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A History of Japan: From Stone Age to SuperpowerFrom the Stone Age to Statehood: Myths, Prehistory, and Ancient History (to 710)

A History of Japan: From Stone Age to Superpower: From the Stone Age to Statehood: Myths,... [In Takamagahara (the Plain of High Heaven) a number of deities have come into existence. Below lies a swirling mass of liquid. Two of the deities, Izanagi (‘He Who Invites’) and Izanami (‘She Who Invites’), are sent to turn this liquid into land. Izanagi dips his spear into the liquid and the drops that fall coagulate into the island of Onogoro (‘Se1f-Curdling’ Island). The two deities descend to populate it.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

A History of Japan: From Stone Age to SuperpowerFrom the Stone Age to Statehood: Myths, Prehistory, and Ancient History (to 710)

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Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Copyright
© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 2012
ISBN
978-0-230-34662-8
Pages
5 –23
DOI
10.1057/9780230369184_2
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Abstract

[In Takamagahara (the Plain of High Heaven) a number of deities have come into existence. Below lies a swirling mass of liquid. Two of the deities, Izanagi (‘He Who Invites’) and Izanami (‘She Who Invites’), are sent to turn this liquid into land. Izanagi dips his spear into the liquid and the drops that fall coagulate into the island of Onogoro (‘Se1f-Curdling’ Island). The two deities descend to populate it.]

Published: Oct 29, 2015

Keywords: Korean Peninsula; Rice Cultivation; Land Bridge; Ancient History; Territorial Identification

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