"Excavated Japanese Archipelago 2008" Exhibition

Edo-Tokyo Museum

poster for "Excavated Japanese Archipelago 2008" Exhibition

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This is a series exhibition presenting the result of latest domestic excavation and research.
This time, about 350 notable pieces from the last year's excavation will be exhibited. In addition, much talked-about historical site the Takamatsuzuka tomb mound (Asuka Village, Takaichi County, Nara Prefecture) and Iwamiginzan silver mine (Ota City, Shimane Prefecture), which was registered as world's cultural heritage site last year, will be introduced. From Osuzukami site in Iwate Prefecture to the Gusuku site in Kikaijima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture, excavation data from all over Japan will be available on view in this exhibition.
Moreover, in regional exhibition section which features archaeological sites in Tokyo, the consolidation of Edo Castle and the town around it will be presented on the theme of "the birth of excavated modern city Edo" by analyzing the process of building castle and its outer mote.

[Image: "People Carrying Shields -Taishizuka Tomb Mound" (Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture)]



From 2008-07-19 To 2008-08-31



ahshima: (2008-07-21 at 03:07)


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