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Topographic Survey of the Kaidahara Tumulus No. 29 in Kisa, Miyoshi City <Research and Studies at the Department of Archaeology: Research Note>
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Hirao, Hideki
Ikenishi, Misaki
Kaihara, Kenya
Kosaka, Ryo
Hiramoto, Naoki
Fukuchi, Shohei
Fukumoto, Ryuki
Mukai, Ryohei
Watanabe, Naotaka
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General history of Japan
abstract
The Kaidahara Tumulus No. 29 is a scallop-shaped burial mound located near the Kisacho area of Miyoshi City, Hiroshima prefecture. As part of field training for the twenty-fourth annual class of archaeology majors at the Hiroshima University School of Letters, we conducted a topographic survey of the area with the aim of creating a detailed survey map of this mound, and to clarify the ranking of Kaidahara tumulus No. 29. The results of this survey indicated that this tumulus is a scallop-shell kofun burial mound, 29 m in length and was constructed in the middle of the 6th century CE. Additionally, we proposed the hypothesis that this tumulus was constructed using the same mound-building techniques as in the case of the Kaidahara tumulus No. 20. Further, we discovered a trend in the scallop-shaped tumuli of the region upstream of the Basen River, whereby, over time, the size of square shaped mounds grew in relation to the round ones.
journal title
Hiroshima University bulletin of the Department of Archaeology
issue
Issue 7
start page
93
end page
108
date of issued
2015-07-30
publisher
広島大学大学院文学研究科考古学研究室
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
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application/pdf
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department
Graduate School of Letters
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