24 January, 2010

Archaeozoological researches

Yesterday, I attended at the meeting of Oumi Kaidzuka Kenkyukai (JAPANESE). The main topic was on archaeozoology. Two presentations were conducted at this meeting: an approach to shell middens in Hokuriku District (in the central, western part of Japan), and another approach to fishing from the Jomon period to the Yayoi period.

These are not related to archaeobotanical researches directly, but they caused me to reflect how to explore and analyse human activities during the Jomon period and the Yayoi period.

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