Japanese prehistoric art is a wide-ranging category, spanning the Jōmon (c. 10,000 BCE - 350 BCE) and Yayoi periods (c. 350 BCE-250 CE), and the entire Japanese archipelago, including Hokkaidō in the north, and the Ryukyu Islands in the south which were politically not part of Japan until the late 19th century. Much about these two periods remains unknown, and debates continue among scholars regarding the nature of the cultures and societies of the period, their number and the extent to which they can be considered to be united, uniform cultures across the archipelago, and across time.

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  • L'art préhistorique au Japon est une dénomination historiquement très large, couvrant les périodes Jōmon (c. 10 000 BCE - 350 BCE) et Yayoi (c. 350 BCE-250 CE) de l'ensemble de l'archipel japonais, dont Hokkaidō au nord et les îles Ryukyu au sud qui ne font politiquement pas partie du Japon avant la fin du XIXe siècle. Une grande partie de ces deux périodes reste inconnue et les débats se poursuivent entre chercheurs quant à la nature des cultures et des sociétés de cette époque, leur nombre et la mesure dans laquelle elles peuvent être considérées comme unies et uniformes à travers l'archipel et dans le temps. (fr)
  • Japanese prehistoric art is a wide-ranging category, spanning the Jōmon (c. 10,000 BCE - 350 BCE) and Yayoi periods (c. 350 BCE-250 CE), and the entire Japanese archipelago, including Hokkaidō in the north, and the Ryukyu Islands in the south which were politically not part of Japan until the late 19th century. Much about these two periods remains unknown, and debates continue among scholars regarding the nature of the cultures and societies of the period, their number and the extent to which they can be considered to be united, uniform cultures across the archipelago, and across time. (en)
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  • Japanese prehistoric art is a wide-ranging category, spanning the Jōmon (c. 10,000 BCE - 350 BCE) and Yayoi periods (c. 350 BCE-250 CE), and the entire Japanese archipelago, including Hokkaidō in the north, and the Ryukyu Islands in the south which were politically not part of Japan until the late 19th century. Much about these two periods remains unknown, and debates continue among scholars regarding the nature of the cultures and societies of the period, their number and the extent to which they can be considered to be united, uniform cultures across the archipelago, and across time. (en)
  • L'art préhistorique au Japon est une dénomination historiquement très large, couvrant les périodes Jōmon (c. 10 000 BCE - 350 BCE) et Yayoi (c. 350 BCE-250 CE) de l'ensemble de l'archipel japonais, dont Hokkaidō au nord et les îles Ryukyu au sud qui ne font politiquement pas partie du Japon avant la fin du XIXe siècle. (fr)
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  • Japanese Prehistoric Art (en)
  • Art préhistorique au Japon (fr)
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