Daily Life and Demographics in Ancient Japan
Farris, William Wayne

Ann Arbor Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan 2009 First edition Octavo (standard size). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards and dust jacket. x, 137 p. w/ chapter endnotes, bibliography, index. A detailed discussion, using demographics exensively, that looks at daily life in Japan between 700 and 1150 a.d., a time of high mortality due to disease, famine, and war. It also begat chances in food supply and peace making that bore fruit in raising Japan's population later in the medival period . Very good Hardcover (Item ID: 17660)


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