著者
藤尾 慎一郎
出版者
一般社団法人 日本鉄鋼協会
雑誌
鉄と鋼 (ISSN:00211575)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.91, no.1, pp.11-15, 2005-01-01 (Released:2009-06-19)
参考文献数
12

This paper focuses on the influence what the AMS-carbon 14 age method attains to the history of the iron in the Japanese Islands.The research team in National Museum of Japanese History makes a clear that the Yayoi period began in 10 Cen. cal BC. However, there was a problem in this.It is iron. If the Yayoi period has started in the 10th Cen. BC, it means that the ironware in Japanese Islands had spread early rather than it spreads in China.The research team reexamined the ironware excavated from Magarita site in the Fukuoka Pref. considered to be the oldest ironware in Japan. Consequently, the excavation situation was indefinite and it turned out that we cannot specify the time to belong.Furthermore, 36 ironwares in the initial and early Yayoi were also already found by that time cannot be specified except for two points. Therefore, it turned out that Japanese ironware appeared in the 3rd century of B.C. What does this mean?Although it had been thought that the beginning of agriculture in Japan and the appearance of ironware were simultaneous, it turned out that agriculture has appeared early about in 700 years. Therefore, it became clear that agriculture of Japan started at the Stone Age.

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@melchior2525 考古学的には弥生時代の鉄器は基本的に鋳造品であることが明らかにされたので,現在では燕系の鉄器文化の流れの中にあるという共通認識があるようです。 https://t.co/MCnPdhpX0P
日本最古の青銅器は3000年前=三崎山遺跡(山形県飽海郡遊佐町) 横山昭男・誉田慶信・伊藤清郎・渡辺信『山形県の歴史』p.21-22 日本最古の鉄器も3000年前=石崎・曲り田遺跡(福岡県糸島郡二丈町) https://t.co/XB2fk4WX8z

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