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cord making refering to the technique that this culture used to decorate earthen ware
Jomon
Bell/ Based on Han Chinese bell forms/ musical instrament, treasured cerominal bronze
Dutaku
(Old/ tomb) period
Kofun
pit graves covered by sometimes enormous mounds appering in 3rd century
Tumuli
(Clay/ Circle) adaptation of basic clay into cylinder form
Haniwa
sun goddess that shrines are made for in Japan
Amaterasu
sacred space, ritual renewal, and purification
Shinto
spirtual being/ or deitys
Kami
image hall in early Horyuii temple (golden hall)
Kondo
Buddah flanked by two Buddahvistas
Buddah triad
central figure in triad (indian/ chinese sakyamuni) historical Budah
Shaka
lotos petal shaped nimbus/ flaming
mandora (mandala in Sanskirt)
maker of buddhist images
Busshi
Great Buddah Hall
Daibutsuden
Great Buddah
Daibutsu
central figure in triad (indian/ chinese sakyamuni) historical Budah
Shaka
lotos petal shaped nimbus/ flaming
Mandorla
maker of buddhist images
Busshi
Great Buddah Hall
Daibutsuden
Great Buddah
Daibutsu
central figure in triad (indian/ chinese sakyamuni) historical Budah
Shaka
lotos petal shaped nimbus/ flaming
Mandorla
maker of buddhist images
Busshi
Great Buddah Hall
Daibutsuden
Great Buddah
Daibutsu
diagram of the cosmic universe
Mandora (sanskirt Mandala)
long admired work of Japaniese literature
Tale of Gengie
sound writing system developed in Japan from chinese characters
Hirgana
native style of painting (----= Japan)
Yamoto-e
false ending
Deceptove cadence
stressed sanf power of Buddah
Amida and pure Land Buddhism