Bibliography: Kofun Period

Barnes, Gina 1983 Medium-length entries on the following topics for Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan, Kodansha, Tokyo: Haji pottery; Sue pottery; Yayoi pottery; Mounded tombs; Protohistory; Yamato; Nintoku Mausoleum; Tomb culture; Stone tools; Beads; Ishibutai tomb.
Barnes, Gina 1983 Thoughts on the concept of social stratification. Archaeological Review from Cambridge, 2.2: 86-91.
Barnes, Gina 1983 YAYOI-KOFUN SETTLEMENT ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE NARA BASIN, JAPAN. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor. (Available from UMI, Ann Arbor.)
Barnes, Gina 1984 Mimaki and the matching game: extracting settlement data from proto-historic texts. Archaeological Review from Cambridge, 3.2: 37-47.
Barnes, Gina 1985 Joint Research Group on the Geomorphological Recognition and Land Utilization of Pre- and Protohistoric Japanese Peoples (co-author), Natural environments in the Nara Basin through the pre- and protohistoric ages I: geology and geomorphology. Kobunkazai Kyoiku Kenkyu Hokoku, 15: 1-30. (in Japanese
Barnes, Gina 1986 The structure of the Yayoi and Haji ceramic typologies. In R. Pearson, G. Barnes & K. Hutterer (eds.), Windows on the Japanese Past: studies in archaeology, pp. 449-76. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, Univ. of Michigan. Originally presented at Richard K. Beardsley Symposium on Japanese Archaeology, 1979.
+Barnes, Gina 1986 The Yayoi and Kofun: introduction. In R. Pearson, G. Barnes & K. Hutterer (eds.), Windows on the Japanese Past: studies in archaeology, pp. 313-15. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, Univ. of Michigan.
Barnes, Gina L. 1987 The role of the be in state formation. In E. Brumfiel & T. Earle (eds.), Production, Exchange and Complex Societies, pp. 86-101. Cambridge Univ. Press.
Barnes, Gina L. 1987 Haniwa funerary sculptures. The Studio Potter, 15.1: 50-6.
Barnes, Gina L. 1988 Koguryo: subsistence of an early Korean society. AKSE Newsletter, 11: 4. (Conference paper abstract.)
Barnes, Gina L. 1988 PROTOHISTORIC YAMATO: ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE FIRST JAPANESE STATE. Museum of Anthropology, Anthropological Papers No. 78 and Center for Japanese Studies, Paper No.17. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan.
Barnes, Gina L. 1988 Korea and Japan 1000 BC-AD 650, and Feudal Japan AD 650-1600. In Past Worlds: the Times atlas of archaeology, pp. 196-7, 266-7. London: Times Books.
Barnes, Gina L. 1988 Walled sites in Three Kingdoms settlement patterns. In Papers of the 5th International Conference for Korean Studies, pp. 436-64. Songnam: Academy for Korean Studies.
Barnes, Gina L. 1989 Mahan, Paekche and state formation on the Korean Peninsula. In Mahan Munhwa Yonユguso ui Chomunje, pp. 69-89. Cholla Namdo: Wonkwang Taehakkyo Mahan Paekche Munhwa Yonユguso
Barnes, Gina L. 1990 THE MIWA EXCAVATION: PRELIMINARY REPORT. Nara: The Miwa Project, c/o Tenri Sankokan Museum.
Barnes, Gina L. 1990 (ed.) BIBLIOGRAPHIC REVIEWS OF FAR EASTERN ARCHAEOLOGY 1990: HOABINHIAN, JOMON, YAYOI AND EARLY KOREAN STATES. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (chapters by: Hudson, xxxxxx)
Barnes, Gina L. 1990 Early Korean States: a review of historical interpretation. In G.L. Barnes (ed.) Bibliographic Reviews of Far Eastern Archaeology 1990, pp. 113-162. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Revised and republished in Barnes 2001, STATE FORMATION IN KOREA.
