FUKUNAGA Shinya

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Name
FUKUNAGA Shinya
Affiliation
Osaka University
Section
Graduate School of Letters Division of Studies on Cultural Forms
Job title
Professor
Research funding number
50189958

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Significance of a bronze mirror with inscriptions of as seen from east Asian histrical contexts
Shinya Fkunaga
   Apr 1997   [Invited]
From bronze bells to bronze mirrors: Evolution of rituals adopting bronze paraphernalia in the process of state
Shinya Fukunaga
   Feb 1998   [Invited]
Nature of the Kinai authority during the Kofun Period:with reference to interaction with polities in the Korean Peninsula
Shinya Fukunaga
   Mar 1998   [Invited]
Bronze mirrors discovered from the eastern part of northern China in Wei Period
Shinya Fukunaga
   Oct 1998   [Invited]
Charactereristics of ancient chiefs buried with numerous bronze merrors
Shinya Fukunaga
   Nov 1998   [Invited]
Synbolism of materials adopted for burial facilities:with special reference to coffins utilizing slabs and lumber
Shinya Fukunaga
   Dec 1998
Mounded tombs in Kinki district in the incipient Kofun period
Shinya Fukunaga
   Feb 1999   [Invited]
Continuity and rupture in the elite lineage in Kofun period Japan:from the standpoint of variations in components of elite burial mounds
Shinya Fukunaga
   Mar 1999
Control of deity-and-beast mirror production in early Kofun period
Shinya Fukunaga
   Apr 1999
Appearance of burial mounds and centralized controll of rituals
Shinya Fkunaga
   Sep 1999   [Invited]
Chinese bronze mirrors with inscriptions of the third year of Qinglong (A.D. 235) and of the name Mr. Yan, the craftsman
Shinya Fukunaga
   Nov 1999   [Invited]
Comparative study on Chinese bronze mirrors and triangular-rimmed mirrors in the third century
Shinya Fukunaga
   Nov 1999   [Invited]
Wei and Jin mirrors discovered from Hebei province
Shinya Fukunaga,Shoji Morishita(Kyoto University)
   Jan 2000
A historical turning point of Kasuga-Nanokaichi site in Yayoi period
Shinya Fukunaga
   Mar 2000   [Invited]
On a historical turning point of ancient northern Kinki region:Analysis of the distribution of Chinese bronze mirrors
Shinya Fukunaga
   Aug 2000   [Invited]
Social change toward a state:a mortuary approach
Shinya Fukunaga
   Nov 2000   [Invited]
Position of funerary objects inside burial chambers during Kofun period Japan:their temporal changes and historical background
Shinya Fukunaga
   Dec 2000
Nature of the Yamatai polity:with reference to the distribution of deity-and-beast mirrors
Shinya Fukunaga
   Jul 2001   [Invited]
"One hundred bronze mirroes" granted by the Chinese emperor in 239 and triangular-rimmed mirrors
Shinya Fukunaga
   Nov 2001   [Invited]