NIIRO Izumi

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Feb 2, 2018 at 03:00
 
Avatar
Name
NIIRO Izumi
URL
http://www.okayama-u.ac.jp/user/arch/index.html
Affiliation
Okayama University
Section
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Art(Kyoto University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2004
   
 
- Professor,Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences,Okayama University
 
1991
 - 
1992
 Visiting Fellow,University of Southampton
 
1996
 - 
1997
 Visiting Fellow,University of Sheffield
 
2012
 - 
2013
 Visiting Fellow,University College Dublin
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1983
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1977
Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 

Misc

 
Construction Design of the Konda Gobyoyama Kofun
Izumi Niiro
Japanese Journal of Archaeology   (39) 53-68   2015
Environmental variability in the first half of the sixth century
NIIRO Izumi
Quarterly of Archaeological Studies   60(4) 73-84   2014
A trial approach to the construction design of keyhole-shaped burial mounds
NIIRO Izumi
Quarterly of Archaeological Studies   58(1) 16-36   2011
The terminal period of Kofun
NIIRO Izumi
Series of Japanese Archaeology   8 583-611   2012
The Chronology of the Decorated Swords in the Late Tumulus Period.
The Shirin   65(4) 

Books etc

 
Iron Age and Early Medieval Ireland
Publication of the School of Literature, Okayama University   2015   

Works

 
Excavation at Sada-kita Kofun, Hokubo-cho, Okayama-ken
Artistic Activity   
Excavation at Sada Kofun, Hokubo-cho, Okayama-ken
Artistic Activity   
Excavation at Nima-Ohtsuka Kofun, Mabi-cho, Okayama-ken
Artistic Activity   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Construction Design of keyhole-shaped burial mounds
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 2015   
The purpose of the research is to restore the construction design of keyhole-shaped burial mounds based on the newly acquired three dimensional survey data. Each mound was elaborately designed using a unit measure of "syaku" and "bu"(six times as...
The formation processes of complex societies
Spacial Analysis in Kofun Period Japan