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Ancient Jomon of Japan

Ancient Jomon of Japan Despite an incredibly rich prehistory covering nearly ten thousand years modern coverage of complex hunter gatherer societies has tended to overlook the Jomon of Japan This text presents an overview

  • Title: Ancient Jomon of Japan
  • Author: Junko Habu
  • ISBN: 9780521776707
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • Despite an incredibly rich prehistory covering nearly ten thousand years, modern coverage of complex hunter gatherer societies has tended to overlook the Jomon of Japan This text presents an overview of the archaeology of the Jomon Period between 10,000 and 300 BC within the context of recent complex hunter gatherer societies It bridges the gap between academic tradDespite an incredibly rich prehistory covering nearly ten thousand years, modern coverage of complex hunter gatherer societies has tended to overlook the Jomon of Japan This text presents an overview of the archaeology of the Jomon Period between 10,000 and 300 BC within the context of recent complex hunter gatherer societies It bridges the gap between academic traditions in Japanese and Anglo American archaeology and represents an invaluable source of reflection on the development of human complexity.

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    1. I found this book very interesting, though I did have trouble following some of the anthropology and archaeology specific terms, seeing as I've never had any study of them. This was one of the few books I found in English on the Jomon, who are considered to be the earliest population on the Japanese islands. I became interested in them after seeing an exhibit at the Tokyo National Museum in Ueno a few months ago, but there is a lack of English language books written on them. The book was also in [...]

    2. The culture I'd most like to visit in my time canoe.My anthro bias is that the Jomon were possibly the first cultural group to reach the Americas from Asia. And subsequently eliminated by following genetic groups. enpedia/wiki/J%C5%8DAncient Encounters: Kennewick Man And The First Americans

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