Yagi (Iaponiae physicalis)
Yagi
Yagi
Situs in Iaponia

Yagi est locus archaeologicus insulae Esoniae in Iaponia. In agris iacet vici Osatsube oppidi Minamikayabe urbisque Hakodate ad litus boreale paeninsulae Oshima.

Vestigia inter annos 1978 et 1980 ab archaeologis Masakazu Yoshizaki universitatis Hokkaidoënsis, Gulielmus Hurley universitatis Torontonensis, Petrus Bleed universitatis Nebraskensis effossa sunt. Hoc loco homines aevo Jōmon ineunte habitabant. Grana ab incolis pabulata speciei Echinochloa crus-galli specieique generis Digitaria reperta sunt.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Peter Bleed, Carl Falk, Ann Bleed, Akira Matsui, "Between the mountains and the sea: Optimal hunting patterns and faunal remains at Yagi, an Early Jomon community in southwestern Hokkaido" in Arctic Anthropology vol. 26 (1989) pp. 107-126
  • Peter Bleed, John Weymouth, Connie Bennett, "A nice place to live and work: Community structure at Yagi" in Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association vol. 21 (2001: Melaka Papers, 5) pp. 3-8
  • Gary W. Crawford, "Advances in Understanding Early Agriculture in Japan" in Current Anthropology vol. 52, no. S4 (2011) pp. S331-S345
  • Gary W. Crawford, Paleoethnobotany of the Kameda Peninsula Jomon (Anthropology Papers, 73). Ann Arbor: Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, 1983
  • Junko Habu, Akira Matsui, Naoto Yamamoto, Tomonori Kanno, "Shell midden archaeology in Japan: Aquatic food acquisition and long-term change in the Jomon culture" in Quaternary International vol. 239 (2011) pp. 19-27, praecipue 23-24
  • C. A. Stimmell, R. G. V. Hancock, A. M. Davis, "Chemical Analysis of Archaeological Soils from Yagi Site, Japan" in Advances in Chemistry vol. 205 (1984) pp. 79-96 Epitome

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