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Regional Variations Among Pot-shaped Earthenware in the Northern Region of Bingo
creator
MURATA, Susumu
abstract
It is generally assumed that regional variations among earthenware from the latter third of the Middle Yayoi period onwards are becoming more distinctive in Hiroshima prefecture. Earthenware of the “Shiomachi type”, referred to as highly decorated, has also been unearthed in the northern part of Bingo (the eastern part of Hiroshima prefecture). In this study, I examined the difference of patterns found among wide-mouthed pots with bellied body (kame) from those areas. As a result, regional differences between patterns found in the Basen River basin and Saijō River basin, specifically regarding decorative combinations and pot shapes were revealed. These differences likely exist due to the different manufacturing techniques of the pots used in each area, particularly based on observations such as brush marks (hakeme) surface finishing and clay-joint marks in cross-sections. In general, manufacturers applied patterns on pottery to achieve visual effects in the course of usage. However, we should also consider the possibility that such applications on the surface were placed on items to denote the manufacturing process. And of course it needs to be examined why different decorations were applied on pottery based on observations of the actual materials from each region.
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本稿は2014年1月10日に広島大学大学院文学研究科に提出した修士論文の一部、2019年9月14日開催の考古学研究会岡山9月例会における発表内容の一部、2019年10月27日開催の広島史学研究会考古学部会における発表内容の一部をもとに文章化したものである。
journal title
Hiroshima University bulletin of the Department of Archaeology
issue
Issue 11
start page
1
end page
23
date of issued
2020-03-31
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
DCMI type
text
format
application/pdf
text version
publisher
department
Graduate School of Letters
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