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溝口孝司(九州大学)著/日本の考古学

The Archaeology of Japan : From the Earliest Rice Farming Villages to the Rise of the State

(Cambridge World Archaeology)

Mizoguchi, Koji

Cambridge Univ Pr 2014/01
371 p. 94 b/w illus. 29 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780521884907
装丁違いISBN: 0521711886
KCN: 1016452882
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納期について
DDC: 952.01
KDC: A611 日本/開国以前
A310 考古学・先史学
関連書リスト: NA5526
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This is the first book-length study of the Yayoi and Kofun periods of Japan (c.600 BC-AD 700), in which the beginning of rice paddy-field farming ignited the rapid development of social complexity and hierarchy that culminated with the formation of the ancient Japanese state.

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This is the first book-length study of the Yayoi and Kofun periods of Japan (c.600 BC-AD 700), in which the beginning of rice paddy-field farming ignited the rapid development of social complexity and hierarchy that culminated with the formation of the ancient state. A must-read for those interested in Japanese and East Asian history and archaeology, state formation, and archaeological theory.
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: the beginning of everything?; 2. A tale of co-transformation: the history of modern Japan and the archaeology of the Yayoi and Kofun periods; 3. Frameworks; 4. Environment and the East Asian context; 5. Beginnings: from the Incipient Yayoi (900/600 BC) to the Late Yayoi I periods (400/200 BC); 6. An archaeology of growth: from the Final Yayoi I (400/200 BC) to the end of the Yayoi IV (AD 1/50); 7. An archaeology of hierarchisation: from the final Yayoi IV to the Yayoi V periods (AD 1/50~200); 8. An archaeology of networks: the Yayoi-Kofun transition (the Shonai pottery style and the earliest Furu pottery style phase, AD 200~250/275); 9. An archaeology of monuments: the Early Kofun (AD 275~400) and Middle Kofun periods (AD 400~500); 10. An archaeology of bureaucracy: the Later Kofun period (AD 500~600); 11. An archaeology of governance: the establishment of the Ten'no emperor (AD 600~700); 12. Conclusion.