A Mirror for Japanese Archaeology

A Mirror for Japanese Archaeology

Kenneth AITCHISON. Japanese Journal of Archaeology 4 (2016): 76-84.


This paper reports what the author experienced about Japanese Archaeological daily practices with specific focus upon their organisational and legal aspects when he visited Japan in 2012. Critical and sympathetic comments are made in comparison with the picture on the ground in Europe.

Japanese Journal of Archaeology is an open-access journal, and this article is now available for download here at the JJA site.

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