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Title: 50,000 years of Japanese prehistory : a transcript of the symposium of November 1, 1978, University of Manitoba
Other Titles: Intensity of shell collection activities among the Jomon shellmound people : an estimation based on paleotopography and recent fishery data
Fifty thousand years of Japanese prehistory
Authors: Monks, Gregory G.
Kobayoshi, Tatsuo
Pearson, Richard
Ikawa-Smith, Fumiko
Koike, Hiroko
Matsushima, Yoshiake
Keywords: Japanese
prehistory
shell
collection
Jomon
shellmound
paleotopography
Issue Date: 11-Apr-2012
Abstract: This volume contains two presentations. The first is a transcript of a seminar on Japanese prehistory, which was given in conjunction with (and to provide context for) the exhibit, "50,000 Years of Japanese Prehistory" at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature. It has been edited heavily (by G.G. Monks) in places to ensure clarity, eliminate redundancy and improve grammar. The second presentation is a paper on seasonality estimation using bivalve mollusc shells.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/5299
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