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Prehistoric   Japan March  19 –March 21, 2007
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Jōmon Culture (11,000 – 300 BC) Proto-Jōmon (11000 – 5000 BC) Incipient Jōmon (11000 – 8000 BC) Hunter-gatherer society Initial Jōmon (8000 – 5000 BC) Population in Incipient and Initial – 20,000 Seasonal dwellings Early Jōmon (5000 – 2500 BC) Steady population rise More permanent pit houses Four types of Settlements (Core settlement, Small Ridge Villages, Temporary Hunting Site, and  Later Core)  Middle Jōmon (2500 – 1500 BC) Move from Coast to Highland regions Larger villages, stable economy Crops emerge—Yam, Taro, and Lily Bulbs; Game hunting specialized Population peak of 250,000 Late Jōmon (1500 – 1000 BC) Population decline to around 125, 000 Terminal Jōmon (1000 – 300 BC) Population decline to around 75,000 Evidence of social hierarchy
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Incipient Jōmon Pottery 11,000 – 8000 BC
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Initial Jōmon Conical Vessel 8000 – 5000 BC
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Early Jōmon Vessel 3000 – 2500 BC
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Early Jōmon Figurine c. 3000 – 2500 BC
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Middle Jōmon Pottery c. 2500 – 2000 BC
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Feline/Human Dogu Middle Jōmon, 2500 – 2000 BC
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Late Jōmon Jar and Ewer 1500 – 1000 BC
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Female Dogu Late Jōmon, 1500 – 1000 BC
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Nonakado Groups Late Jōmon, 1500 – 1000 BC
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Lacquered Earthenware Bowl Terminal Jōmon, 1000 – 400 BC
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Dogu Figurines Terminal Jōmon, 1000 – 400 BC
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ART 186 taught by Professor Turner during the Spring '07 term at Miami University.

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