Japan was 'more cosmopolitan' 1,000 years ago than thought: Ancient wood suggests a Persian official worked there



While Japan now welcomes over 10 million visitors every year, it has not always been so cosmopolitan. 
But new evidence has surfaced, which suggests that ancient Japan may have been more multicultural than previously thought.
New testing on an artefact that was discovered decades ago suggests that a Persian official worked in the country's former capital, Nara, more than 1,000 years ago.
JAPAN'S CHANGING CAPITAL Traditionally, the home of the Emperor was considered the capital. 
Nara was the capital of Japan from around 710 AD to around 784 AD. 
From 794 to 1868, the Emperor lived in... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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