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YAMAGATA Mariko
 
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Affiliation*
Certification Courses Curator Course
Graduate School of Arts Master's Program in Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies
Graduate School of Arts Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies
Title*
Specially Appointed Professor
Degree
博士(文学) ( 東京大学 )
Research Theme*
  • 東南アジア考古学を研究テーマとする。おもな調査地はベトナムで、鉄器時代から初期歴史時代の遺跡の発掘調査を実施し、その成果を踏まえて古代国家の形成過程を考古学の面から分析・考察している。東南アジア各地の博物館における文化資源の活用に関する研究も行っている。

  • Research Interests
  • 東南アジア考古学

  • Southeast Asian Archaeology

  • Campus Career*
    • 4 2021 - Present 
      Certification Courses   Curator Course   Specially Appointed Professor
    • 4 2021 - Present 
      Graduate School of Arts   Master's Program in Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies   Specially Appointed Professor
    • 4 2021 - Present 
      Graduate School of Arts   Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies   Specially Appointed Professor
     

    Research Areas

    • Humanities & Social Sciences / Archaeology

    Education

    • 4 1988 - 3 1993 
      The University of Tokyo

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      Country: Japan

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    Committee Memberships

    • 6 2021 - Present 
      東方学会   第6期学術委員

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    • 4 2020 - Present 
      東南アジア考古学会   会長

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      東南アジア考古学会

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    • 4 2019 - Present 
      Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association   Executive Committee Member

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    • 2007 - 2008 
      東南アジア学会   理事

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      東南アジア学会

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    Papers

    • 林邑の人面紋瓦当-チャーキュウ遺跡とミーソン遺跡の瓦をめぐる基礎的考察

      山形眞理子

      『港市・交流・陶磁器-東南アジア考古学研究―』   85 - 95   3 2021

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    • ベトナム南部・アンソン遺跡における新石器時代の種子圧痕分析

      中山誠二, 山形眞理子, Nguyễn Khánh Trung Kiên

      アジア地域研究 ( 2 ) 37 - 51   12 2019

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    • Craniometrics Reveal “Two Layers” of Prehistoric Human Dispersal in Eastern Eurasia Peer-reviewed

      Hirofumi Matsumura, Hsiao-chun Hung, Charles Higham, Chi Zhang, Mariko Yamagata, Lan Cuong Nguyen, Zhen Li, Xue-chun Fan, Truman Simanjuntak, Adhi Agus Oktaviana, Jia-ning He, Chung-yu Chen, Chien-kuo Pan, Gang He, Guo-ping Sun, Wei-jin Huang, Xin-wei Li, Xing-tao Wei, Kate Domett, Siân Halcrow, Kim Dung Nguyen, Hoang Hiep Trinh, Chi Hoang Bui, Khanh Trung Kien Nguyen, Andreas Reinecke

      Scientific Reports9 ( 1 ) 1 - 12   12 2019

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      Language:English   Publishing type:Research paper (scientific journal)   Publisher:Springer Science and Business Media LLC  

      DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-35426-z

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    • The development of regional centres in Champa, viewed from recent archaeological advances in central Vietnam. Peer-reviewed

      YAMAGATA Mariko, Nguyễn Kim Dung, Bùi Chí Hoàng

      Études thématiques, École française d'Extrême-Orient (Arlo Griffiths, Andrew Hardy and Geoff Wade (eds.) Champa: Territories and Networks of a Southeast Asian Kingdom.)31   47 - 62   2019

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    • ベトナム中部出土の漢系遺物に関する考察:チャーキュウ遺跡の調査成果を中心に

      山形眞理子

      アジア地域研究 ( 1 ) 11 - 20   3 2018

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    • Austronesian Migration to Central Vietnam: Crossing over the Iron Age Southeast Asian Sea. Peer-reviewed

      Mariko Yamagata, Hirofumi Matsumura

      Tella australis (Piper, P. J., Matsumura, H. and Bulbeck, D. (eds.) New Perspectives in Southeast Asian and Pacific Prehistory.)45   333 - 355   2017

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    • Nishimura Masaya. <i>Archaeology and Ancient History of Vietnam</i>. Tokyo: Doseisha Co., Ltd., 2011, 360p.

