Mesopotamian American Culture

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The earliest inhabitant of the Japanese islands was hunter-gatherers. They were people who traveled in the woods and hunted down their food. They would hunt down deer, ducks, and doe . hunter –gatherers also ate fruits off tree or plants. Prehistoric Japan is divided into three major cultures: Jomn , Yaogoi, and ,Kofun. Jomn caused the sea level to rise and isolate Japanese from the Chinese mainland.
Early Neolithic inhabitants were nomadic hunters and gatherers. They slowly began to settle in semi-permanent villages. The period takes its name from the rope patterns found on earthenware vessels which are wheel –turned pottery with smooth , painted or burnished surfaces.
Kofun was a ruling aristocracy which is the highest in certain heredity which is …show more content…

The tombs were furnished with ceramic cups, bowls, and iron ornaments such as bronze mirrors and stone jewelry.
Burial mounds were adorned which means made either using clay sculptures in the form of warriors, shamans, animals and birds.

The Jomon period uses a great expanse of time of Japans period. Jomons name is derived from the from the, “ cord marking “ that characterizes the ceramics made during this time . Jomon people were living in semi- sendentary, living mostly in pit dwellings arranged around central, open spaces. Jomon people also obtained their food during this time they did this by fishing , hunting, crafting, or picking their food off trees. While the many excavations of Jomons sites have added to my knowledge of specific artifacts, they have not helped resolve certain fundamental questions concerning the people of the Proto-literate era, such as their ethnic classification and the origin of their languages.
The Jomon period lasted so long and is culturally diverse, historians and archeologist which are often divided into the following phases: Incipient Jomons, Intial Jomon, Early Jomon, Middle Jomon, Late Jomon, and Final

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