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Volume I
Square segmented relics in the Arato-Arako Site
SHIKADA Yuzo, AIKYO Takeshi, NAKAZAWA Satoru, KIKUCHI
Minoru, KOJIMA Atsuko, SAITO Toshiaki(pp1-8)

Arima Site
Locality surrounding the Arima Site
SATO Akito(pp9-19)

Gravel embedded burials in the Arima Site
TOMOHIRO Tetsuya(pp20-28)

X-ray photography applied to reveal the silver inlaid techniques
SEKI Kuni-ichi(pp29-32)

A study on the preservation of ancient metal implements using anti-rust chemicals
-Mainly on iron implements-
MIYAZAWA Kenji(pp33-36)

Photographing artefacts
SATO Motohiko(37-42)

A memorandum for knife-shaped stone tools in Gunma
ASO Toshitaka(pp43-48)

Recent research examples of the pottery making in Indonesia
SAKAI Takashi(pp49-68)
Volume II
Looking at the recent trends concerning the studies of
grouped burials
-A new analysis on the emergence of the late smaller burials and its background-
SHIKADA Yuzo(pp1-18)

Study on the Ukishima and the Okitsu pottery types in Gunma (part 1)
TANIFUJI Yasuhiko, SEKINE Shinji(pp19-40)

An introductory study on the Indonesian prehistoric graveyard system
SAKAI Takashi(pp41-64)

The reversed layer found in loam strata and its meaning
IWASAKI Yshikazu (pp65-72)

A study on the inscribed dates on wooden tablets
NIKURA Akihiko(pp73-78)
Volume III
On the influence of the emergence of the Sakitama Tumuli and the Kenu provincial power
IZUKA Takuji(pp1-20)

Pottery and sarcophaguses of the pre-historic age in Indonesia
SAKAI Takashi(pp21-38)

A study of the Ukishima and the Okitsu pottery types in Gunma (part 2)
TANIFUJI Yasuhiko, SEKINE Shinji(pp39-56)

A weight test for ancient embedded pillars
ISHIMORI Akira(pp57-62)

On the names of agricultural implements KAWAHARA Kikuji(pp63-71)
Volume IV
Pottery in chronological order of the middle Jomon period excavated in the Kokubunji-Cyukanchiiki Site
SAKURAOKA Masanobu(pp1-14)

Methodology in researching trapping pits and the relevant problems in the Jomon period
KIKUCHI Minoru(pp15-28)

Chronology of the middle Kofun period pottery in Gunma Prefecture
-A Study on the typological series of pottery by means of associated assemblage-
SAKAGUCHI Hajime(pp29-48)

A chiisa-katana-sword from the mound No. 7 in the Kiyosato-Nagakubo Site
-Experimental analysis in polishing chiisa-katana-swords based on the metal engineering-
SASAKI Minoru, OE Masayuki, AIKYO Takeshi(pp49-66)

On the koshiki-ware
-Focusing on the koshiki-ware used for steaming in the Heian periodin Gunma-
TOYAMA Masako(pp67-86)

A Study of the inferior inhibiter effects of PEG 4000 (Waterlogged wood impergnation solution) using a supper functional absorption liquid
KITAZUME Kenji(pp87-90)
Volume V
Movements of the sites in relation with the settlement groups
-Problems of the Jomon period sites in the South-eastern foot of Mt. Haruna-
ONIGATA Yoshio(pp1-26)

Some types of stone implements in the yori-itomon pottery culture
-Focusing on stamp-shaped stones and triangular pyramid-shaped stones
ISHIZAKA Shigeru, IWASAKI Yoshikazu(pp27-56)

Swords with elipsaidal pommel (Kabutsuchi-tachi) from Doyama Tumulus
-Examining the Ko-onji Temple collection, Chiyoda Town in Gunma Prefecture-
TOKUE Hideo(pp57-72)

Ending of the construction of Kofuns in the Kofun period of Gunma
-Historical significance of the ending of the construction from the local viewpoint-
MIURA Mosaburo(pp73-94)

Sue-ware of the Nara period
-Review on the tsuki-type sue-ware by measurment process-
NAKAZAWA Satoru, IIDA Yoichi(pp95-109)
Volume VI
Structure of the pebble enclosed burials in the late Jomon period
-Concerning the formation of graveyards in the Fukasawa Site-
SHIMOJOH Tadashi, ONAYA Washio, TANIFUJI Yasuhiko, NAKAMARU Kohji(pp1-18)

Location of the early Yayoi period settlements in the Kanto district, and their relationships with the wet rice cultivation
NOTO Takeshi, KOJIMA Atsuko(pp19-44)