      Yamagata Mariko

      Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies52 ( 2 ) 340 - 343   2015

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      Language:Japanese   Publisher:Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University  

      DOI: 10.20495/tak.52.2_340

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      Other Link: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/197814

    • Roofing Tiles in the Southern Boundary of the Han and the Six Dynasties : Origins and Development of Roofing Tiles in South and Middle Vietnam

        ( 123,130 ) 241 - 270   9 2012

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    • Cat Tien Archaeological Site : A Hindu Temple Complex Found in Lam Dong Province. Southeastern Vietnam Peer-reviewed

        ( 319 ) 85 - 118   11 2011

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    • Terminal Pleistocene human skeleton from Hang Cho Cave, northern Vietnam: implications for the biological affinities of Hoabinhian people Peer-reviewed

      Hirofumi Matsumura, Minoru Yoneda, Yukio Dodo, Marc F. Oxenham, Nguyen Lan Cuong, Nguyen Kim Thuy, Lam My Dung, Vu The Long, Mariko Yamagata, Junmei Sawada, Kenichi Shinoda, Wataru T. Akigawa

      ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE116 ( 3 ) 201 - 217   12 2008

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      An excavation at the cave site of Hang Cho in northern Vietnam resulted in the discovery of a terminal Pleistocene human skeleton in a relatively good state of preservation. The material culture from this site belongs to the pre-ceramic Hoabinhian period. An AMS radiocarbon date on a tooth sample extracted from this individual gives a calibrated age of 10450 300 years BP. In discussions of the population history of Southeast Asia, it has been repeatedly advocated that Southeast Asia was occupied by indigenous people akin to present-day Australo-Melanesians prior to the Neolithic expansion of migrants from Northeast Asia into the area. Cranial and dental metric analyses were undertaken in order to assess the biological affinity of early settlers in this region. The results suggest that the Hang Cho skeleton, as well as other early or pre-Holocene remains in Southeast Asia, represent descendants of colonizing populations of late Pleistocene Sundaland, who may share a common ancestry with present-day Australian Aboriginal and Melanesian people.

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    • The early history of Lin-i viewed from archaeology

      YAMAGATA Mariko

      ACTA ASIATICA ( 92 ) 1 - 30   2 2007

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    • Khu di tích Bình Yên và văn hóa Sa Huỳnh ở Quảng Nam Peer-reviewed

      Bùi Chí Hoàng, Mariko Yamagata

      Một số vấn đề khảo cổ học ở miền nam Việt Nam   88 - 123   1 2004

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    • Western Han Bronze Mirrors recently found in Central and Southern Vietnam. Peer-reviewed

      YAMAGATA Mariko, Pham Duc Manh, Bui Chi Hoang

      Bulletin of the;Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association ( 21 ) 99 - 106   2001

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    Books and Other Publications

    • 東南アジアの文化遺産とミュージアム

      徳澤, 啓一, 山形, 眞理子( Role: Joint editor ,  チャンパの世界遺産「ミーソン聖域」とサイト・ミュージアム)

      雄山閣  6 2023  ( ISBN:9784639028925

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      Total pages:225p   Language:Japanese

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    • 南アジアと東南アジア : 〜一五世紀

      三田, 昌彦, 弘末, 雅士, 古井, 龍介, 青山, 亨, 鈴木, 恒之, 馬場, 紀寿, 二宮, 文子, 小磯, 学, 山形, 眞理子, 田畑, 幸嗣, 横地, 優子, 松浦, 史明, 和田, 郁子, 宮治, 昭, 応地, 利明, 伊東, 利勝, 石沢, 良昭, 鎌田, 由美子( Role: Contributor ,  ドンソン文化とサーフィン文化――東南アジアの鉄器時代文化)

