EJVS 12-1 (March 2005) Additional materials in support of ‘Vala and Iwato’

Figure 1. Mt. Kaguyama, from the SE of the Yamato plain. In the upper center, the Unebi mountain at Kashiwara, with Emperor Jimmu's grave; to the right of it (green triangular shape arising from the plains), Mt. Kaguyama. (photo: Witzel 1990)

Uzume dancing in front of the Iwato cave. Kokuritsu ky◊iku kenkuyū-jo] . Monbush◊ 1935.Figure 2. From: Rotermund 1988: 203 [source: Sh◊gaku kokugo tokuhon 5.

1850) From: New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology (F.) London: Hamlin 1984: 405 . Amaterasu appears from the Iwato cave. Painting by Kunisada Toyokuni II (c. Guirand. ed.Figure 3.

Tokyo: Shinjinbutsu ◊raisha 1990:38 . K◊ikeisho ‘Gishiki’ H◊ten Bessatsu Rekishi Tokuhon. Taikanshiki of 1687.Figure 4. From: Tokoro Isao (ed. Koshiki. Etoki shΩrΩzu.ni miru.).

Note the Mikannagi and Sarume women in the row of priests and officials in the upper right (northeastern) corner.Figure 5. Layout of the Sukid◊ and Yukid◊ halls during the Taikanshiki in 1687. (From Bock 1970: 48) .

Note the ĀgnΩdhra hut on the northern rim. Plan of the Soma ritual. the mùrjalΩya hut on the southern rim. and the Sadas hall in the center of the offering ground. Sen. Delhi 1978 .Figure 6. A Dictionary of the Vedic Rituals based on the ërauta and G›hya Sūtras. From: C. where some of the significant actions described in this paper take place.

les anciens. Les algues. Spirit box (kusin tobangkkuri) under the roof of a Korean farm house. Paris 1983. les dieux. . Guillemoz.Figure 7. birth. goddess of conception. plate 9. to the right of the vessel of Samsin. From: A. and childhood.

Geddes. Young Dayak woman with soul jar on her hip. Oxford University Press 1985. .Figure 8. plate III. silver belt and magical hat.R. Nine Dayak Nights. From: W.

The mainly pastoral cultures of the Eurasian steppes (here represented by the Andronovo culture). up to the borders of Korea. . Anthony: Samara Project.hartwick. extend further east.html. maps of historical vegetation. From: D. below. available at: http://users. Cf.Figure 9.edu/iaes/newsletter/newsletter.

with horse sacrifice and remnants of a proto-chariot (spokes are clearly visible.Sin.html.csen. From: http://www.Ark. though not in this drawing). Grave at Sintashta (near the southern Ural mountains).org/koryakova2/Korya.Figure 10. .

gif. Available at: http://www.Figure 11.gov/projects/qen/NEW_MAPS/eurasia0.ornl. Note the moist/dry steppe belt (in yellow) extending from Rumania to North Korea.esd. 2000 BCE until present. Natural vegetation in Eurasia from c. .

cox.net/quaternary/nercEURASIA. Historical climate of China. http://members.html. .Figure 12.

.esd.html.ornl.cox. http://members. allowing quick movements between Manchuria and Rumania and vice v e r s a . Note the steppe and forest-steppe belt.Figure 13.net/quaternary/nercEURASIA.gov/projects/qen/NEW_MAPS/eurasia0. From: http://www.gif. Historical climate of Eurasia during the past 4000 years.

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