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Ueno Yoshifumi

ウエノ ヨシフミ | Ueno Yoshifumi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assistant Professor
Research field  (1): Archaeology
Research keywords  (1): Archaeology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • Study on Ancient Eastern Asia from viewpoint of relics in Han Dynasty
Papers (2):
  • UENO Yoshifumi. Selecting Iron as Material of Wares in Han Dynasty Period. Chinese Archaeology. 2015. 15. 41-54
  • UENO Yoshifumi. Changes and Milestones of the Chinese Mirror Distribution System in the Japanese Islands. Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History. 2014. 185. 349-368
MISC (5):
  • The Line of Pan Long Jing Mirrors. Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History. 2003. 100. 1-23
  • The New Horizon of Research Using Materials on Han Tombs: Using Early Han Society of the ChangSha Region as a model. Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History. 2003. 108. 67-92
  • The Interaction between Gaya and Wa from the viewpoint of the Bronze Mirrors. The Interaction between Gaya and Wa in Eancient Asia THE 5TH REKIHAKU INTERNATIONAL SYMPOXIUM ABSTRACTS. 2002
  • The Lineage and Production Detes of Hua Xiang Jing Mirrors. JOURNAL OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NIPPON. 2001. 86-2
  • Trends in Schools of Mirrors with Deities and Sacred Animals. THE SHIRIN. 2000. 83. 4. 30
Lectures and oral presentations  (2):
  • Imperial Burial Mound in Ancient China
    (Why is Japanese Kofun so huge?: Comparative archaeology of ancient monuments 2018)
  • Chinese Style Items in the Social System of the Early States in East Asia
    (SEAA 2014)
Professional career (1):
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Work history (4):
  • 2010/04 - 現在 The Graduate University for Advanced Studies
  • 2009/10 - 現在 National Institutes for the Humanities
  • 2007/04 - 2009/09 National Institutes for the Humanities
  • 2004/04 - 2007/03 National Institutes for the Humanities
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