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Edited by Margret Schuchard
This fresh portrait of Varenius presents a young German scholar, whose books on Japan (1649), the first one from a European perspective, and on General Geography (1650) were written and published in Amsterdam and led to establishing geography as a science.
Christopher I. Beckwith
This book describes the Koguryo language, which was once spoken in Manchuria and Korea, including Koguryo and Japanese ethnolinguistic history, Koguryo’s genetic relationship to Japanese, Koguryo phonology, and the Koguryo lexicon. It also analyzes the phonology of archaic Northeastern Chinese.
Matthias Koch, Claus Harmer and Florian Coulmas
This glossary is an up-to-date research tool for the study of population. Based on the technical literature in the three languages listed, it comprises more than 7500 technical terms accessible in three directions: English-Japanese -German, Japanese-English-German and German-Japanese-English.
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