Barnes, Gina L. 1993 (ed. with Masaaki OKITA) THE MIWA PROJECT REPORT: SURVEY, CORING AND EXCAVATION AT THE MIWA SITE, NARA, JAPAN. British Archaeological Reports BAR SI 582. Oxford: Tempvs Reparatvm. — Contains the following six chapters by G.L. Barnes: “Introduction”, pp. 1-10; “The Miwa site: physical setting”, pp. 11-25; “Geological coring at Miwa”, pp. 39-48; (with D.A. Loeliger) “Miwa site phosphate analysis”, pp. 49-53; “Material culture of the Miwa site”, pp. 85-108; “Miwa occupation in wider perspective”, pp. 181-92.
Barnes, Gina L. 1993 The development of stoneware technology in southern Korea. In C.M. Aikens &; S.N. Rhee (ed.) Pacific Northeast Asia in Prehistory: hunter-fisher-gatherers, farmers, and sociopolitical elites, pp. 197-208. Washington State Univ. Press. Originally presented at the Circum-Pacific Prehistory Conference, Univ. of Washington, Aug. 1989. Republished in Barnes (2001) State Formation in Korea.
Barnes, Gina L. 1994 Discoveries of iron armour on the Korean peninsula. In Barnes &; McKillop (eds) Korean material culture. BAKS Papers 5. British Ass’n for Korean Studies, pp. 105-130. Originally presented at the BAKS Workshop, Victoria &; Albert Museum, London, Feb. 1993. Repubished in Barnes (2001) State Formation in Korea.
Barnes, Gina L. 1999 THE RISE OF CIVILIZATION IN EAST ASIA: ARCHAEOLOGY OF CHINA, KOREA AND JAPAN. Paperback reprint of China, Korea, Japan: the rise of civilization in East Asia (1993). London: Thames &; Hudson.
Barnes, Gina L. 2001 Archaeological Armor in Korea and Japan: styles, technology and social setting. Journal of East Asian Archaeology 2. 3/4: 61-95.
Barnes, Gina L. 2001 STATE FORMATION IN KOREA. London: Curzon.
Barnes, Gina L. 2001 (ed.) CLASHES OF IRON: ARMOR, WEAPONRY, AND WARFARE IN EARLY EAST ASIAN STATES. Thematic issue, Journal of East Asian Archaeology (JEAA) 2. 3/4 (Autumn 2000). Leiden: Brill
Barnes, Gina L. 2003 Chokkomon: the art of death in Kofun-period Japan. East Asia Journal: Studies in Material Culture, 1.2: 43-64
Barnes, Gina L. in press The emergence and expansion of Silla as seen archaeologically. In Silla and the Samguk Sagi, ed. by Edward Shultz &; Hugh Kang.University of Hawaii Press.
Eckfeld, Tonia. Imperial Tombs in Tang China, 618–907: The Politics of Paradise.pp. 164. London, Routledge Curzon, 2004.
Edwards, Walter. 1983 Event and Process in the Founding of Japan: The Horserider Theory in Archaeological Perspective. Journal of Japanese Studies, 9/2: 265-295.
Edwards, Walter, and Okita Masaaki. 1986 Interpreting Himiko: Gender Assumptions in the Historiography of a Third-century Japanese Queen. Paper presented at the Association of Asian Studies Annual Meeting, Chicago, March 22. (manuscript dated October 1985 in files)
Edwards, Walter. 1995 Searching for Himiko: The Archaeological Quest for Japanese Roots. Invited lecture, East Asian Program and Department of Anthropology, Cornell University, April 5. (see: WE 1996 below)
Edwards, Walter. 1996(1995) In Pursuit of Himiko: Postwar Archaeology and the Location of Yamatai. Monumenta Nipponica, 51/1 53-79
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1972 The Newly Discovered Takamatsuzuka Tomb. Monumenta Nipponica, 27(3): 245-251.
KISHIMOTO, Naofumi “Dual Kingship in the Kofun Period as Seen from the Keyhole
Tombs
“, UrbanScope Vol.4 (2013) 1-21
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1987 The Fujinoki Tomb and Its Grave-Goods. Monumenta Nipponica, 42(1): 57-87.
