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Anonymous   Vessel, middle Jomon period, circa 3000-2000 B.C.  Archaeological artifact, Coil-built earthenware with incised, modeled, and applied decoration, Height: 22 1/8 in. This impressive pottery vessel of the middle Jomon period (c. 3000–2000 b.c.) was made during Japan's earliest ceramic culture

Anonymous Vessel, middle Jomon period, circa 3000-2000 B.C. Archaeological artifact, Coil-built earthenware with incised, modeled, and applied decoration, Height: 22 1/8 in. This impressive pottery vessel of the middle Jomon period (c. 3000–2000 b.c.) was made during Japan's earliest ceramic culture

Jomon Culture (ca. 10,500–ca. 300 B.C.) This is incredible detail of using coils, leaving them as decorative functions.

Jomon Culture (ca. 10,500–ca. 300 B.C.) This is incredible detail of using coils, leaving them as decorative functions.

Statue type cylindre poterie (Jomon moyen terme): Préfecture de Nagano Suwa-gun ruines Fujinai

Statue type cylindre poterie (Jomon moyen terme): Préfecture de Nagano Suwa-gun ruines Fujinai

These vessels dating as far back as 13,000 BCE were mostly made by women, in what is also considered one of the earliest examples of a sedentary culture.

These vessels dating as far back as 13,000 BCE were mostly made by women, in what is also considered one of the earliest examples of a sedentary culture.

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