Re: On the dating of 松菊里遺跡

投稿者[ Korea ] 発言日時 [6月9日(日)06時51分45秒]

元の発言 [ Re: On the dating of 松菊里遺跡 ] お名前 [ 牛頭天王 ] 日付 [ 6月9日(日)06時15分56秒 ]

Thank you for your reply. As for me, I CAN ONLY read Japanese, not write down what I want to say in Japanese ('cause due to my poor Japanese..,^^;)
So, I think it's good for us to chat each other in this way.

Anyway, I have one question for the impact of rice cultivation on the society.
Recently, some researchers reported that they found some grains, which seemed to be grown by artifical cultivation, in Okcheon, Korea.

The news could be available in 考古学のおやつ.


In this report, they said that the grains including the wheat and rice, were raised even in the Neolithic period of Korea.

However, I have some questions for the impact of the cultivation on the Neolithic period in the case of Korea. Archeologically speaking, it's remarkable that the development of society, I mean, the potential of proceeding to the much higher level society was only acquireable after the 無文土器文化 was established. That is, even though the cultivation in the Neolithic period might be performed by the people in that age, I think that the impact of the cultivation of the society seemd to be different from those of the Bronze age society.
I think that the dependency of the society on the cultivation began to be meaningful only when it comes to the beginning of the 無文土器文化.So, I think that the formation of the village which depend mainly on the cultivation for their lives, could be found only in the stage of 無文土器時代.
I have heard that in the case of Japan, the remains of the the rice cultivation could be found even in the Jomon Period, However, what about the differences in the dependencies of the society on the cultivation between the Jomon and Yayoi Society? Not any remarkable differences between two societies?

I'm glad to get your helpful reply in this way. And I wish we could exchange some benefit opinions for our common interesting subjects.



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