Artefacts from tumulus in Midono, Fujioka City
-Mound No. 410, 411 and 412 in the Hirai Village, Tano District by Jomo Kofun Soran; A List of Kofuns surveyed in Kohzuke Province-
KOBAYASHI Tohru(pp45-48)

Pottery for boiling in the Heian period
-What is Dohgama type like?-
MIURA Kyoko, KUROSAWA Harumi(pp49-60)

Archaeological researches on road remains, focusing on Tohsando & Azuma-michi
-An introductory study of the history of land transportation in Kohzuke-
SAKAI Takashi(pp61-72)

A study on the character of the god of the Sohja Shrine in Kohzuke-no-kuni
KAWAHARA Kakuji(pp73-94)

Koshiki-ware derived from haji-ware in Gunma Prefecture
TOYAMA Masako(pp95-115)

A memorandum on the maintenance and restoration of Todai-ji Temple and Zoji-shi in the former Heian period
IIZUKA Satoshi(pp116-128)
Volume VII
Oshigatamon-impression-marked pottery from the Yagisawa-shimizu Site, Onogami Village, Gunma Prefecture
ISHIZAKA Shigeru(p1-26)

Various phases of the Atamadai pottery type in Gunma Prefecture
-Focusing on the analysis of the middle Jomon pottery from the Aramaki Site-
YAMAGUCHI Toshihiro(pp27-46)

Some notes on the agricultural stone implements in Yayoi period
-Stone plough and stone reaping knife-
ASO Toshitaka(pp47-56)

Ushibuse sand stone and the mounded tombs (1)
MIGISHIMA Kazuo, TSUGANEZAWA Yoshishige, ARAI Hitoshi, KOBAYASHI Tohru, INOUE Masami, SEKIGUCHI Hiroyuki, IIZUKA Hatsuko(pp57-76)

An aspect of the excavated coins 'Kocho-Junisen' in the Kanto district
-The first step is looking for the chronological study of pottery in Nara and Heian period-
NAKAZAWA Satoru(pp77-88)

Ancient temples in Nittagun-Kohzuke-no-kuni
-An essay on the formation and the structure of the local ancient temples and their historical backgrounds-
SUDA Shigeru(pp89-114)

On the oxidising fire-processed wheel-turned pots
-Aiming to reveal the technology in Gunma Prefecture-
SAKURAOKA Masanobu(pp115-128)

One aspect of chemical analysis on bullets
-A few results on the bullets collected in the excavations of Gunma Prefecture-
TAGUCHI Masami, TSUGANEZAWA Yoshishige, MABUCHI Hisao, HIRAO Yoshimitsu(pp129-148)
Volume VIII
Pit houses of the early Jomon period in Gunma Prefecture
HARA Masanobu(pp1-16)

Origin of the Aka-ido pottery type
OHKI Shin-ichiro(pp17-32)

The procedures of the emergence of the earliest period Kofun burials in Eastern part of Japan
-Aspects of the emergence era of the mounded tombs along side the Kabura river basin-
WAKABAYASHI Masato(pp33-52)

Factors of the pottery type changes in the haji-ware
-Some phases of sueki-copied pottery called haji pottery when it first appeared in Gunma Prefecture-
SAKAGUCHI Hajime(pp53-62)

Ushibuse sand stone and mounded tombs (2)
MIGISHIMA Kazuo, TSUGANEZAWA Yoshishige, NAGUMO Yoshiaki, KOBAYASHI Tohru, INOUE Masami, ISOGAI Akiko(63-92)

Concerning the roof tile kiln of Yamagiwa, in Kasagake Town (Kohzuke Kokubunji-Temple's roof tile kilns when first established)
-Introduction of the archaeological material-
WATANUKI Kunio, Kizu Hiroaki(pp93-136)

Fundamental study on wooden tablets, in the ancient Japan
TAKASHIMA Hideyuki(pp137-178)

Study of the ancient time in the Haruna-Jinja Shrine Site
KAWAHARA Kakuji(pp179-201)
Volume IX
Recent interpretations on the study of the upper palaeolithic settlements and their groups
IWASAKI Yoshikazu(pp1-22)

Systematic analysis of the Aramichi pottery type change
-Focusing on the upper reaches of Tone River-
YAMAGUCHI Toshihiro(pp23-50)

Aspects on the developement of the settlements along side the Kabura River reaches
-An essay on locality and its archaeological features-
WAKABAYASHI Masato(pp51-64)

Umagata Haniwa-horse-shaped figurine from Tohmoh School for handicapped children
NAGUMO Yoshiaki(pp65-82)

