Weaving and binding : immigrant gods and female immortals in ancient Japan /
"Among the most exciting developments in the study of Japanese religion over the past two decades has been the discovery of tens of thousands of ritual vessels, implements, and scapegoat dolls (hitogata) from the Nara (710-784) and early Heian (794-1185) periods. Because inscriptions on many of...
University of Hawaii Press,
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