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title Origins of Early Japan © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 08 Sep 2013
Reconstructed Jōmon house
Jōmon developments in urbanism and palatial architecture [I met somebody with a hut.]
Reconstruction of Jōmon village, c. 4500 BCE
early Jomon pot
Middle Jomon (c. 2500-1500 BCE)
Yamato state (c. 250-710)
Battleship Yamato (1937 – 7 Apr 1945)
Space Battleship Yamato / Star-Blazers 1970s anime and manga
Daisen kofun (Sakai, Osaka prefecture), 5 th c. Emperor Nintoku (313-399)
Shintō shrine at Ise
- owari (the end)
Title Early Japan © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 30 Jan 2009.
1 Chapter 17 Japan before Early Japan 3 Vessel, from Miyanomae, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, Middle Jomon period, 2500–1500 BCE. Earthenware, 1.
Last Class… Discovered a lot of information in just one class Who were some of the groups? Which groups came first? Which were the most complicated?
Nippon: Land of Rising Sun. Paleolithic Period (ends 1200 BCE)
Early Japan. 1. Japan is a chain of _________ in the northern Pacific Ocean. Islands.
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Early Japanese History. 10, BC Jomon Period 300 BC -300 AD Yayoi Period 57 AD First mention of Japan in historical writing (Chinese history)
Chapter 14 Section 1. What did you learn? 1. What skills did the Yayoi practice that they may have learned from the Chinese and Koreans? They may.
Intro JOMON Female figure pottery Intro Ritual pots – coil built with rope appliques.
Chapter 8 Lesson 1b Land of the Rising Sun. Early Japanese Society Structure of Japanese Society Early Japan was divided into clans. Early Japan was divided.
Early Japan Holt page Standard and
Chapter 14 Section 1 Questions 1.Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu, & ____________ are the four largest Japanese islands. 2.The Yayoi, ancestors of the Japanese,
Title Japan in the Muromachi Period © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 09 Oct 2013.
Shintoism Ancient, native Japan religion. Shinto Ancient religion of Japan Began about 1000 BCE No founder Still practiced today by at least 5 million.
Geography and People. Which means land surround by Water Island.
Chapter 5.1 Early Japan. I. JAPAN’S GEOGRAPHY he 1.Japan is a chain of islands (an archipelago) in the northern Pacific Ocean. The four largest islands:
8-4 Haniwa (cylindrical) warrior figure, from Gunma Prefecture, Japan, late Kofun period, fifth to mid-sixth century. Low-fired clay, 4’ 1 1/4” high. Funerary.
Lands and Peoples of E. Asia. Japan and Korea Japan – Yamaguchi Prefecture.
Chapter 8- Japan Before 1333 Besma Chaudry Marissa DeVinny Van Ngyugen Period 3.
Title Japan’s Geophysical Setting © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 31 Aug 2014.
The British Raj in India © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 18 Feb 2006 Empires in India The Moguls and the British Raj © Howard R.
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Bellringer February 16, 2012 Grab your clicker Take out something to write with.
Adison Lemmon. The Jomon (cord markings) period lasted from 10, B.C.E Jomon people were hunter-gatherers, but were settlers, not nomadic.
By: Mohamed Shahbain,and Ausjed Ali. The Jomon period lasted from 14, BC. They wore fur clothes because weaving was not invented. Also this.
JAPAN: LAND OF THE RISING SUN Ch. 14. Japan: Geography Japan consists of a chain of islands off the coast of China. It is composed of four main islands.
A Primer on Feudal Japan. Paleolithic (35,000-14,000 BCE) Jomon (14,000 – 300 BCE) Pottery Yayoi (300 BCE – 250 CE) Weaving, Iron Making First Contact.
Japanese Civilization Early Times to Japanese Civilization Insular nature Cultural Borrowing Japanese culture and civilization is built on a stone.
Early Japan I. Geography A. Japan is an archipelago consisting of four main island and thousands of smaller islands.
Title The Ming Dynasty ( /1662) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 25 Jan 2012.
Title Confucianism © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 30 Sep 2013.
Constructed by Spencer P Howard. Shinto is a mostly Japanese religion. It is also Japan’s oldest recorded religion. The word Shinto itself means.
Japanese History By Jessica R. and Taryn W.. First appearance of Japan in History Japan was first mentioned in history by the Chinese, in 57AD. Japan.
Medieval Japan Geography and Early Japan The Big Idea Japan’s early societies were both isolated from and influenced by China and Korea.
Art 3, Review Final Exam Japan. Time Chart Kofun Period ( ) Asuka Period ( ) Nara Period ( ) Heian Period ( ) Kamakura Period.
Geography and Early Japan Chapter 8 Section 1. Geography of Japan Four main Islands are the tops of Mountains / Volcanoes Result: Many Japanese live.
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Title Chinas Revolutionary Century Part IV: The Republic ( ) © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University revised 08 Apr 2013.
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Chapter 9 Part 1 Urban : The buildup of the city and surrounding suburbs Urbanization : Movement of people from rural to urban areas.
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KASUGA SHRINE MANDALA Kamakura period, early 14th century CE. Hanging scroll with ink, color, and gold on silk, 39-1/2" × 15-5/8" (100.3 × 39.8 cm). Mary.
Title South Africa © Howard R. Spendelow Georgetown University draft as of 24 Feb 2006.
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