Assesing the age of the Imai-jinja Shrine tumulus by examining the haniwa cylindrical clay figurines
KURODA Akira(pp83-96)

Statistic trend of pit dwellings
IGAWA Tatsuo(pp97-108)

Views on the glazed wares in Gunma
-A report based on the consumers' areas-
WATANUKI Kunio, KAMIYA Yoshiaki, SAKURAOKA Masanobu(pp109-134)

A study of wooden tablet-shaped implements
TAKASHIMA Hideyuki, ISHIMORI Akira(pp135-150)

A study on the medieval burial remains of the Shiroishi Omido Site in Fujioka City, Gunma Prefecture
WATANUKI Eijiro, MIYAZAKI Shigeo, TSUGANEZAWA Yoshishige, IIJIMA Yoshio(pp151-181)
Volume X
The changing processes of spear heads
-Manufacture and rejection processes of spear heads on the Sagamino River Terrace-
SEKIGUCHI Hiroyuki(pp1-26)

Pottery phases from the end of the Earliest Jomon to the beginning of the Early Jomon in Gunma
FUJIMAKI Yukio(pp27-62)

Settlements during the later phases of the Early Jomon in Gunma Prefecture
-Focused on the Moroiso b3~c pottery type period-
KIMURA Osamu(pp63-88)

Hearths or ovens?
-The other structure of ovens-
TOYAMA Masako(pp89-106)

An analysis of how a group of tumulae mounds were formed at the Southern foot of Mt. Akagi
-Mainly on the Kaninuma-higashi Tumulus in Isesaki City, Gunma-
SHIKADA Takemitsu(pp107-130)

Trends of local historians of Gunma Prefecture in the Early Showa Era
-Background for the archaeological operations on Kamishiba Tumulus in Kohzuke, Minowa Town-
KISHIDA Haruo(pp131-160)

In depth examination of decorated swords in Kohzuke Province
TOKUE Hideo(pp161-196)

Study on the ceramics in Kohzuke Province (Part 1)
KIZU Hiroaki(pp197-230)

Study on the decorated part of the swords excavated in the Kamikurisu Site of Fujioka City
SAITOH Toshiaki, KIZU Hiroaki(pp231-236)

Aspects of roof tile distribution area in the western part of Kohzuke
KAWAHARA Kikuji(pp237-278)
Volume XI
A study on the materials of the stone implements found in Gunma Prefecture (part 1)
-Lithic sources of the stone implements found along the Kabura River reaches-
SAKURAI Mie, INOUE Masami, SEKIGUCHI Hiroyuki(pp1-14)

A study of the takohseki-dimpled-stone in Jomon period
KIKUCHI Minoru(pp15-30)

On the structure of the 'H'-shaped pottery decoration in Yayoi period in the Eastern part of Japan
IIJIMA Yoshio(pp31-50)

A basic study of horse riding through the horse-shaped haniwa figurines
NAGUMO Yoshiaki(pp51-78)

On the classification of pottery by the analysis of the clay material
-An application for the archaeological data by means of multi-variate analysis-
SATO Motohiko(pp79-109)

The ancient temple at the foot of Mt. Haruna(Part 2)
-Karamatsu-Haiji temple-
KAWAHARA Kakuji(pp101-133)
Volume XII
The prototype of the Moroiso C pottery type
SEKINE Shinji(pp1-28)

Note on the artefacts (2 exmaples)
-The Atamadai pottery type of the upper reaches of the Tone River
YAMAGUCHI Toshihiro, SEKI Kuni-ichi(pp29-44)

The formation of the Kohzuke Type haniwa-clay figurine
MIGISHIMA Kazuo(pp45-70)

The transition of the tumulus mounds with Zenteibu-entrance attached to the chambers
-The types of tumulus in the Late Kofun Period at the Southern foot of Mt. Akagi
SHIKADA Takemitsu(pp71-94)

Results of experimental burning of a reconstructed house
ISIMORI Akira(pp95-106)
Volume XIII
Dogu-clay figurines of Gunma Prefecture in Jomon period
-Their changes and local features
FUJIMAKI Yukio, ISHIZAKA Shigeru(pp1-42)

Pattern extracted pottery
-Case study of a 'died-out' pot in the middle Jomon period-
DOI Takashi, NAKAMARU Kohji, YAMAGUCHI Toshihiro(pp43-70)

Aspects of the formation of the chieftain's mound tomb in the Kofun period
-The trends in the Imai-jinja mound tomb and the settlements surrounding Maebashi City, Gunma Prefecture-
SAKAGUCHI Hajime(pppp71-80)

