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Archaeologist Exposed as Fraud
- Shinichi Fujimura, famed for finding ancient artefacts, admits planting them after being caught red-handed by a national newspaper. BBC News.
Daisen Burial Mound
- One of the largest mausoleums in the world, believed to be the tomb of a fifth-century emperor. Located in the city of Sakai in Osaka Prefecture.
- A short description of Fukui Cave with the worlds oldest pottery dating to 10,700 B.C.E.
Jomon Research in 1996
- An article by Mark Harmon discussing the sites of Sannai Maruyama, the Nakazato shell midden, and craniometric annalysis of Ainu remains.
Jomon and Yayoi
- Richard Hooker introduces prehistoric Japan: the Jomon, one of the earliest pottery makers in the world, and the Yayoi period which ushered in agriculture. From Washington State University's 'World Civilizations'.
Junko Habu- University of California at Berkley
- A short description of the current research interests of Junko Habu.
Kofun - The Keyhole Tomb Mounds
- Ozawa Lab describes the burial mounds created for powerful Japanese clans or emperors from the fourth to seventh centuries and their dating by shape. Diagrams and distribution map.
Kofun: Ancient Burial Mounds
- Illustrated introduction to keyhole-shaped mounds, particularly those of the Nara Basin, by Noboru Ogata, Kyoto University.
- Excavation of the remains of a medieval trading town situated close to the mouth of the Ahida River, in the present Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture.
Sannai Maruyama (Jomon site)
- Discussion of the possible implications for current theories of the analysis of remains found at a particularly large Jomon site in northern Japan.
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