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Kazuo MIYAMOTO Last modified date:2021.06.14

Professor / Department of History / Faculty of Humanities


Papers
1. Kazuo Miyamoto, Prehistoric Cultural Change in East Asia and Language Groups, Papers from the Workshop “Phylogeny, Dispersion, and Contact of East and Southeast Asian Languages and Human Groups”, 28-34, 2020.09.
2. Kazuo Miyamoto, Decarbonizing technique for casting iron to make wrought iron products in northern Kyushu during the Yayoi period, Archaeometallurgy, 25-30, 2020.05, Iron furnaces first appeared in western Japan at the end of the Middle Yayoi period, around the 1st century BC. At the same time, iron tools and weapons started to be produced in western Japan using iron raw materials imported from the continent. We discovered the first ever iron furnace that had been constructed on the surface with a clay wall and bellows at Karakami Site, Iki Island, Nagasaki Prefecture. At this site, flat iron and fragments of casting iron were found along with a large quantity of stone tools related to the site. Given the different structure of the furnace on the surface with the bellows along with the lack of iron slag and cut iron fragments, it is probable that this type of furnace was used for the production of wrought iron by decarbonizing from cast iron. This decarbonizing technique of making wrought iron from cast iron has been successfully demonstrated through experimental archeology. When comparing the forms of flat iron found in northern Kyushu during the Yayoi period, the same forms of flat iron are only found in the Itoshima area or lower Onga River area, but not in the Fukuoka Plains. In addition, pottery from the Itoshima area and lower Onga River area of the Middle Yayoi period is found at Karakami Site, although pottery from the Fukuoka Plains has not been found at this site through petrologic analysis. Therefore, it is believed that flat iron from wrought iron ingots produced by decarbonizing from cast iron in furnaces on the surface was exported from Karakami Site to the Itoshima area or the lower Ongagawa area. On the other hand, there was no trading of wrought iron ingots between Karakami Site of Iki Island and the Na area of the Fukuoka Plains..
3. Rethinking about Pianpu Culture Pottery in the Manchuria, China.
4. International Trading in the latter half of the Yayoi period viewed from the Liaodong-Shandong pottery and Lelang pottery.
5. Analysis of Pottery Impressions unearthed from the Wangjiacun Site.
6. The Yan State's Eastward Territorial Expansion during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty.
7. Kazuo Miyamoto, The spread of rice agriculture during the Yayoi period: From the Shandong Peninsula to Japanese Archipelago via Korean Peninsula, Japanese Journal of Archaeology, Vol.6, No.2, 109-124, 2019.03, 中国大陸から朝鮮半島さらに日本列島への稲作農耕の広がりについて、温帯ジャポニカの出現地の推定とともに、熱帯ジャポニカの伝播からさらに温帯ジャポニカが東北アジアへ広がる過程を明らかにした。特に、日本列島には、まず熱帯ジャポニカが流入し、さらには温帯ジャポニカが遅れて流入したことを明らかにした。.
8. A New Discussion of the Actual Date of the Beginning of the Yayoi Period.
9. Changing process of the burial system in the Bronze Age of Mongolian Plateau: focused on burials in the Kheregsuur Culture .
10. Prehistoric Research in the Liaodong Peninsula by Japanese Researchers in the Colonial Era and Current Days: the Reserch by the Far Eastern Archeological Society.
11. Blacksmithing and Trade in Yayoi Period Northen Kyushu: A Case Study of the Karakami Site.
12. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, The Beginnings of Modern Archeology in Japan and Japanese Archaeology before World War Ⅱ, Japanese Journal of Archaeology , 4, 2, 157-164, 2017.03.
13. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Archeological Explanation for the Diffusion Theory of the Japonic and Koreanic Languages, Japanese Journal of Archaeology, 4, 1, 53-75, 2016.08.
14. Several Issues about the Beginning of Iron Product in China.
15. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, The Initial Spread of Agriculture into Northeast Asia, Asian Archaeology, Vol.3 , 11-26, 2015.05.
16. The research on the Bronze Age in Mongolia: viewed from the excavations at stone cist graves in Mongolian Bronze Age.
17. The meaning of archaeological materials in the Yan states of China found in Okinawa Islands and the international relationship.
18. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, The Emergence and Chronology of Early Bronzes on the Eastern Rim of the Tibetan Plateau, 79-88, BAR International Series 2679, 2014.11.
