2 edition of Epitome of the Ancient History of Japan found in the catalog.
|Statement||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|Publishers||Franklin Classics Trade Press|
|LC Classifications||Nov 11, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Some versions of the theory applied to the whole population, but others only claimed that a specific group within the Japanese people had descended from. Honogi Wars, Hekiandgengi, Kumagai and At Sumori 3 images• In original soft cloth boards. Supposed Rafts Israelites Crossed on Via Saghalien to Japan Taken from Ancient Picture repeat of illustration with same title, above• Shillony writes that: Its author claimed, contrary to what McLeod had written, that it was the outcasts of Japan, the or Ety as the article rendered the termwho were the descendants of Jews.
The books contain extensive comparisons of the religious rituals of and as evidence of the links between ancient Israel and Japan. Yoshiro was an expert on Japanese. Researcher and author emphasizes that DNA evidence excludes the possibility of significant links between Japanese and Jews. Nihon Heburu Shiika no Kenkyuu.
Journal of Human Genetics November 18, 2005. "Rare Books - Important Acquisitions - Illustrations to the Epitome of the ancient history of Japan, including illustrations to the guide book", National Library of Scotland website, 2004? The civilized race of the Aa. Any modification, remote loading, publication, reproduction on another site, diffusion on the internet, or commercial use of these texts is strictly prohibited without the prior agreement of the author.
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[Monkeys Greeting the New Year]• An article of this book can be seen at the Rare Books site of the with search words "Norman McLeod Epitome" accessed March 9, 2011.
The author also claimed that the Eta observed Jewish customs: "In the ghetto of , for example, the Ety observe the very religiously.
According to , "Saeki's writings spread the theory about 'the common ancestry of the Japanese and the Jews' Nichi-Yu dosoron in Japan, a theory that was endorsed by some Christian groups.