20 Japanese Art 1

20 Japanese Art 1 - Near Osaka Kofun Period 5th c Haniwa...

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VIS21B Winter 2011 Arts of Asia Part III Japanese Art
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Modern Large Map of Japan
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Jōmon (cord-pattern) (ca. 10,500-300 b.c.e.) Earthenware vessels and figurines
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Jōmon cord-patterns
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Flame-Style Storage Vessel , Japan, Middle Jomon Period, ca. 2500 bce, Cleveland Museum of Art
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Dogu, from Kamikurokoma, Misaka-cho, Yamanashi.H. 25.2. Jomon Period, 3000-2000 B.C.
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Late Jomon Ewer from Ibaraki
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Yayoi (300 bce-300 ce) Earthenware vessels and Bronze ritual objects
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From Takakura site, Atsuta-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi. H.32.6. Yayoi Period, 3rd century.
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Dotaku, reportedly from site in Kagawa Prefecture. H. 42.7. Yayoi Period, 2nd-1st century B.C.
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Kofun Era of the Ancient Tombs
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Tomb of Emperor Nintoku.
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Unformatted text preview: Near Osaka. Kofun Period. 5th c. Haniwa, from Iizuka-cho, Ota-shi, Gunma H. 130.5 Kofun Period 6th century Haniwa, from Kokai, Oizumi-machi, Gunma H.68.5. Kofun Period, 6th century. Haniwa, from Nohara, Konan-machi, Saitama.Presen t H. 64.2, 57.3. Kofun Period, 6th century Shinto Ise Shrine http://www.isejingu.or.jp/english/ Asuka Period (552-645) Nara Period (645-794) Early Nara (Hakuho) period: 645-710 Late Nara (Tempyo) period: 710-794 Buddhism’s Entry into Japan Horyu-ji and Map Horyuji Aerial Horyuji (Temple of the Exalted Dharma), southwest of Nara. Originally built 607, rebuilt between 670 and 710....
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