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Takafuta-Tsukatani Mounded Tomb, Jinseki-kōgen Town, Hiroshima Prefecture
著者
野島 永 大学院文学研究科 広大研究者総覧
森本 直人
藤澤 昌弘
下江 裕貴
抄録(英)
Takafuta-Tsukatani mounded tomb (kofun) was located in Jinseki-kōgen Town, Hiroshima Prefecture. However, immediately after World War II the site was reclaimed as farmland and the mound disappeared. In 2010, some of the finds unearthed by the landowner of the tomb were donated to Jinseki-kōgen Town. Furthermore, other relics from the Takafuta-Tsukatani mounded tomb were also held at the Hiroshima Prefectural Fuchū High School, but are now in the possession of the Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of History. In this article, all unearthed finds are presented in their entirety.
Takafuta-Tsukatani mounded tomb was built during the Late Kofun period (latter half of the 6th century A.D.). Many objects were unearthed, including iron swords, a hand guard of a sword (tsuba), horse bits (kutsuwa), stirrups (abumi), beads of necklaces, Haji ware (hajiki), and Sue ware (sueki). In particular, horse bits with gourd-shaped iron rings (hisagogata kanjō kagami itatsuki kutsuwa) are characteristic for mounded tombs in the Kibi region (ancient province consisting of Okayama Prefecture and the eastern part of Hiroshima Prefecture). In the latter half of the 6th century the first iron manufacture sites appeared in the Bingo region (eastern part of Hiroshima Prefecture). It is highly probable that the person buried in the Takafuta-Tsukatani mounded tomb was involved in horse harness and trappings production, iron manufacture and blacksmithing unique to the Kibi region.
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今回の資料紹介は2018・2019年度大学院文学研究科考古学研究室の資料実習授業における遺物観察・実測、写真撮影をもとにし、神石高原町の委託研究費を一部使用した。
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広島大学大学院文学研究科考古学研究室紀要
11号
開始ページ
53
終了ページ
72
出版年月日
2020-03-31
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広島大学大学院文学研究科考古学研究室
NCID
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