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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haniwa
Literary usage of Haniwa
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Indian Linguistic Families of America, North of Mexico by John Wesley Powell (1891)
"... 'haniwa'. In Rabbit Place you were conceived (repeat)—Yoho'+! He! ... 'haniwa'. In Uya'ye you were conceived (repeat)—Yoho' + ! He! ..."
2. Chinese Clay Figures by Berthold Laufer (1914)
"73), figure such a haniwa with the description "cuirasse de style européen trouvée en Musashi, Japon." The Japanese authors, accordingly, are struck by the ..."
3. A History of the Japanese People from the Earliest Times to the End of the by Frank Brinkley, Dairoku Kikuchi (1915)
"Further, around the covering-mound there are generally found, embedded in the earth, terracotta cylinders (haniwa), sometimes surmounted with figures or ..."
4. A Study of the Origin of the Japanese State by Seigo Takahashi (1917)
"... the haniwa workers were Izumo people who undoubtedly were in close contact with the Korean peninsula from the earliest date. It must be noted that from ..."
5. Terry's Japanese Empire by Thomas Philip Terry (1914)
"5 in. high, clad in ancient armor and called haniwa, stand at the corners of the coffin, and represent the samurai or other retainers who anciently were ..."