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr., and Kobiki Harunobu. 1988 I.C.U. Archaeology: 1987 Sewer Pipe Excavation, Southeast Sector. Humanities (ICU PublicationIV-B), 22: 131-162. (with H. Kobiki)
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1989 The Fujinoki Sarcophagus. Monumenta Nipponica, 44(4): 415-460.
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1990 Nogawa Park North Boundary Site. Reports on Salvage Archaeological Work in Tokyo 17, pp. 41-110. (with H. Kobiki, Y. Nakatsu, and S. Oda)
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1990 Ceramics and the Burial Mounds (Kofun). The Rise of a Great Tradition: Japanese Archaeological Ceramics from the Jomon through Heian Periods, pp. 40-52.. New York: Agency for Cultural Affairs and Japan Society.
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1990 Ceramics and the Burial Mounds (Kofun). The Rise of a Great Tradition: Japanese Archaeological Ceramics from the Jomon through Heian Periods, pp. 40-52.. New York: Agency for Cultural Affairs and Japan Society.
Kidder, J. Edward, Jr. 1990 Saddle Bows and Rump Plumes: More on the Fujinoki Tomb. Monumenta Nipponica, 45(1): 75-85.
Kiley, Cornelius J. 1973 State and Dynasty in Archaic Yamato. Journal of Asian Studies, 33(1): 25-49
Ledyard, Gari. 1975 Galloping along with the Horseriders: Looking for the Founders of Japan. Journal of Japanese Studies, 1(2): 217-254. (notes in my files)
Ledyard, Gari. 1983 Yamatai. Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan. Tokyo: Kodansha.
Lewin, B. 1973 Japanese and the Language of Koguryo. Papers of the C.I.C. Far Eastern Language Instittue, 4: 19-33.
Lewin, B. 1976 Japanese and Korean: The Problems and History of a Linguistic Comparison. Journal of Japanese Studies, 2: 389-412
Maher, John C. 1991 “North Kyushu Creole”: A Hypothesis Concerning the Multilingual Formation of Japanese. International Christian University Public Lecture Bulletin, 6: 15-48.
+Maher, John C. 1996 North Kyushu Creole: A Language-Contact Model for the Origins of Japanese. In Multicultural Japan: Palaeolithic to Postmodern, ed. Donald Denoon, Mark Hudson, Gavan McCormack, and Tessa Morris-Suzuki, pp. 31-45. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Martin, Samuel E. 1966 Lexical Evidence Relating Korean to Japanese. Language, 42: 185-251. (cited in Miller 1986, Windows)
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1967 The Japanese Language. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1976 Old Japanese Phonology and the Korean-Japanese Relationship. Language, 43: 278-302.
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1971 Japanese and the Other Altaic Languages. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press.
Street, John, and R. A. Miller. 1975 The Altaic Elements in Old Japanese, part I. Madison: The Authors.
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1976 The Relevance of Historical Linguistics for Japanese Studies. Journal of Japanese Studies, 2: 335-388.
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1979 Japanese, Altaic, and Indo-European. Journal of Indo-European Studies, 7: 307-313.
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1980 Origins of the Japanese Language. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press
Miller, Roy Andrew. 1982 Japan’s Modern Myth: The Language and Beyond. New York and Tokyo: Weatherhill.
+Miller, Roy Andrew. 1986 Linguistic Evidence and Japanese Prehistory. In Windows on the Japanese Past: Studies in Archaeology and Prehistory, ed. Richard J. Pearson, Gina L. Barnes, and Karl L. Hutterer, pp. 101-120. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan.
Miller, Roy A. 1989 Where Did Japanese Come from? Asian & Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs, 21: 1-25.
Miller, Roy A. 1990 Archaeological Light on Japanese Linguistic Origins. Asian & Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs, 22: 1-26.
Miller, Roy A. 1992 New Light on Old Korean. Asian & Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs, 24: 1-21.

