The Wisdom of Ancient People

  • Bulletin of Gunma Archaelogical Research Foundation
  • Glossary
  • English Summaries from the Bulletin of Gunma Arcaherological Research Foundation
  • Guide to events

Glossary

[A]
Aka-ido pottery type
Aramichi pottery type
Asama's eruption of 1783
Asama's pumice fall 'A'
Atamadai pottery type
Azuma-michi

[B]
burial mound

[C]
chamber tomb
chiisa-katana-sword
clay figurines

[D]
dohgama

[E]
earlier Kofun burial
early Jomon
earthenware inscribed with a cipher
embedded pillar

[G]
gravel embedded burials
grouped burials
Gunma Prefecture

[H]
'H'-shaped pattern
haji-ware
haniwa cylindrical figurine
Heian period
horse-shaped haniwa figure

[I]
inlaid sword

[J]
Jomo Kofun Soran: A List of Kofuns surveyed in Kohzuke Province
Jomon period

[K]
Kabura River
kabutsuchi-tachi
Kanto district
Kenu
knife-shaped stone tool
Kocho-Junisen
Kofun period
Kohzuke-no-Kuni
koshiki-ware
Kohzuke Kokubunji temple

[L]
late Kofun period
loam strata

[M]
Maebashi City
middle Jomon period
middle Kofun period
Moroiso C pottery type
Moroiso b3~c pottery type
Mt. Akagi
Mt. Haruna

[N]
Nittagun-Kohzuke-no-Kuni

[O]
Okitsu pottery type
Osigatamon-impression-marked pottery

[P]
pebble enclosed burial
pit dwelling

[S]
Sakitama Tumuli
silver inlaid technique
Sohja Shrine
stamp-shaped stone
sue-ware
swords with elipsaidal pommel

[T]
takohseki-dimpled-stone
Tano district
Todai-ji Temple
Tone River
Tosando
tsuki-type sue-ware

[U]
Ukishima pottery type
Umagata Haniwa-horse-shaped figurine
Ushibuse sand stone

[V]
very small grid type wet-rice field

[W]
wet rice cultivation
wooden tablet

[Y]
Yayoi period
yori-itomon pottery culture

[Z]
zenteibu-entrance yard to the chamber

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