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Internationalising Japanese archaeology through education see above and writing and presenting in English as much as possible. Save to Library Download Edit. Re-thinking the origin of agriculture through the 'beginnings' in the Japanese archipelago. The way in which we investigate the origin of something is largely determined by the way we inten In the case of the origin of agriculture, the situation is further complicated by the tone of the investigation, which is not only determined by how we define and understand the set of human activities characterised and described as agriculture but also influenced by the way in which we define and understand those other beginnings we believe were causally linked to the development of agriculture, that are, the development of complexity, the beginning and spread of language and ethnic groups, and so on.
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This paper illustrates those problems by studying Jomon food procurement activities and proposes a way to overcome the problems by introducing the concept of the spatio-temporal organisation of social life and by linking hunting, gathering and farming practices to the spatio-temporal organisations of Jomon and Yayoi social life. The Anyang Xibeigang Shang royal tombs revisited: a social archaeological approach. Understanding of the social strategies informing Shang mortuary practices is, however, very limited.
A new reconstruction of the detailed chronology of the cemetery is presented here, allowing social theory to be applied, and reveals the strategic social decisions behind the placement of the tombs in relation to each other. Thompson and James Waggoner, pp.
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Metaptyxiaka 6: in Japanese. Rescuing archaeology affected by the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Antiquity 85 Issue , Project Gallery, September Matsui, N. Yamamoto and T. Shell midden archaeology in Japan: Aquatic food acquisition and long-term change in the Jomon culture. Quaternary International Jomon archaeology in the context of world hunter-gatherer studies: A perspective from North American archaeology [Sekai no shuryo-saishu-min kenkyu kara mita Jomon bunka: toku ni Hokubei kokogaku no shiten kara].
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Taniguchi, Y. Nishida, K. Mizunoe, and K. Yano, pp. Seafaring and the development of cultural complexity in Northeast Asia: Evidence from the Japanese Archipelago. Anderson, J. Barrett and K. Boyle, pp. McDonald Institute Monograph, Cambridge. Working with Japanese colleagues: excavation of a Jomon pit-dwelling and storage pits at Goshizawa Matsumori. Advances in North American archaeology: [ nen no doko: Kita-America].
Seasonal sedentism and full sedentism [Kisetsuteki teiju to tsunen teiju: minzokushi jirei no kento kara]. Settlement growth and decline in complex hunter-gatherer societies: a case study from the Jomon period Sannai Maruyama site. Antiquity Analyses of soil samples collected from the north wall of the 6 th Excavation Area, the Sannai Maruyama site a preliminary report [Sannai Maruyama Iseki dai 6 ji chosa chiten hokuheki kara saishu shita dojo sample no bunseki kekka chukan hokoku ].
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Introduction: evaluating multiple narratives: beyond nationalist, colonialist, imperialist archaeologies. Habu, C. Matsunaga, pp. Science or narratives?
Multiple interpretations of the Sannai Maruyama site, Japan. Historical archaeology and prehistoric archaeology [Rekishi kokogaku to senshi kokogaku]. Keio University Press, Tokyo in Japanese. Book review: K. American Antiquity 71 4 : Marxist theories and settlement studies in Japanese archaeology: direct and indirect influences of V.
Gordon Childe. Williamson and M. Bisson, pp. The archaeology of Sannai Maruyama in the context of world hunter-gatherer archeology: mechanisms of long-term change in cultural landscapes [Sekai no shuryo saishumin kenkyu kara mita Sannai Maruyama: bunka keikan no choki-teki henka to sono mekanizumu]. Suzuki , What is archaeology? Early communities in East Asia: economic and sociopolitical organization at the local and regional level. In Archaeology of Asia , edited by M.
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Stark, pp. Blackwell, Malden. Jomon cultural landscapes, clay figurines and gender archaeology [Jenda kokogaku kara mita Jomon dogu to bunka-teki keikan]. Settlement archaeology and its developments.
Kokogaku Janaru [Journal of Archaeology] in Japanese. Long-term changes and regional variability in the Jomon culture.
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Ikeya, pp. Sekai Shiso Sha, Tokyo in Japanese. Sato, pp. Asakura Shoten, Tokyo in Japanese. Long-term change and regional variability in hunter-gatherer cultures [Shuryo-saishu-min bunka no choki-teki henka to chiikisei]. Comments on W. Prentiss and J. Chatters: Cultural diversification and decimation in the prehistoric record.