      岩波書店  5 2022  ( ISBN:9784000114141

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      Total pages:xi, 293p, 図版 [3] 枚   Language:Japanese

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    • アジアの博物館と人材教育 : 東南アジアと日中韓の現状と展望

      山形, 眞理子, 徳澤, 啓一( Role: Joint editor)

      雄山閣  3 2022  ( ISBN:9784639027782

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    • 論点・東洋史学 : アジア・アフリカへの問い158

      石川, 博樹, 太田, 淳, 太田, 信宏, 小笠原, 弘幸, 宮宅, 潔, 四日市, 康博, 吉沢, 誠一郎( Role: Contributor ,  林邑・扶南・チャンパ 東南アジアの古代国家はいかに形成されたか)

      ミネルヴァ書房  1 2022  ( ISBN:9784623092178

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      Total pages:viii, 362p   Language:Japanese

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    • 新博物館園論

      小林秀司, 星野卓二, 徳澤啓一, (山形眞理子)( Role: Contributor ,  遺跡の保護とその活用 pp.220-236.)

      同成社  3 2019 

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    • Champa: Territories and Networks of a Southeast Asian Kingdom

      Griffiths, A, Hardy, A, Wade, G.(eds.) (YAMAGATA Mariko, Nguyễn Kim Dung, Bùi Chí Hoàng)( Role: Contributor ,  The development of regional centres in Champa, viewed from recent archaeological advances in central Vietnam.)

      École française d'Extrême -Orient:  2019 

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    • State Formation and Social Integration in Pre-modern South and Southeast Asia: A Comparative Study of Asian Society.

      KARASHIMA Noboru, HIROSUE Masashi, (YAMAGATA Mariko)( Role: Contributor ,  Construction of Linyi Citadels: The Rise of Early Polity in Vietnam. pp.27-54)

      The Toyo Bunko  2017 

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    • The Ancient Citadel of Tra Kieu in Central Vietnam: The Site and the Pottery. .

      YAMAGATA Mariko( Role: Edit)

      Center for Cultural Resource Studies, Kanazawa University. Kanazawa  3 2014 

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    • The Excavation of Hoa Diem in Central Vietnam.

      YAMAGATA Mariko, Bùi Chí Hoàng, Nguyễn Kim Dung( Role: Joint editor)

      Showa Women’s University, Institute of International Culture  3 2013 

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    • The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society and Art.

      Trần Kỳ Phương, Bruce M. Lockhart (eds.)(YAMAGATA Mariko)( Role: Contributor ,  Trà Kiệu during the second and third centuries CE: the formation of Linyi from archaeological perspective.)

      National University of Singapore Press  6 2011 

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    • The Cham of Vietnam : history, society and art

      Trần Kỳ Phương, Bruce M. Lockhart, (Yamagata Mariko)( Role: Contributor ,  Trà Kiệu during the second and third centuries CE: the formation of Linyi from archaeological perspective. pp. 81-101.)

      National University of Singapore Press  6 2011 

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    • 南海を巡る考古学

      今村, 啓爾, (山形眞理子)( Role: Contributor ,  「サーフィン-カラナイ土器伝統」再考 pp.95-129)

      同成社  9 2010  ( ISBN:9784886215369

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    • 50 Years of Archaeology in Southeast Asia: Essays in Honour of Ian Glover.

      Bérénice Bellina, Elisabeth A. Bacus, Thomas Oliver Pryce, Jan Wisseman Christie, (Mariko Yamagata, Nguyen Kim Dung)( Role: Contributor ,  Ancient Roof Tiles Found in Central Vietnam. pp. 194-205.)

