Prehistoric Japan: new perspectives on insular East Asia

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University of Hawaii Press, 1996 - History - 246 pages
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An illustrated introduction to the prehistory of Japan, treated in its own right and not as a minor part of East Asia in general.

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User Review  - Tom Brandt - Goodreads

This book has a very readable account of certain parts of prehistoric Japan. The book begins with the "Pre-ceramic or Paleolithic period" and proceeds through the Jomon period and further. The book ... Read full review

Contents

The Yayoi period
13
The pursuit of the Early Palaeolithic
26
CHAPTER FOUR
39
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About the author (1996)

Keiji Imamura is a Professor in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Tokyo.

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