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  • Thank you. Tatsume
    kanamori.tatsume@... Feb 20, 2015
  • Greetings Lady Solveig Can you tell me the title of the large book written by the Iberian priest? I found a copy of the book containing William Adams' letters on the Hathi Trust Digital Library, but a search through it did not give any mention of Gingko trees. Sincerely, Tatsume
    kanamori.tatsume@... Feb 12, 2015
  • Okay. Thank you. I'll have to try the Individually Attested approach. Best, Tatsume
    kanamori.tatsume@... Dec 12, 2014
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  • Greetings all, I tried to register heraldry with Gingko leaves, but it was rejected due to a lack of provided documentation that Europeans knew about the tree Gingko before 1650. Does someone know where I could find some documentation to prove it? Or any other suggestions for registering Gingko leaves in my device? Thank you very much for your time. Sincerely, Tatsume
    kanamori.tatsume@... Dec 11, 2014
  • Oops! I'm terribly sorry. I thought I was posting to my barony's list. Many apologies. Kanamori no Tatsume --- In sca-jml@^$1, "LJonthebay" wrote: > > > > --- In sca-jml@^$2, "tatsumechan" wrote: > > > > Hi Everyone, > > > > At the last A&S night the topic of Sari (or Saree) draping came up and at the end of it all I believe I ended volunteering myself to give a more formal...
    tatsumechan Aug 12, 2013
  • Hi Everyone, At the last A&S night the topic of Sari (or Saree) draping came up and at the end of it all I believe I ended volunteering myself to give a more formal demonstration of some of the drapes I learned from the book "Saris: An Illustrated Guide to the Indian Art of Draping" by Chantal Boulanger. So at the next A&S night I plan on showing up with some saris to teach anyone...
    tatsumechan Aug 7, 2013
  • --- In sca-jml@^$1, "tatsumechan" wrote: > > Sorry for the intrusion again but reading Kosode has left me feeling a > bit confused. I was under the impression that the Heian women wore a > white kosode underneath all their layers though the book is saying > that the hitoe was next to the skin and does not mention the kosode. > Did the kosode come later and I was just misinformed...
    tatsumechan Dec 5, 2008
  • Sorry for the intrusion again but reading Kosode has left me feeling a bit confused. I was under the impression that the Heian women wore a white kosode underneath all their layers though the book is saying that the hitoe was next to the skin and does not mention the kosode. Did the kosode come later and I was just misinformed? Tatsume
    tatsumechan Dec 5, 2008
  • Thenk you everybody. Turns out my school library has Kimono: Fashioning Culture by Dalby and Kosode by Stinchecum so I'll be getting those two tomorrow baring that anything unusual and down right weird happens. domo arigatou gozaimasu Tatsume
    tatsumechan Dec 1, 2008
  • (yes dyeing is a real word according to dictionary.com) Can anyone point me towards some books about Heian period dyeing. I want to write a paper for school about the color layering of the women's clothes and thought it'd be nice to include some information about the dyeing process. arigatou gozaimasu Tatsume
    tatsumechan Dec 1, 2008