      River Books  2010 

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    • Uncovering Southeast Asia’s Past

      Bacus, E.A, Glover, I.C, Pigott, V, (Mariko Yamagata)( Role: Contributor ,  Inland Sa Huynh Culture along the Thu Bon River Valley in Central Vietnam. pp.168-183.)

      National University of Singapore Press  2006 

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    • 『岩波講座東南アジア史 第1巻 原史東南アジア世界』

      桜井由躬雄編, 山形眞理子, 桃木志朗( Role: Contributor ,  林邑と環王)

      岩波書店  6 2001 

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    Presentations

    • Lung Lớn Canal (Óc Eo - Vietnam): New Findings About Dating and Ancient Maritime Trading.

      Nguyen Khanh Trung Kien, Mariko Yamagata, Sumiko Kubo, Ayako Funabiki

      22nd Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association  9 11 2022 

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      Event date: 6 11 2022 - 12 11 2022

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    • 考古編年からみた林邑:ベトナム中部における古代国家の形成

      山形眞理子

      2021年度東南アジア考古学会研究大会「扶南・林邑・真臘:編年の比較」  12 12 2021 

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    • 東南アジア・中国の先史採集狩猟民に共通するユニークな埋葬

      松村博文, 山形眞理子

      東南アジア考古学会2018年度大会  16 12 2018 

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      Event date: 15 12 2018 - 16 12 2018

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    • Localization of the Kalanay Pottery Complex at Hoa Diem, Tho Chu and Oc Eo in Vietnam: Examining the historical background from the 1st to 3rd century CE Invited

      Mariko YAMAGATA

      Maritime Exchange and Localization across the South China Sea, 500BC-500AD.公元前後五百年環南海区域的交流與在地化  10 11 2018 

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    • Chronology of the Tra Kieu site, an old citadel of Champa: Focusing on Excavated Roof Tiles.

      YAMAGATA Mariko, Nguyen Kim Dung

      The 21st Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association  28 9 2018 

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      Event date: 23 9 2018 - 28 9 2018

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    • Ancient eaves tiles with human face decoration: a comparative study between Vietnam and Nanjing.

      Mariko YAMAGATA

      The Eighth Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology  11 6 2018 

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      Event date: 7 6 2018 - 11 6 2018

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    • ベトナム中部・チャーキュウ遺跡の発掘調査成果-林邑都城における城壁の構築方法と年代に関する考察-

      山形眞理子, Nguyễn Khánh, Trung Kiên, 鐘ヶ江賢二, 深山絵実梨, 鈴木朋美, 俵寛司

      日本考古学協会第83回総会  28 5 2017 

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      Event date: 27 5 2017 - 28 5 2017

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    • Transition from Iron Age Sa Huynh culture to Linyi: viewed from Han style artifacts found in central Vietnam

      YAMAGATA Mariko

      汉代海上丝绸之路考古与汉文化国际学术研讨会  29 10 2016 

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      Event date: 28 10 2016 - 30 10 2016

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    • ベトナム・サーフィン文化期の玉の生産と流通」 Invited

      山形眞理子

      大韓文化財研究院国際学術大会『玉の流通に現れる東アジアの交渉』  30 1 2015 

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      Event date: 29 1 2015 - 31 1 2015

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    • Iron Age interactions across the ocean of Southeast Asia: Kalanay-type pottery and Sa Huynh type earrings.

      Mariko Yamagata, Emily Miyama, Hirofumi Matsumura

      20th Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Congress  13 1 2014 

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      Event date: 12 1 2014 - 18 1 2014

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    • ベトナムの文化遺産と考古学

      山形眞理子

      東南アジア学会第89回研究大会 パネル5『文化遺産と考古学』  2 6 2013 

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      Event date: 1 6 2013 - 2 6 2013

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    • 南シナ海を越えた先史時代の人々;ベトナム中部・ホアジェム遺跡の事例から

      山形眞理子, Bui Chi Hoang, 松村博文, Nguyen Lan Cuong, 田中和彦, 俵寛司

      第61回日本人類学会大会  7 10 2007 

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      Event date: 6 10 2007 - 8 10 2007

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    Professional Memberships

    Research Projects

    • History of Funan, an early polity of Southeast Asia: reconsideration based on archaeological materials recently unearthed at the Oc Eo site in Vietnam.

