Re: Re: Adventurous ancestors!
- From: Barbara Nostrand <nostrand@...>
>As I recall, those eleveated buildings are usually used to argue the caseYes, you can still see similar buildings in Indonesia and from what I've read also in Malaysia and the Philippines.
>for a pre-historic immigrant group from Indo-China or Indonesia, I forget
>which exactly. This is is one of the several places in the book where
>Ishige is pretty clearly engaged in Nihonron.
>If you want to considerWhere is this? Just curious since the classification of the Japanese language is also a touchy subject and different authors have various strange spins on it. There is at least one book out that lists a dozen plus Japanese origin theories with citations and quotes. My favorite is that the Japanese are one of the lost tribes of Israel along with the mysterious horse nomads that show up one day in Japan without ever passing through a China that is already writing histories.
>something unusual, then you should consider the log buildings. Interlocked
>log buildings are quite unusual even in places with lots of forrests. The
>Pacific Northwest Indians lived in split timber houses. Log houses can be
>found in areas inhabitted by Ural-Altaic speakers.
One of the more reasonable theories is that the original Japanese were a mixture of immigrants from various parts of Southeast Asia that were largely taken over by one of the losing factions of the wars that were endemic to Korea at the time. This theory explains the similarities between Korean and Japanese, it's really one of the dialects of Korean that no longer exist in Korea with borrow words from the earlier immigrants. It also postulates that the early nobility were really Koreans who subjugated the natives using their superior knowledge of war.
This is not a popular theory in Japan, indeed members of the extreme right might injure or kill you over it. Too bad no independent scholars are allowed to look over the Imperial treasures.
I occasionally get the early messages out of order as well; however,
I can't imagine that there is a problem with Yahoo. Else, how did the
others receive the message to reply to? I assume that either A) the
messages are slow enough to deliver to some mail servers that others
reply back to the original and that mail goes through faster than the
original, or B) the time stamp for several of the users are not
configured correctly, and the e-mail program sorts by date. Thus, the
original will flag at the right time, but the reply is incorrectly set
as before the original, or the original is incorrectly set to a future
time, thus letting replies sort before it.
Let me know if anyone else has any more insight on this.
Hayes Lemmerz International, Inc.
From: Ii Saburou [mailto:logan@...]
Sent: Thursday, December 12, 2002 7:15 AM
Subject: Re: [SCA-JML] Re: Looking for Koto music...
> ----- Original Message -----Japanese
> That brings up a question I have for everyone: What sorts of
> musical instruments do people have on this list? I have aShakuhachi
> (well, Shaku-shichi or Shaku-roku, since it's tuned a western wholeI'm only renting one at the moment. Eventually I'll have enough money
> step higher) made by a flute-maker more as an experiment than an
> authentic instrument.
> And I take it Ii has a Koto?
PS: Is anyone else out there getting messages out of order from Yahoo!?
I have missed the originals on several threads so far, and I need to see
if it is Yahoo! or my e-mail host.
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