Étiqueté : période Kofun

Exposition : “Sacred Island of Okinoshima in Munakata Region and the Yamato Imperial Court”

  Exposition : “Sacred Island of Okinoshima in Munakata Region and the Yamato Imperial Court” Musée national de Kyushu, Fukuoka   Jusqu’au 5 mars 2017   Extraits du dossier « Okinoshima Island and Related Sites in Munakata Region » qui figure sur la Liste indicative du Japon pour une éventuelle inscription sur la Liste...

6th-century tomb reveals longest sword from ancient Japan (Links with Korea)

Textbook-changing discoveries were made after artifacts found in an early sixth-century tomb in the Shimauchi district here in southern Kyushu were examined, rewriting the histories. The Ebino education board announced Oct. 24 that experts confirmed the two swords found in the underground tunnel tomb designated no. 139 in a burial...

Conférence : “The Significance of ‘Korean’ Keyhole-shaped Tombs in the Study of Early ‘Korean-Japanese’ Relations”, 6 novembre 2014

  Korea Colloquium Co-sponsored by the East Asian Archaeology Seminar Series, Department of Anthropology    “The Significance of ‘Korean’ Keyhole-shaped Tombs in the Study of Early ‘Korean-Japanese’ Relations”  Dennis Lee Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University 6 novembre 2014, à 16h30  Thomas Chan-Soo Kang Room (S050), CGIS South Building, 1730 Cambridge...