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) 

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      4 2021 - 3 2025

      Grant number:21H00603

      Grant amount:\17290000 ( Direct Cost: \13300000 、 Indirect Cost:\3990000 )

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    • Early state formation in the Indochina peninsula: an approach from the Tra Kieu site in Vietnam.

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) 

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      4 2017 - 3 2021

      Grant number:17H02413

      Grant amount:\15340000 ( Direct Cost: \11800000 、 Indirect Cost:\3540000 )

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    • Study on the cultural resources of "Kai Kyo" and cosmopolitanism

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      TAWARA Kanji, UCHIKAWA Takashi, JEONG Inseong, FUKUHARA Yuji, SEYOCK Barbara, FURUSAWA YOshihisa, KATO Tsushishi, SHIN Ho

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      Grant number:15K12931

      Grant amount:\3120000 ( Direct Cost: \2400000 、 Indirect Cost:\720000 )

      The Kai Kyo (maritime boundary) is a concept in analyzing the pre-modern “border” before the modern “boundary”. It is a space / sea area like the Asylum / Freedom: Muen in Japanese, characterized by “movement", "translation", and transnational "network". It is remarkable that governance power does not reach there because of its fluidity.
      For a cosmopolitan theoretical consideration, this research will be divided into three case studies, 1: islands around the Japan Sea, 2: islands around the Pacific Ocean, 3: islands in the Southeast Asian seas.

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    • Excavation of prehistoric huntergatherer sites in China, to shed light on population history of eastern Eurasia.

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      Matsumura Hirofumi

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      Grant number:25304020

      Grant amount:\17420000 ( Direct Cost: \13400000 、 Indirect Cost:\4020000 )

      Current Eastern Eurasia have been widely occupied by Asians morphologically adapted cold climate during last glacial stage, who had hypothetically dispersed from East to Southeast Asia along with agricultural society including plant and animal domestication since Neolithic period onward. Pre-Neolithic hunter-gatherers in Yongjiang River Region, Guangxi in Southern China uniquely produced seated squatting burials, at the Huiyaotien Site and the Liyupo Site, which dated approximately 7,000 - 9,000 years BP. These skeletal morphology, speciously in cranial forms, exhibits characteristic quite distinctive from current East Asians. Cranial metric analysis demonstarted their close affinities to current Australo-Papuans and early Holocene Hoabinhian foragers in mainland Southeast Asia. These early settlers in China, as well as Neolithic Jomonese in Japan, are key population to reconstruct so-called ‘Two Layer’ model in addressing population history of Eastern Eurasia.

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    • Human dispersal history in Southeast Asia and Oceania

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      MATSUMURA HIROFUMI, SAITOU Naruya, TOKUNAGA Katsushi, SHINODA Ken-ichi, INTOH Michiko, YAMAGATA Mariko

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      4 2011 - 3 2016

      Grant number:23247040

      Grant amount:\48100000 ( Direct Cost: \37000000 、 Indirect Cost:\11100000 )

      Our interdisciplinary study challenged issue of the origin, dispersal, and divergence of anatomically modern human in Southeast Asia and Oceania. The skeletal data demonstrated the significant genetic discontinuity between the pre- and post- agricultural populations, theologically linked with pre-modern dispersal of language families concurrent with mass population movements during the Neolithic period. Further, the skeletal data demonstrated that the majority of those agricultural people share a suite of features with Northeast Asians one hand, pre-existing indigenous hunter-gatherers were akin to Australian Aborigines and Papuans other hand. The genetic data infers Negrito people originated from the earlier indigenous, with extremely deep historical roots. Archeological records suggests Oceania islanders had multiple cultural contacts, attributed to multi-directional movements from Southeast Asia and Melanesia.