19. Korean prehistory viewed from East Asian archaeology: focus on the beginning of Korean Bronze Age.
20. The origin and the development process of bronze bells in Earlitou culture of China.
21. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Human Dispersal in the Prehistoric Era in East Asia, 63-84, 2014.03.
22. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, TETSUYA NAKANISHI, The first discovery of the furnace for iron product in the beginning of the Tufan states of Tibet at the Galazong site, Luhuo prefecture, Sichuan Province in China, 2014.02.
23. Acculturation and regional relationship focused on the burial system in the transitional time between Jomon and Yayoi.
24. The Beginning and Development of the "Lelang" pottery: focused on the Flowerpot form pottery.
25. The Chronology of Bronzes in the western Sichuan province and the western Yunnan province of China.
26. Early agriculture in Korean Paninsula as the original place and Yayoi culture.
27. Structure and Changing Process of Stone cists in the Tibetan Plateau of Si-chuan province, China.
28. Fuyu and Woju Viewed from an Archaeological Perspective.
29. Spread process of early agriculture in Russian Far East.
30. A Study on dating of Yayoi Culture through the typology of "Liaoning" type daggers in "Liaodong" District.
31. Survey and Preliminary Study of Rice Farming Remains on the Yangjiaquan Site in Qixia Country, Shandong.
32. Liaoxi type bronze "Ge" and the origin of Korean bronze "Ge".
33. The Beggning of the Yayoi Culture and Rice Early Agriculture of China and Korean Peninsula .
34. Bronzes of Minusinsk District owned by Museum of Ermitazh.
35. Pottery Chronology of the latter half of the Neolithic Age in Southern Far Eastern Russia.
36. States Formation of Han dynasty and Xionu State with their peripheral area.
37. Change and Social meaning of the Bronze vessels in Erlitou Culture of China.
38. The Stable Istope Analysis of Carbon from the Black Potteries of Longshan Culture in Haidai Region.
39. Social Stratification of the Neolithic Shandong based on Mortuary Analysis and the Origin of Lizhi System.
40. Definition of formation process of the early states in China .
41. The Social organization of the Yan state and the Liaoxi district in the Western Zhou period through the analysis of the Liulihe cemetery.
42. The Regional Difference and the Development Process of the Ordos Bronze Culture.
43. Recent Chinese archaeological study in Western countries and Chinese archaeological study in Japan.
44. The Emergence of Center and periphery: the Yellow River Basin and the early agricultural society of East Asia.
45. The Chronology of the painted bronze mirror and its meaning.
46. Jomon agriculture and Jomon society.
47. The Warring States Age's Bronze Mirrors of the Winthrop Collection at Harvard University Art Museums.
48. Theory of early agricultural emergency and the beginning of rice agriculture in China.
49. The chronology of bronze weapons and regional particularity in Jilin province of China.
50. The chronoloyg of the Antenna type bronze dagger in Norh-East Asia.
51. The study of Jade artifacts found at the Wenjiatun site of Liaodong peninsula: Colletion of Kenzo Matsunaga in Kyushu University.
52. The Chronology and the Particularity of Bronze Culture in the Longshan District (Eastern Gansu Province, China).
53. A Re-examination of Han-style Tombs in Vietnam through the Olov Janse Collection (1938-1940).
54. The changing process of the Liaoning type bronze daggers in Korean Peninsula.
55. The changing process of the Antenna type bornze daggers in North-East Asia.
56. A study of the site distribution of the Itoshima distirct through the geographical information system.
57. The Emergence of the Social Division of Jomon Period in the Seto Inland Sea.
58. Huaxia Versus Yi and Di: A New Perspective on Pre-Qin Archaeology.
59. The interaction of prehistoric societies between the Jiaodong Peninsula and the Liaodong Peninsula.
60. Bronze culture of Korea analyzed through the Bronze culture in North-East Asia.
61. The Emergence of Agriculture on the Neolithic Korea Peninsula and Jomon Agriculture.
62. Re-examination of absolute datting of Yayoi period.
63. Kazuo Miyamoto, Formation of Center and Periphery in Ancient China: The Central Plains and the Grate Wall Region, Interaction and Transformation, Vol.1, pp43-72, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, 2003.12.
64. A jar coffin in the warring states period and Han dynasty period of China and a jar coffin in Korean Peninsula.
65. Kazuo Miyamoto, Changes in the Social Structure of the Neolithic Age in the Lower and Middle Yangtze valley, Interaction and Transformation, Vol.2 pp1-33, 2005.03.