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Reassessing the concept of the "Neolithic" in the Jomon of Western Japan
Kaner, Simon (Author), Ishikawa, Takeshi (Author)

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Abstract
Koncept mezolitsko-neolitske tranzicije je težko aplicirati na Japonski arhipelag. Prva uporaba keramike se tu pojavlja že v mlajše paleolitskih kontekstih. Holocenski nabiralci hrane so živeli v trdnih, stalno poseljenih vaseh, kjer so gradili velike spomenike. Prvo pravo poljedelstvo je prispelo kot del kulturnega paketa, ki je vseboval tudi metalurgijo. V članku bomo analizirali uporabo termina neolitik v zgodovini japonske arheologije. Poseben poudarek namenjamo dogajanju na zahodnem delu arhipelaga v mlajšem obdobju Jomon (okoli 5000 BC - okoli 500 BC). Nedavne raziskave na otokih Kiušu in zahodni Honšu vodijo k ponovni oceni narave Jomon kulture in družbe vtej pokrajini. Zanjo velja, da je zaostajala za bolj razvitimi skupnostmi na vzhodnem delu arhipelaga. Posledica je mnogo manjša gostoti poseljenosti.

Language:English
Keywords:Jomon, zahodna Japonska, AMS radiokarbonsko datiranje, Jomon, Western Japan, Jomon-Tayoi transition, AMS dating, Armida, Kaminabe, Shorakuji
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2007
Publisher:Oddelek za arheologijo Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani
Number of pages:str. 1-7
Numbering:34
UDC:903'1(520)"634"
ISSN on article:1408-967X
COBISS.SI-ID:35510370 Link is opened in a new window
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Title:Documenta Praehistorica
Shortened title:Doc. Praehistor.
Publisher:Oddelek za arheologijo Filozofske fakultete Univerze v Ljubljani
ISSN:1408-967X
COBISS.SI-ID:98765312 This link opens in a new window

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Abstract:
The concept of the Mesolithic/Neolithic transition is difficult to apply in the Japanese archipelago. The earliest pottery usage occurs in late Palaeolithic contexts. Holocene foragers lived in stable, permanent village settlements and constructed large scale monuments, and the first real "agri- culture" arrived as part of a cultural package which also included metallurgy.This paper will examine the use of the term "Neolithic" in the history of Japanese archaeology, with particular emphasis on what happened in the western part of the archipelago in the latter part of the Jomon period (c.5000 BC - c. 500 BC). Recent investigations in Kyushu and Western Honshu are leading to a re-asses- sment of the nature of Jomon culture and society inthis region, traditionally considered to have "lagged behind" the more developed societies of the eastern part of the archipelago, expressed in part through much lower population densities.


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