HAYASHI Toshio

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Name
HAYASHI Toshio
Affiliation
Soka University
Section
Department of Humanities
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of arts(The University of Tokyo)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1979
 - 
1985
Research fellow of Ancient Orient Museum 1985-1991 Senior Research fellow of Ancient Orient Museum 1991-1994 Associate Professor of Faculty of Letters, Soka University 1994- Professor of Faculty of Letters, Soka University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1979
Oriental History, Graduate School, Division of Humanities, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1972
Archaeology, Faculty of Literature, Tokyo Univdersity of Education
 

Committee Memberships

 
2004
 - 
2005
Member of University Committee 2011-2012 Member of Library Committee 2013- Member of Personnel Committee
 

Published Papers

 
Mongolia, Central Asia and Northern China in the 6th – 8th Centuries
Hayashi Toshio
Shikyou   (64) 1-18   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
Hasyashi Toshio
Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia   (19) 341-369   Jun 2013   [Refereed]
Griffin Motif: From the West to East Asia via the Altai.
Hayashi Toshio
Parthica   (14) 49-64   Sep 2013   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Mongolia, Central Asia and Northern China in the 6th – 8th Centuries.
Toshio Hayashi
From Ötüken to Istanbul, 1290 Years of Turkish (720-2010).   363-370   Jun 2011
On the Origin of Turkic Stone Statues.
Hayashi Toshio
International Journal of Eurasian Studies.   N. S. 1 (11) 15-24, 181-198   Oct 2011
Cherub (Cherubim) is Sphinx or not?
Toshio Hayashi
The 18th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for Hellenistic-Islam Archaeological Studies   18 78-90   Dec 2011
The Altai and Silla from the Viewpoint of Archaeological Findings
Hayashi Toshio
Proceedings of the 11th Seoul International Altaistic Conference   (11) 415-432   Dec 2013
Epitaph of an Uighur Prince Found in Xi'an
Hayashi Toshio
Soka University Jinbun-ronsyu   (26) 1-11   Mar 2014

Books etc

 
Stone Statues in Eurasia
Yuzankaku   2005   ISBN:4639018800
Scythians and the Xiongnu
Kodansha   2007   ISBN:978-4-06-280702-9
Studies on Fortresses of Northern Wei in the Vicinity of Daqingshan
Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo   2013   
professor
Kodansha   2017   ISBN:978-4-06-292390-3
The Scythians and the Xiongnu
Kodansha   2017   ISBN:4062923903

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Archaeological Researches from the end of 1980s in Central Eurasia
Prospect and Retrospect of Inner Asian Studies   2010   
Results of 2009 excavations in Russian Altai: Possibility of Xiongnu - Hun Theory
The 17th Conference of Hellenism and Islam Archaeology   2010   
Transition of Tumuli in East Eurasian Steppes
The 2nd Colloquium on Tumuli of Archaeological Institute of Kashihara   2010   
Present Situations of Archaeological Excavations in the Altai Republic
The 47th Conference of Japan Altaic Studies   2010   
On the Emigration of Human Groups and the Spread of Cultures in Eurasia
Section of Archaeology, Ili Project   2010