FUJII Hideo


FUJII Hideo

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FUJII Hideo

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Emeritus Professor of KOKUSHIKAN UNIVERSITY, Kokushikan University The Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, The Institute for Cultural Studies of Ancient Iraq, KOKUSHIKAN UNIVERSITY
 
1961
 - 
1966
Associate Professor of Kokushikan University
 
1966
 - 
1972
Professor of the Department of General
 
 
   
 
Education, Kokushikan Univ.
 
1972
 - 
1997
Professor of Department of Oriental History,
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1950
Oriental History Course, Faculty of Literature, Tokyo University of Literature & Science
 

Committee Memberships

 
1998
   
 
Parthica-Incontridi Culture nel Mondo antico-Pisa・Roma  Comitato scientifico/Scientific Committee
 
1993
   
 
Juridical Foundation of Japanese Calligraphy Educational Academy  Director
 
1990
 - 
1992
The Japanese Association for Arid Land Studies  Councilor
 

Awards & Honors

 
2005
The Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon by the Japanese Cabinet
 

Misc

 
Al-Tar Caves, Hill-A Excavation in 1971
Sumer (A Journal of Archaeology History in Arab World), Directorate of Antiquities and Heritage -Baghdad, Iraq)   xxix, NOSⅰ&ⅱ, 61-86    1973
Al-Tar Caves Hill-(A) Excavations in 1972~1973, The Second Preliminary Report
Sumer   xxx, NOSⅰ&ⅱ, 75-100    1974
A Special Edition on the Studies on Textiles and Leather Objects from Al-TAR Caves, IRAQ, -writing on Conclusion and Prospect of Studies-
AL-RĀFIDĀN   1, 169-178    1980
Preliminary Report of Excavations at GUBBA and Songor(writing on Introduction and conclusion)
AL-RĀFIDĀN & HAMRIN REPORT(6):State Organization of Antiquities and Heritage, Baghdad   2, 131-140,231-237    1981
Japanese Excavations in Hamrin-T.Qubba, T.Sunkur A, T.Sunkur B, T.Sunkur C, TulŪl al-Hamidiyāt-
Archiv für Orientforschung Band Verlag Ferdinand Berger & Söhne Ges. m.b.H., A-3580 Horn   29・30 199-206   1983
1983-1984

Books etc

 
Al-TAR I-EXCAVATIONS IN IRAQ, 1971-1974-(Introduction and Epilogue)
THE INSTITUTE OF ANCIENT IRAQ CULTURE, KOKUSHIKAN UNIVIERSITY   1976   
Al・TAR, Site in Mesopotamia ; Studies Dedicated to Professor Namio EGAMI on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday
YAMAKAWA SHUPPANSHA   1976   
TEXTILE Unearthed from Al-Tar Caves, Iraq. (Proceedings of the 31st International Congress of Human Sciences in Asia and North Africa-Seminar A2)
The Institute of Eastern Asia Culture C/O TŌHŌ Gakkai   1984   
Working Report of Japanese Archaeological Excavations in Saddan Dam Salvage Project, Tell Jigan(First Season)
Directorate of Antiquities and Heritage, Baghdad   1987   
Working Report on Second Season of Japanese Archaeological Excavations in Saddam Dam Salvage Project, Tell Jigan
Directorate of Antiquities and Heritage, Baghdad   1987   

Works

 
Archaecological Investigation Work at Mesopotamia and Central Asia, mainly for Parthian and Sasanian Periods. -Discovery of At Tar Caves in Iraq-.
1969
The Japanese Archaeological Expedition to at-TAR Caves, Excavation of Hill A, and its surrounding Area in Iraq, dispatched from OTCA as a Archaeological Expert
1971 - 1973
Head of Japanese Archaeological Expedition to Iraq
1971 - 1997
The Japanese Archaeological Expedition to at-TAR Caves, Excavation of Hill C, and the surrounding Area in Iraq
1974 - 1977
Classification of Textiles and Allied Materials with Department of Domestic Science, Bunka Women's Univversity
1973 - 1987

Research Grants & Projects

 
Archaeological Studies of Hellenistic Culture in the South-Western desert of Iraq-Through the Characteristics of the Unearthed Textiles at at-Tar Caves.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1969   
Archaeological Studies of Hellenistic Culture in the South-Western desert of Iraq-Through the Characteristics of the Unearthed Textiles at at-Tar Caves.
Grant-in-Aid for Promotion of Private Scientific Research
Project Year: 1969   
Archaeological Studies of Hellenistic Culture in the South-Western desert of Iraq-Through the Characteristics of the Unearthed Textiles at at-Tar Caves.
0039 (Japanese Only)
Project Year: 1969   
Archaeological Studies of Hellenistic Culture in the South-Western desert of Iraq-Through the Characteristics of the Unearthed Textiles at at-Tar Caves.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1969   
Archaeological Studies of Hellenistic Culture in the South-Western desert of Iraq-Through the Characteristics of the Unearthed Textiles at at-Tar Caves.
Grant-in-Aid for Promotion of Private Scientific Research
Project Year: 1969