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1115Re: Japanese Architecture

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  • Akimoya :�
    May 2, 2000
      --- In sca-jml@egroups.com, Joshua Badgley <fsjlb4@a...> wrote:

      > The importance of the find is that it may back up historical
      > documents which often mentioned that the shrine used to have a
      > very tall wooden building. If it is true, the Heian building would
      > have been twice as tall as the current shrine and the tallest
      > example of Japan's wooden architecture with the exception of some
      > five-story wooden pagodas.

      {insert appropriate Japanese translation} Kewl!

      Thanks for the info!

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