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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

Vessel, middle Jomon period, circa B. Coil-built earthenware with incised, modeled, and applied decoration

Ancient clay shell-shaped vessel, Jomon Doki people, Hokkaido, Japan

Jomon shell-shaped vessel with spout. From Nagakubo, Shichinohe-machi, Aomori.

Omma Village Board of Education - Foundation eighty-two Cultural Foundation

Omma Village Board of Education - Foundation eighty-two Cultural Foundation

japanese pottery - Bing images

asianhistory: “Bottle, Late Jomon period (ca.) Japan Earthenware with incised designs “ This small, bulbous-shaped bottle with narrow neck is typical of wares found at Late Jomon sites.

tabblo_5Jomon-drum

Music and musical instruments the Jomon people made

Clay drum excavated from the Nagamine site, Nagano prefecture. Animal skin was stretched over the mouth of the vessel and held by strings that went through the perforated holes around the rim of the mouth.

有孔鍔付(ゆうこうつばつき)という名の土器

有孔鍔付(ゆうこうつばつき)という名の土器

Jomon. Sakai A ruins excavated goods - Toyama Prefecture Archaeological Center -

Sakai A ruins excavated goods - Toyama Prefecture Archaeological Center -

八ヶ岳山麓を中心とする縄文土器芸術―抽象の美 | 八ヶ岳山麓 縄文文化の魅力 | 八ヶ岳山麓の縄文文化発信:縄文阿久友の会

八ヶ岳山麓を中心とする縄文土器芸術―抽象の美 | 八ヶ岳山麓 縄文文化の魅力 | 八ヶ岳山麓の縄文文化発信:縄文阿久友の会

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