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Dr. Paula R. Curtis Aug 31
Check out this short video on ancient tombs in Japan! (kofun 古墳). There are some neat digital reconstructions and talk about access to and staging of the tombs, including the vast number of haniwa that were placed outside of some.
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David Miano Sep 6
Excavations at the site of Atsukakyo garden-and-pond complex have shed light on water rituals dating back to the Kofun period (late 3rd to 7th centuries CE) in Japan.
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Phillip Jackson Apr 25
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Art-me Man. 26 Jan 19
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Columbia Univ Press 20 Mar 19
On Monday your read about . Today introduces us to the through this excerpt from her new work UNBINDING THE PILLOW BOOK: THE MANY LIVES OF A JAPANESE CLASSIC.
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LethalChickenGames 27 Nov 17
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Lady Ichijo Yosei 24 Jun 17
Seppuku: Inside The Ancient Samurai Suicide Tradition
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Jamaal Abdul-Rahim Sep 3
My immediate impression of was one of a film, although filmed in 2001. The key to this was the . Then, . The narrative around the Guardian Beasts and the connection to in a modern story is a beautifully crafted juxtaposition.
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David Miano Jul 13
Was it possible for ancient peoples to travel from Taiwan to Japan in only canoes? A new experiment says yes!
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あいら ايلا 29 Apr 18
"Prevent the invasion of Oda Nobunaga!" A secret letter is discovered that wrote by the allied Ninja forces of Iga and Kouga.
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Chris ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 10 May 17
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Abe Challah 22 May 18
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David Miano Oct 24
A piece of an earthenware vessel dating to c. 100 BCE in Nara, Japan, has been found. It has a drawing on it, which appears to depict a female shaman.
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Dig-It! Games Oct 20
Here is a short article about a possible depiction of a female Sharman found in Japan. Learn more by clicking on the link or visiting Archaeology Magazine's website.
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Rodolfo Jardón 2 Jul 17
Kofukuji, Buddhist temple which was founded in 669 CE and relocated to its present location in Nara
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GLOBIS University - Graduate School of Management Jul 12
Ancient tombs in Osaka, have been registered by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. The Mozu-Furuichi Kofun Group: Mounded Tombs of Ancient Japan, now make 23 World Heritage sites in Japan, including 4 World Natural Heritage sites. ?
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Rodolfo Jardón 2 Jul 17
Kasuga Taisha, an ancient Shinto shrine located in a forest east of Nara
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Chris Wood Oct 11
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David Miano 6 Apr 18
Pottery dating to the Yayoi period (c. 300 BCE - 300 CE) found depicting a village scene
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StillUnfold 30 Mar 18
10 Greatest & Shocking Things You Should Know About
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