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The Protocol of the Gods: A Study of the Kasuga Cult in Japanese History
A. Grapard
Published 1992
History
The Protocol of the Gods is a pioneering study of the history of relations between Japanese native institutions (Shinto shrines) and imported Buddhist institutions (Buddhist temples). Using the… Expand
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