- Radiocarbon dating of Kan'non-ji Temple, Ushiku-shi, Ibaraki-ken, Japan.(Proceedings of the 19^<th> Symposium on Chronological Studies at the Nagoya University Center for Chronological Research in 2006,Part 2)
Radiocarbon dating of wooden structure of Kan'non-ji Temple was carried out. This temple is said to have been built in AD 1226, although there are several descriptions of re-establishment in AD 1525 or major refurbishment in AD 1707 on Munafuda, wooden plate for constructing record. The calibrated ages can be categorized into three groups, that is, 12th century of Shumidan, a palace of Deity of Mercy, 13th to 14th century of pillars of the hall and urushi lacquer, and 15th century or later of other materials. In conjunction with its architectural style, these results suggest that the temple was established in Kamakura era.
第19回名古屋大学年代測定総合研究センターシンポジウム平成18(2006)年度報告<第2部> Proceedings of the 19th symposiumon on Chronological Studies at the Nagoya University Center for Chronological Research\in 2006 日時:平成19 (2007)年1月15日(月)～17日(水) 会場:名古屋大学シンポジオン Date:January15th-17th, 2007 Venue:Nagoya Uhiversity Symposion Hall
名古屋大学加速器質量分析計業績報告書 18 192-194, 2007-03