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Jōmon Period-- is the time in Prehistoric Japan from about 12,000 BC and in some cases cited as early as 14,500 BC to about 300 BC, when Japan was inhabited by a hunter-gatherer culture which reached a considerable degree of sedentism and cultural complexity.

Jōmon Period-- is the time in Prehistoric Japan from about 12,000 BC and in some cases cited as early as 14,500 BC to about 300 BC, when Japan was inhabited by a hunter-gatherer culture which reached a considerable degree of sedentism and cultural complexity.

jomon pottery - Google Search

jomon pottery - Google Search

Statuette Dogu de la culture Jomon (Japon) Plus d'informations ici http://www.histoiredelantiquite.net/archeologie-japonaise/dogu-de-la-culture-jomon/

Statuette Dogu de la culture Jomon (Japon) Plus d'informations ici http://www.histoiredelantiquite.net/archeologie-japonaise/dogu-de-la-culture-jomon/

Dogū - Shakōki-dogū (遮光器土偶) (1000–400 BCE), "goggle-eyed type" figurine. Tokyo National Museum, Japan. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dogū - Shakōki-dogū (遮光器土偶) (1000–400 BCE), "goggle-eyed type" figurine. Tokyo National Museum, Japan. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1000-300 BC, from Kamegaoka Tokyo National Museum  Dogu are small clay figurines that were made by the Jomon people. These enigmatic figures have inspired different interpretations that include ritual activity, goddess cult statues, or even toys. Possibly they could have had more than one such meaning to the people who made them, depending on their iconography or the particular community where they were used.  Shakoki means "goggles" in Japanese. This goggle-eyed female (note the small…

1000-300 BC, from Kamegaoka Tokyo National Museum Dogu are small clay figurines that were made by the Jomon people. These enigmatic figures have inspired different interpretations that include ritual activity, goddess cult statues, or even toys. Possibly they could have had more than one such meaning to the people who made them, depending on their iconography or the particular community where they were used. Shakoki means "goggles" in Japanese. This goggle-eyed female (note the small…

The Jomon appear to have been a largely peaceful culture who prized jewellery and art more than they did conflict. They are known to have created intricate clay figures (pictured) and pots

Hunter-gatherers in prehistoric Japan were peaceful for 5,000 years

The Jomon appear to have been a largely peaceful culture who prized jewellery and art more than they did conflict. They are known to have created intricate clay figures (pictured) and pots

Another Jomon ceramic Shako Dogu.  A mystery.  This shako dogu appears to be wearing some sort of armor or clothing that is unlike anything seen throughout history. What sort of mind could have imagined such a thing, especially if the culture had no conception of clothing aside from the hides of beasts?

Another Jomon ceramic Shako Dogu. A mystery. This shako dogu appears to be wearing some sort of armor or clothing that is unlike anything seen throughout history. What sort of mind could have imagined such a thing, especially if the culture had no conception of clothing aside from the hides of beasts?

ALIA BILGRAMI Natural elegance  [Jomon-era. [Goddess on mask]   Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU".   B.C.4500 - 3200.   This figurine was unearthed on Nakappara Nagano Japan]

ALIA BILGRAMI Natural elegance [Jomon-era. [Goddess on mask] Japanese ceramic figurine "DOGU". B.C.4500 - 3200. This figurine was unearthed on Nakappara Nagano Japan]

sea animal-shaped pipe. Jomon-era. BC.2,500 - BC.1,200. Akita Japan.

sea animal-shaped pipe. Jomon-era. BC.2,500 - BC.1,200. Akita Japan.

The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures

The ancient Jomon of Japan: History and Pictures

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