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Journal of Asian Studies (2024) 83 (2): 258–278.
Published: 01 May 2024
... were heavily concentrated in the mountains in the form of communal burial sites; thus, to ease acceptance of colonial rule, such Japanese objectives as forest cultivation needed to accommodate long-established Korean practices of mountain burial. In addition, Japanese perceptions of Koreans...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1960) 19 (4): 465–466.
Published: 01 August 1960
... mentions them briefly and is of the opinion that these kurgans go back to the historical Uighurs, but offers no proofs. Many of those burial sites, very different in form, have in fact been identified as Hunnic, Orkhon Turkic, and Kirghiz graves. The strange thing about it, however, is that the Topas...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1960) 19 (4): 466–467.
Published: 01 August 1960
... of those burial sites, very different in form, have in fact been identified as Hunnic, Orkhon Turkic, and Kirghiz graves. The strange thing about it, however, is that the Topas, Zhuanzhuan, Kitais, Tatars, Naimans, etc., must have left behind burial sites too. The historical traditions as well as the oral...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2014) 73 (3): 795–796.
Published: 01 August 2014
... of technical terminology utilized in the book, including explanations for Paton's unorthodox translations of “spiritual geography” for fengshui ; “node” for xue 穴, the ideal burial site, normally translated as “lair”; and “configurational force” for shi 勢, rendered by Kohut—the first English translator...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1989) 48 (4): 927–928.
Published: 01 November 1989
.... Of special importance is the added chapter on Burmese ceramics: "Until very recently. . . Burma was thought to be quite devoid of old glazed ceramics" (p. 99). The puzzling Tak/Omkoi discoveries, which began emerging in 1984 from burial sites in the hills along the Thai-Burmese border, disclosed...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2015) 74 (2): 494–496.
Published: 01 May 2015
..., subsequently shifting Koreans' views on the body. Guy Podoler's research takes the National Cemetery, newly founded in postwar Korea, as a nationalist text, and as another highly symbolic and visible burial site for selected dead bodies, thus elucidating the use of death to protect or maintain the legitimacy...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2020) 79 (3): 806–811.
Published: 01 August 2020
... metalworkers visited villages and made the crucibles locally on-site. Chapter 6 reviews the depositional contexts of the metal artifacts and demonstrates the importance of examining all artifacts (both broken and intact) from all contexts (both burial and nonburial), used in ritual and in everyday domestic...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1989) 48 (4): 926–927.
Published: 01 November 1989
.../Omkoi discoveries, which began emerging in 1984 from burial sites in the hills along the Thai-Burmese border, disclosed an unprecedented grouping of Southeast Asian ceramics accompanied by Chinese types dated from the fourteenth through sixteenth centuries. In addition to a mixture of Thai ceramics...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2011) 70 (4): 1206–1208.
Published: 01 November 2011
... sites, as well as Sanskrit literature. Meera Visvanathan questions how we can “locate the experience of martial heroism within the larger structures of early historic south India” (p. 174), and juxtaposes burial sites with literature, in this case ancient Tamil poetry. Chapters 6 and 7 consider...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2015) 74 (3): 747–748.
Published: 01 August 2015
... to console the anguished and dangerous spirits of murdered ancestors trapped between this world and the next, collective funeral rites are performed over anonymous bones at mass burial sites. The third chapter recounts the efforts of the people of Bayan-Uul to explain their suffering and poverty...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1969) 29 (1): 178–179.
Published: 01 November 1969
... of archeological terms and a brief description of major sites and their significance would be helpful. Some of the details of tools, pottery, and burial sites might be shortened although this is a delicate task. The photographs could be located near the relevant discussion instead of in a center section (although...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1969) 29 (1): 179–180.
Published: 01 November 1969
... of settlement, economy and agriculture, craft and technology and, finally, art and religion. How might it be improved? A glossary at the beginning of the book of archeological terms and a brief description of major sites and their significance would be helpful. Some of the details of tools, pottery, and burial...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1999) 58 (4): 1201–1202.
Published: 01 November 1999
... are followed by an appendix of additional Worcester resources that includes a bibliography of Worcester's publications; photographs of his home and burial site in Thetford, Vermont; guides to materials on Philippine-American relations and Worcester archival holdings in the University of Michigan's Bentley...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2005) 64 (2): 482–483.
Published: 01 May 2005
... restrictions in all facets of daily life: their dress, language, residence location, ceremonies, marriage partners, and even burial sites (p. 22). Efforts to rescind these restrictions met resistance as commoners harassed those who sought the removal of the more obvious stigmas of paekjo ng status...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1968) 27 (2): 253–267.
Published: 01 February 1968
... of the schools of philosophical magic when Tsou Yen was flourishing . . . in the Han the system was well under construction . . . its consolidation took place in the San Kuo period."33 Burial geomancy seems to have arisen later than the geomancy of city and building sites. The eighteenth-century Ssu ]{u ch'tian...
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Journal of Asian Studies 11163185.
Published: 21 June 2024
... swine pop­u­lat­ ion and ris­ing pro­duct­ ivi­ ty of fert­ il­ ize­ r, and a tour­ist site cleansed of burial sites whilst also bei­ng readi­ly subj­ect to the Party s prop­ ag­ an­da (2 3). Nevertheless, due to var­io­ us rea­sons, these five proj­ects dev­ ia­ ted from their origi­­nal aims...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1998) 57 (4): 1140–1142.
Published: 01 November 1998
... turncoat leads a second Communist defector-turned-Nationalist agent named Gu Shunzhang to the secret burial site of Gu's murdered family is typical of Wakeman's unflinching, often dramatic approach. After an hour of digging, workmen BOOK REVIEWS CHINA I l 4 l break through a cement seal and the smell...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1998) 57 (4): 1138–1140.
Published: 01 November 1998
... investigations, Wakeman uncovers many extreme and disturbing aspects of Chinese governmental and political practice. A scene in which a Communist turncoat leads a second Communist defector-turned-Nationalist agent named Gu Shunzhang to the secret burial site of Gu's murdered family is typical of Wakeman's...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1997) 56 (1): 277–279.
Published: 01 February 1997
... in this region. Within a decade many of the Toraja's sacred effigies of the dead had been stolen from traditional burial sites, prompting great anguish amongst the Torajas. As Crystal admonishes, if museum curators and collectors in the West would recognize all such Toraja mortuary statues as illicitly obtained...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1990) 49 (3): 509–534.
Published: 01 August 1990
..." of Chinese women see R. Watson 1986. 514 MYRON L. COHEN the lineage common cemeteries were no longer able to contain later generations there was a proliferation of smaller burial sites and for each of these there was the designation of an ancestral grave. The establishment of new ancestral graves continues...