The Emperor's Mirror: Understanding Cultures through Primary Sources
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The Emperor's Mirror: Understanding Cultures through Primary Sources

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Russell J. Barber and Frances F. Berdan have created the ultimate guide for anyone doing cross-cultural and/or document-driven research. Presenting the essentials of primary-source methodology, The Emperor's Mirror includes nine chapters on paleography, calendrics, source and quantitative analysis, and the visual interpretation of artifacts such as pictographs, illustratio...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by University of Arizona Press
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