ПОСЕЛЕНЧЕСКИЕ КОМПЛЕКСЫ СРЕДНЕГО ДЗЁ:МОНА РЕГИОНА ТОХОКУ: ОБЩИЕ ЧЕРТЫ, ЛОКАЛЬНЫЕ ОСОБЕННОСТИ И ОСНОВНЫЕ ТЕРМИНЫ

Ключевые слова: Япония, Тохоку, средний дзё:мон, поселения, структура, полуземлянки, свайные конструкции, ритуальные места, термины

Аннотация

За последнее десятилетие в отечественный научный оборот активно вводятся данные по археологическим культурам Японского архипелага начиная с палеолита и до периода Кофун. Эти сведения касаются различных аспектов жизни местных племенных образований. В данном исследовании внимание уделено специфике внутреннего устройства поселенческих комплексов региона Тохоку на протяжении среднего периода эпохи дзё:мон. В статье представлены данные из археологических отчетов по наиболее показательным памятникам этого времени. Некоторые материалы памятников (Саннай Маруяма, Госёно) ранее публиковались в отечественных периодических изданиях, однако подавляющее большинство данных представлено впервые. Основное внимание уделено описанию местоположения памятников, характеристике жилищных котлованов и надземных конструкций, хозяйственных и ритуальных объектов, их расположению относительно друг друга, с кратким упоминанием об обнаруженных артефактах. В основу публикации легли материалы кандидатской диссертации автора: «Средний дзё:мон острова Хонсю (5–4 тыс. л.н.): общие характеристики и локальные особенности» [Иванова, 2018].

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Д.А. Иванова, Дальневосточный федеральный университет

кандидат исторических наук, научный сотрудник Департамента истории и археологии, Школы искусств и гуманитарных наук

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2020-12-25
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1. Иванова Д. ПОСЕЛЕНЧЕСКИЕ КОМПЛЕКСЫ СРЕДНЕГО ДЗЁ:МОНА РЕГИОНА ТОХОКУ: ОБЩИЕ ЧЕРТЫ, ЛОКАЛЬНЫЕ ОСОБЕННОСТИ И ОСНОВНЫЕ ТЕРМИНЫ // Теория и практика археологических исследований, 2020. Т. 32. № 4. С. 166-188. URL: http://journal.asu.ru/tpai/article/view/%2832%29.-13.
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ЗАРУБЕЖНАЯ АРХЕОЛОГИЯ