The origins of Japan's medieval world : courtiers, clerics, warriors, and peasants in the fourteenth century /
This pioneering collection proposes to change the way we think about fourteenth-century Japan. It argues that Japan's medieval beginnings are found not in the developments flowing from the establishment of the first shogunate in the 1180s, but rather in the shogunate's collapse 150 years l...
|Published:||Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1997.|
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