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All data is as of December 05, 2022.

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Nojima Hisashi
Professor
Affiliation Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Discipline Archeology
Academic Degrees Hiroshima University Doctor of Philosophy
Hiroshima University Master of Arts
Research Fields Humanities; History; Archaeology
Research Keywords Chiefdom Societies / Burial Mounds in the Yayoi Period / The Yayoi Period / Iron Culture / The Kofun Period / Casting Iron Hardware / Archaeology / Ritual Deposit Site / Excavation / Forged Iron Hardware
Comments I specialize in Japanese archaeological research, especially the iron culture from the Yayoi period to the Kofun period in Japan. In addition, we are conducting archaeological excavations of the burial mounds in the Yayoi period and the keyhole-shaped mounded tombs in Hiroshima Prefecture to study their development process comprehensively.
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Topic Archeology
History of Japan/World
SDGs 4 Quality education 11 Sustainable cities and communities 17 Partnerships for the goals
Educational Programs [Bachelor Degree Program] School of Letters : Humane Studies : Geography, Archaeology and Cultural Properties
[Master's Program] Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences : Division of Humanities and Social Sciences : Humanities Program
[Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences : Division of Humanities and Social Sciences : Humanities Program
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