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    • Archaeological research on Linyi, the ancient polity of Nanhai

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) 

      YAMAGATA MARIKO, KANEGAE Kenji, TAWARA Kanji, YOSHIKAI Masato, KIKUCHI Seiichi, KUBO Sumiko, MIYAHARA Kengo, YOSHIDA Yasuyuki

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      4 2011 - 3 2016

      Grant number:23401031

      Grant amount:\11830000 ( Direct Cost: \9100000 、 Indirect Cost:\2730000 )

      This research focuses on the emergence and formation of Linyi, one of the earliest polities in Nanhai, namely, Southeast Asia. The Japanese-Vietnamese collaborative project has been carried out at the Tra Kieu site in central Vietnam, which has been identified as an old capital of Linyi. Two seasons’ excavations on the eastern rampart of Tra Kieu were conducted by the project team, with the intention of verifying the date and structure. As a result of this work, two rows of brick walls were unearthed with infill clay layers between them, regarded as the main structure of initial rampart dating from the latter half of the third century to the fourth century CE. This structure was subsequently enlarged at least twice, and these works probably ranged from the fourth to the beginning of the sixth century CE. These results of excavations have brought new perspectives on historical study of Linyi, and other ancient polities in Southeast Asia.

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    • Creation of Ancient and Medieval Archaeology of Southeast Asia

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      NITTA Eiji, EGAMI Tomoko, KIKUCHI Seiichi, YAMAGATA Mariko, MARUI Masako, TANAKA Kazuhiko

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      2009 - 2012

      Grant number:21242028

      Grant amount:\21710000 ( Direct Cost: \16700000 、 Indirect Cost:\5010000 )

      We conducted field surveys of archaeological sites of ancient and medieval times in Southeast Asia. In Thailand and Laos, the surveys showed the distribution of Dvaravati sites and the diffusion of the culture of Dvaravati and Angkor Civilizations in the east bank of the Mekong. In Vietnam we confirmed how Chinese Dynasties influenced Early Champa, and the presence of the hoards of cupper coins in the medieval age. In Cambodia and the Philippines, sunken junks and their cargos of the 15thcentury were investigated by our members. Megalithic monuments wre researched in Indonesia. Archaeology of ancient and medieval times of Southeast Asia was created by this project.

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    • Geomorphological approach to the location of ancient Khmer capitals and reconstruction of their production system

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      KUBO Sumiko, SUGAI Toshihiko, YAMAGATA Mariko, SUGAI Toshihiko, YAMAGATA Mariko, NAGUMO Naoko

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      2009 - 2011

      Grant number:21401004

      Grant amount:\12610000 ( Direct Cost: \9700000 、 Indirect Cost:\2910000 )

      This study aims to clarify the location of the Pre-Angkorean(5-9th century) capital cities from the field of natural science and geomorphology in and around Cambodia. Using aerial photography and remote sensing data of the target area, we carried out field survey by the method of geomorphology and land use, sampling, analysis and dating of sediment, and archaeological trench investigation.
      As a result, we discussed the location of the Sambor Prei Kuk archaeological site in Central Cambodia, by analysis of microtopography and sediments of the floodplain of Sen river in Tonle Sap River basin. In addition, we conducted research in archaeological trenches in Sambor Prei Kuk and Wat Phou in Laos, to clarify the stratigraphy and age with C-14 dating.
      The result of this research was presented at the 2011 INQUA Congress etc, and published in international journals such as Nagumo et al.(2010) and Nagumo et al.(2011).

