Epidemics and mortality in early modern Japan /

Ann Jannetta suggests that Japan's geography and isolation from major world trade routes provided a cordon sanitaire that prevented the worst diseases of the early modern world from penetrating the country before the mid-nineteenth century. Her argument is based on the medical literature on epi...

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Main Author: Jannetta, Ann Bowman, 1932- (Author)
Format: Book Electronic
Language:English
Published:Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, [1987]
Series:Princeton legacy library
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Call Number: RA650.7.J3 J36 1987eb
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