SEKINE Tatsuhito

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Name
SEKINE Tatsuhito
Affiliation
Hirosaki University
Section
Faculty of Humanities, Cultural Properties
Degree
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Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1992
 - 
2001
The Archaeological Research Center on the
 
 
   
 
Campus of Tohoku University Research
 
 
   
 
Assistant
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1991
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Tohoku University
 
 
 - 
1989
Faculty of Literature, Tohoku University
 

Published Papers

 
Chronological study of middle Earliest Jomon potteries on the basis of tephrochronological data of Towada glass shards in the clay matrix
SEKINE Tatsuhito, Kondo Misaki,  Shiba Masatoshi
(8) 1-9   Mar 2019   [Invited]

Misc

 
Grave Goods of the Ainu
MATERIAL CULTURE   (76) 38-54   2003
A Study on the Graves and Coffin Contents of the Feudal Lords and Their Families in the Edc period
REKISHI(TCHOKU HISTORICAL JOURNAL)   99, 1-29    2002
An Archaeological Study of Smoking at Edo period
Culture   64(1-2) 69-88   2000
An Archaeological Study on Tableuares Belonging to Pre-modern Period in The Northeastern District of Japan
The Bulletin of the Tohoku culture research room   40 33-56   1999
Glazed ceramics produced in Souma domain
Report of the Archaeological Rasearch on the Campus of Tohoku University   10 51-90   1998

Books etc

 
Archaeolgy Quarterly
SEKINE Tatsuhito (Part:Editor, The Japanese northern history and Archaeology of Ainu, Weapons and arms of Ainu)
Yuzankaku,Inc.   Nov 2015   
Stone Monuments for men died by starvation in TSUGARU
2004   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Colors of lacquer wares from the secondary citadel of Sendai Castle
SEKINE Tatsuhito
Oct 2000   

Works

 
Pottery Chronology of Final Jomon Period over a very wide area
1992
Formation Process of Kamegaoka Style Pottery.
1991
Formation Process of Final Jomon Pottery in the East Japan.
1994
Settlement of Early Jomon Period at Aobayama E Site
1994
Data banks of sutra mounds
2002

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Formation Process of Kamegaoka Style Pottery
Study on production of ceramics of pro-modern period in the northeostern district of Japan
Archaeological study on tombs of pre-modern period
Study on the material culture of Ainu in Japan proper
Study on stone monuments for men died by starvation
Project Year: 2004 - 2006