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    • Scientific Research on Provincial Ancient Khmer Cities and Temples

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      MIZOGUCHI Akinori, NAKAGAWA Takeshi, SHIMODA Ichita, UCHIDA Etsuo, KUBO Sumiko, OGAWA Hidefumi, KUROKOUCHI Hiromasa, ONO Kunihiko, YAMAGATA Mariko, SATO Katsura

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      2007 - 2011

      Grant number:19254005

      Grant amount:\51350000 ( Direct Cost: \39500000 、 Indirect Cost:\11850000 )

      This study aims to clarify various aspects of provincial cities and temples of the ancient Khmer Empire, which dramatically developed from 9^<th> to 15^<th> century, including geographical relationship with the neighboring countries. Based on detailed recording by field surveys at several archaeological sites build along the "Royal Road" from Angkor, especially Koh Ker and Beng Mealea, from architectural, geomorphological, petrological, art historical and archaeological points of view, we analyze method and process of temple and city design and construction, as well as complete monument inventories with maps and drawings, which will contribute to future conservation planning of these provincial sites.

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    • Validation of "Two Layer" model in the peopling Southeast Asia ; anthropological approach from thse site of Man Bac in Vietnam

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      MATSUMURA Hirofumi, SHINODA Ken' ichi, DODO Yukio, YONEDA Minoru, YAMAGATA Mariko, SAWADA Junmei

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      2008 - 2010

      Grant number:20370096

      Grant amount:\17680000 ( Direct Cost: \13600000 、 Indirect Cost:\4080000 )

      The archaeological context of Man Bac in Vietnam places it firmly within a cultural complex identified as the late Neolithic, dated to around 1, 700 BCE. Several bio-anthropological lines of evidence including the skeletal morpho-data and mtDNA analyses from Man Bac suggests the initial appearance of immigrants, who were biologically related to pre-or early historic population stocks in Northeast Eurasian areas, through Southern China, and on the way of admixture with preexisting people originated across southern edge of Eurasia who linked with present-day Australo-Melanesians. The Man Bac skeletons may be key skeletons to support the' Two-Layer' hypothesis in discussions pertaining to the population history of Southeast Asia.

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    • Spatial Composition of Power Centers in Medieval and Early-Modern Vietnam

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research 

      MOMOKI Shiro, YAO Takao, YAMAGATA Mariko, SHIMAO Minoru, YOSHIKAI Masato, KUBO Shumiko, NIKI Hiroshi, KYORAKU Hahoko, MATSUO Nobuyuki, HASUDA Takashi

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      2008 - 2010

      Grant number:20320111

      Grant amount:\18720000 ( Direct Cost: \14400000 、 Indirect Cost:\4320000 )

      We studied the location and functions of medieval and early modern power centers in present-day northern and central Vietnam, the most important center being Thang Long (Hanoi). For each center, we made literary research and field surveys. Referring recent research of Chinese and other East/Southeast Asian capitals, we proposed a number of new understandings of the spatial segmentations and the disposition of functions outside the citadel wall of Thang Long. Besides, we collected abundant materials and information of other power centers, including those of Champa.

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    • Ancient human dispersal across the South China Sea : viewed from a comparative study on the Iron Age pottery of Vietnam and the Philippines

      Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) 

      YAMAGATA Mariko, MATSUMURA Hirofumi, KANEGAE Kenji, TANAKA Kazuhiko, TAWARA Kanji

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      2008 - 2010

      Grant number:20520666

      Grant amount:\4550000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\1050000 )

      The second excavation was carried out at the Iron Age burial site of Hoa Diem, central Vietnam in 2010. The funerary accessory pottery associated with burial jars at Hoa Diem shows the striking similarity to the pottery found at the Kalanay Cave in the central Philippines and on the Samui Island in southern Thailand. Archaeological study made us believe that those ceramic vessels should be dated back to the 2nd and 3rd century AD, as it was also verified by the C14 date of a human tooth found in a jar burial. Thus, the interaction beyond the South China Sea took place during the period of the first state formation in Southeast Asia.

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    • Archaeological Research on the Prehistoric Interrelations beyond the South China Sea.

