient Japan ACTA ASIATICA 51 1987/2 22-41
123 CHO, Yukio Religion and state in the early Meiji period (1868-1912) ACTA ASIATICA 51 1987/2 42-61
124 CHOI, Kyong-rak Tradition and change in local community shrines ACTA ASIATICA 51 1987/2 62-76
125 CHOMCHAI, Prachoom The monotheistic tendency in Shinto faith ACTA ASIATICA 51 1987/2 77-95
126 CHOMCHAI, Prachoom Studies on Shito in pre- and post-war Japan ACTA ASIATICA 51 1987/2 96-118
127 CLAMMER, John Knowledge and Society: The Role of Self, Belief and Social Order in Japanese Social Thought Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 36 1991 58-70
128 CLARKE, Hugh Metaphor in the Omoro Soshi: Old Ryukyuan Concepts of Reality? Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 37 1992 58-71
129 COLLINS, William J. H. Apprenticeship training in Tokugawa Japan ACTA ASIATICA 54 1988/3 1-23
130 COLLINS, William J. H. The Meiji Restoration and educational reforms ACTA ASIATICA 54 1988/3 24-47
131 CONZE, Edward Educational reforms in modern Japan before and during World WarU: Centering on the discussions regarding the school system ACTA ASIATICA 54 1988/3 48-74
132 CONZE, Edward The basic source materials on the education reform in postwar Japan: Report of the surveys conducted by the NIER research group ACTA ASIATICA 54 1988/3 75-105
133 COOPER, Marc The study of Japanese educational history: A brief history and related problems ACTA ASIATICA 54 1988/3 106-123
134 CRIBB, Joe Kanishka's Buddha Image Coins Revisited Silk Road Art and Archaeology 6 1999/2000 151-189
135 CURTIS, Gerald L. Continuity and discontinuity in monogatari literature ACTA ASIATICA 56 1989/3 1-23
136 CURTIS, John Briggs Continuity and discontinuity in the pictorial composition of handscroll painting ACTA ASIATICA 56 1989/3 24-45
137 D'AGOSTINO, Franco Continuity and discontinuity in renga A: One feature of Japanese literature ACTA ASIATICA 56 1989/3 46-76
138 DAMODARAN, A. Continuity and discontinuity in modern Japanese literature ACTA ASIATICA 56 1989/3 77-89
139 DARWANTO, Herry Linked poetry: Experiments with Western poets ACTA ASIATICA 56 1989/3 90-105
140 DE FERRANTI, Hugh Putting in the Laughs: Humour in Kuzure Biwa Narrative Performance Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan 37 1992 116-134
141 DOHERTY, Gerald Emperor versus army leaders: The gcomplicationsh incident of 1886 ACTA ASIATICA 59 1990/10 1-17
142 DOHERTY, Gerald How radicals in the popular rights movement viewed the emperor: A brief analysis ACTA ASIATICA 59 1990/10 18-37
143 DOHERTY, Gerald The modern emperor system as it took shape before and after the Sino-Japanese War 1894-5 ACTA ASIATICA 59 1990/10 38-58
144 DOHERTY, Gerald Emperor, cabinet and Diet in Meiji politics (1880-1913) ACTA ASIATICA 59 1990/10 59-76
145 DOHERTY, Gerald The emperorfs right of supreme command as exercised up to 1930: A study based especially on the Takarabe & Kuratomiqxdiaries ACTA ASIATICA 59 1990/10 77-100
146 DOI, Akira The emperor as a gsymbolh in postwar Japan ACTA ASIATICA 59 1990/10 101-125
147 DOWLING, John Malcolm and LAHIRI, Ashok Kumar The ethnological study of Japanfs ethnic culture: A historical survey ACTA ASIATICA 61 1991/8 1-23
148 DOWLING, John Malcolm Jr. and HIEMENZ, Ulrich The Wa people and their culture in ancient Japan: The cultures of swidden cultivation and padi-rice cultivation ACTA ASIATICA 61 1991/8 24-46
149 DRYSDALE, Peter The evolution of the kami cult ACTA ASIATICA 61 1991/8 47-67
150 DRYSDALE, Peter The ancient myths of Korea and Japan ACTA ASIATICA 61 1991/8 68-82
151 DUBE, S. C. Cultural elements of northern provenance in the family customs of Japan ACTA ASIATICA 61 1991/8 83-102
152 DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K. Issues in Japanese archaeology ACTA ASIATICA 63 1992/11 1-20
153 DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K. The achievements of research into the Japanese Palaeolithic ACTA ASIATICA 63 1992/11 21-39
154 DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K. Rice cultivation and the Japanese ACTA ASIATICA 63 1992/11 40-63
155 DZURGBA, Akpenpuun The Kofun period and state formation ACTA ASIATICA 63 1992/11 64-86
156 EBERSOLE, Gary L. The excavation of ancient palaces and capitals ACTA ASIATICA 63 1992/11 87-98
157 EGAMI, Namio Sino-Japanesestudies: In retrospect and future prospect ACTA ASIATICA 65 1993/8 1-10
158 EGAMI, Namio Sino-Japanese system in use ACTA ASIATICA 65 1993/8 11-29
159 EGAMI, Namio The origins of the ssu-sheng lmarks ACTA ASIATICA 65 1993/8 30-50
160 EGAMI, Namio The tones of Japanese Gofon ACTA ASIATICA 65 1993/8 51-64
161 EGAMI, Namio, MASUDA, Sei-ichi and GOTOH, Takashi Sino-Japanese kana usage ACTA ASIATICA 65 1993/8 65-84
162 EGUCHI, Yujiro Municipal Government and International Cooperation Technology and Development 5 Jan-92 47-54
163 ELIOT, Alexander Tables of Gofon and Kanfon readings ACTA ASIATICA 65 1993/8 85-130
164 ENG, Phang Hooi AnnenR: The philosopher who Japanized Buddhism ACTA ASIATICA 66 1994/1 69-86
165 ENOKI, Kazuo Research trends in the study of the history of Japanese foreign relations at the start of the early modern period: On the reexamination of gnational seclusionh@\From the 1970fs to 1990fs ACTA ASIATICA 67 1994/8 1-29
166 ENOKI, Kazuo The establishment and characteristics of the gTsushima Δn gateh ACTA ASIATICA 67 1994/8 30-48
167 ENOMOTO, Soji Japanese control of EzochiڈΒn and the role of northern Koryo ACTA ASIATICA 67 1994/8 49-68
168 ERKIN, Huseyin Can The Legal Positioning of Foreigners in the Sengoku Era: An Analysis of Takokunin Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies 40 1995 119-131
169 ERLING, Bernard Commodore Perryfs expedition to Japan and the Ryukyuan kingdom: A perspective on the history of the opening of East Asia to the West ACTA ASIATICA 67 1994/8 69-82
170 ESTUDILLO, Jonna P. The entrenchment of the concept of gnational seclusionh ACTA ASIATICA 67 1994/8 83-103
171 EYNON, Matthew Some questions concerning ancient Japanese history: With reference to state theory ACTA ASIATICA 69 1995/11 1-13
172 EYNON, Matthew State and society in ancient Japan ACTA ASIATICA 69 1995/11 14-38