Mizoguchi, Koji. (Kyushu University)
Mizoguchi, Koji. 2002 Japan: an archaeological history 30,000 BC-AD 700. University of Pennsylvania Press. Reviewed by Simon Kaner, Antiquity 294: 922-924, 2002.
Nelson, Sarah M. (ed.). 2003 Ancient Queens: Archaeological Explorationos. Gender and Archaeology Series. Walnut Creek: AltaMira.
Pearson, Richard J. 1979 Lolang and the Rise of Korean States and Chiefdoms. Journal of the Hong Kong Archaeological Society, VIII: 77-90.
Pearson, Richard J., and J.W. Lee, W.Y. Koh, and A. Underhill. 1989 Social Ranking in the Kingdom of Old Silla, Korea: Analysis of Burials. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 8(1):1-50
Wilson, Richard L. 2003 Oribe Ceramics and the Oribe Imagination. Turning Point: Oribe and the Arts of Sixteenth-Century Japan. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Seyock, Barbara. 2004 (University of Munich) The Wei-chih Tung-i-chuan as a Source for the Perception of the Metal Age Cultures in the Korean Straits Region. Paper presented at the Society for East Asian Archaeology Conference, Kyushu University, June 17-19, 2004 (東アジア考古学会第3回世界大会、研究発表), Session 3-B: Tsushima Archaeology: Cross-cultural perspectives on Korea and Japan.
Ikawa-Smith, Fumiko. 2004 (McGill University) Yayoi in the East Asian Interaction Sphere: Introduction and Background. Paper presented at the Society for East Asian Archaeology Conference, Kyushu University, June 17-19, 2004 (東アジア考古学会第3回世界大会、研究発表), Session 4-B: Yayoi in the East Asian Interaction Sphere: Problems presented by the AMS Radiocarbon Dates for the Yayoi Period in Japan
Barnes, Gina L., and Kaneko Masumi. 2004 (University of Durham) Roles of Women in Nihon Shoki. Paper presented at the Society for East Asian Archaeology Conference, Kyushu University, June 17-19, 2004 (東アジア考古学会第3回世界大会、研究発表), Session 4-A: Prospects of Gender Archaeology in East Asia.
Edwards, Walter. 2004 (Tenri University) How Many Mirrors? A Simulation of the Discovery of Triangular-Rimmed Mirrors in Japan. Paper presented at the Society for East Asian Archaeology Conference, Kyushu University, June 17-19, 2004 (東アジア考古学会第3回世界大会、研究発表), Session 6-A: Subsistence, Mortuary Practice, and Interdisciplinary Approaches in Japanese Archaeology.
Edwards, Walter, and Okita, Masaaki. 2004 (Tenri University) Reconstruction of Japanese Kofun (Mounded Tombs) Using Radar and Resistivity Prospection. Paper presented at the Society for East Asian Archaeology Conference, Kyushu University, June 17-19, 2004 (東アジア考古学会第3回世界大会、研究発表), Session 6-A: Subsistence, Mortuary Practice, and Interdisciplinary Approaches in Japanese Archaeology.
(Session 13: Transcendental Representations: Tradition, Iconoclasm and Symbiosis in Representations of Humans and Animals Forms, chair: Simon Kaner)(超越する表像―人間と動物の形態表現における伝統・偶像破壊・共生―、座長:サイモン・ケイナー)
+Oksbjerg, Jane. 2006 Cosmological Degeneration in Yayoi Two-dimensional Art: Iconoclasm in the late Middle Yayoi. pp. 93-94. (S13-02)(ジェーン・オクスビェルグ「弥生時代絵画にみるコスモロジーの退化―弥生時代中期後半における偶像打破―」)(*University of London, United Kingdom)
+Kaner, Simon. 2006 Creativity and Duplicity in the Representation of Humans and Animals. pp. 95-96. (S13-05)(サイモン・ケイナー「ヒトと動物の表現における創造と複製」)(*Sainbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Culture, United Kingdom)

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