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      YAMAGATA Mariko, TANAKA Kazuhiko, MASTUMURA Hirofumi, TAKAHASHI Ryuzaburo

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      2006 - 2007

      Grant number:18520593

      Grant amount:\3860000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\360000 )

      Hoa Diem, an Iron Age burial site located in Cam Ranh city, Khanh Hoa province in central Vietnam, was excavated in January 2007 by a Vietnamese-Japanese collaborative team, aiming to obtain the archaeological evidences on the prehistoric interrelations beyond the South China Sea. Excavation Pit H1(6x8m) yielded fourteen jar burials and two extended burials. Two Chinese Han Wuzhu coins associated with human bones inside a burial jar labeled M6 suggest that the cemetery of Hoa Diem most likely dates from the 1st and the 2nd century AD. The post-excavation work made by the team in 2008 has proved that burial jars and lids of Hoa Diem are quite different from those of the Sa Huynh Culture spread in central Vietnam, whereas the mortuary accessory pottery shows the striking similarity to the pottery found at the Kalanay Cave in the central Philippines. Thus the re-examination of the Sa-Huynh-Kalanay Pottery Tradition proposed by Solheim in the 1960s has become necessary. Hoa Diem also may relate to the so-called Austronesian hypothesis claiming that the Austronesian speakers arrived on the east coasts of Vietnam from either the Philippines or Borneo at some time in 1500-500BC. Dental morphology of the Hoa Diem skeletons shows close affinity with Philippine Negrito groups, also confirming human migration beyond the South China Sea. The outstanding mortuary practice at Hoa Diem is that some burial jars contained multiple bodies. In a globular jar labeled M8 with a maximum body diameter of 75cm contained one adult female and two infants, among them at least the adult was the primary burial. C14 analysis of the samples collected at Hoa Diem indicates the first half of the 1st millennium BC, which should be the date of the human occupation preceding the cemetery.

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    • Anthropological and archaeological study on the origin of Neolithic people in mainland Southeast Asia.

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      MATSUMURA Hirofumi, DODO Yukio, SHINODA Kenichi, YONEDA Minoru, YAMAGATA Mariko, SAWADA Jumei

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      2003 - 2005

      Grant number:15405018

      Grant amount:\10900000 ( Direct Cost: \10900000 )

      An excavations at Hang Cho site in northern Vietnam resulted in the discovery of an early Holocene human skeletons in a relatively good state of preservation. The cultural remains refer to these human remains pre-ceramic Hoabinian period. An AMS radiocarbon date on the tooth sample gave a result of 10,450BP. In debates on the population history of Southeast Asia, it has been repeatedly advocated that Southeast Asia was occupied by an indigenous people akin to present-day Australo-Melanesians prior to an expansion of migrants from North-East Asia into this area. Morphometric analyses were undertaken to test the validity of this hypothesis, and demonstrate that the Hang Cho specimen resembles the Late Pleistocene Australians, suggesting that the Hang Cho skeleton represents a descended member from the Sundaland population during the Late Pleistocene, who may share common ancestry with the present-day Australian aborigines and Melanesians. The excavation of Man Bac site (c.3800BP) in Ninh Binh Province, Northern Vietnam, discovered the large mortuary assemblage. A total of 31 inhumations were recovered during our 2005's excavation. The ratio of children to adults was two to three, indicating unordinary high infant mortality of the Man Bac people. Although a few individuals have the low and wide faces with robust crania common to those of the pre-Neolithic Hoabinhian people, many others bear the long and flat faces. The specimens of the later type have close affinities in the cranial metrics to the Jiangnan people of the Zhou and the Former Han periods in Yangzi Basin, and to the Yayoi migrants in Japan, as well. These findings suggest the existence of initial immigrants from South China, who settled in northern Vietnam. The Man Bac skeletons support the "immigration hypothesis with farming dispersals" in Southeast Asia advocated by Bellwood and others.

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