A basic study of the spindle wheel(Part 1)
-Mainly in Gunma Prefecture-
NAKAZAWA Satoru(pp81-126)

Regarding the conditions of human dental attrition from excavations in Gunma Prefecture
-Mainly on permanent teeth of the Muromachi period and the Edo Period people-
ISHIMORI Akira(pp127-156)
Volume XIV
On the earthenware inscribed with a cipher from the Shimotakase-Uenohara Site, Tomioka City
TAKASHIMA Hideyuki(pp1-26)

Closely examining and measuring of the tumuli conditions
-The world of 'the Jomo Kohzuke Koboki'-A travelogue on Gunma's tumuli and the views on the tumuli in YOSHIDA Shikei-
KISHIDA Haruo(pp27-62)

Report on the artefacts of the medieval era from the Akagi-jinja shrine, Miyosawa, Miyagi Village
OIKAWA Yoshiko(pp63-66)

Table of measurements of the pounding stones and the grinding stones (Kubomi-ishi and Suri-ishi) in the Miharada Site (Jomon period)
NOTO Takeshi(pp67-78)

List of the agricultural sites including paddy fields and the dry cultivation sites in Gunma Prefecture
NOTO Takeshi, KOJIMA Atuko(pp79-102)
Volume XV
Taking a closer look at the original artefacts found in the chamber tomb of Koh-Futagoyama of Nishi-Ohmuro, Kohzuke excavated in 1878 the 11th year of the Meiji Era
KISHIDA Haruo(pp1-34)

Inlaid swords dug in the burial mound No. 23 of Matsumoto, Ohta Town
MURAOKA Yasuko, Seki kuni-ichi, TOKUE Hideo(pp35-58)

Metal bowl imitation in favour of metal lustre
SAKURAOKA Masanobu, KAMIYA Yoshiaki(pp59-84)

One aspect of the settlement location change of Ide in the Early Edo period
-Looking at the depth of the wells found in the neighbouring excavation sites-
IIMORI Yasuhiro(pp85-100)

'Engi-naizenshiki: Koshu-enponojo': commentary on the article of 'Koshu-enpo' from 'Engi-naizenshiki'
-Documents on ancient dry field cultivation-
TAKAI Yoshihiro(pp101-118)

Historical sites of Gunma described in textbooks
-Displays at an educational centre and its videoing for a television programme-
NOTO Takeshi, HARA Masanobu(pp119-138)
Volume XVI
A case study of the site structure of the Sanwa Site
TSUSHIMA Hideaki(pp1-18)

Comments on excavated artefacts from Kofun period paddy fields
-More specifically excavated results from the Hamagawa-Tate Site-
FUKASAWA Atsuhito(pp19-30)

The process of making ridge and furrows for the wet-rice fields in the Kofun period
-An example of the very small grid type wet-rice fields in the late Kofun period-
SAKAGUCHI Hajime(pp31-42)

Historical study of the locality of the volcanic disaster caused by Mt. Asama's eruption of 1783
-Archaeological check on the date and time of Asama's pumice fall 'A' on the North-eastern area
SEKI Toshiaki, Moroda Yasunari(pp43-60)

Stratigraphy of the middle-late pleistocene tephric loess deposits of the North-western of Gunma Prefecture
YAGUCHI Hiroyuki(pp61-90)<
Volume XVII
Lithic sources of the stone artefacts and the site structure
TSUSHIMA Hideaki(pp1-12)

Stratigraphy of the paleoenviroment of the layers including the oldest Jomon artefacts from the Tokumaru-Nakada Site
YAGUCHI Hiroyuki(pp13-24)

A study of the cattle ploughing and the size of the rice fields of the ancient period: from the smaller segmented rice fields to the larger rice fields
SAITOH Hidetoshi(pp25-44)

On the hole type dwellings and their ruins
-An example of the hole type dwellings on the Taira-Oppeno Site of the late Kofun period-
ISHIMORI Akira(pp45-58)

The implementation of the archaeological aspects for school education at primary and secondary levels in England
-A study of the CBA-
KOBAYASHI Daigo(pp59-81)
Volume XVII
Experimental work on pottery firing in the sue-ware kiln
using the sue-ware kiln of the Kohsenbo kiln Site
Pottery manufacturing study group(pp1-14)

Landscape reconstruction when horse breeding was popular in ancient times
TAKAI Yoshihiro(pp15-26)

Study of tamped earth ramparts observed in medieval castles
-Based on examples of Kanto region-
HARA Makoto(pp27-42)

Data of the ceramic artists of contemporary Gunma
ISHIZUKA Hisanori, WATANABE Hiroyuki(pp43-52)

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