Radiocarbon dating of human bones from the Yoko shellmound site, Oita, Japan(Proceedings of the 20^<th> Symposium on Chronological Studies at the Nagoya University Center for Chronological Research in 2007)

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  • 大分県大分市横尾貝塚遺跡出土人骨の^<14>C年代測定(第20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19(2007)年度報告)

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This report presents the results of radiocarbon dating of five human skeletons excavated at the Yoko shellmound site, Oita, Japan. The human skeletons were reported to be accompanied by shellmound to the Latest Jomon period from the viewpoint of Archaeology. However, these individuals were dated Middle Jomon period. Addition to this, it was found that they are divided into two period. We will discuss the radiocarbon results with diet analysis of δ^<13>C and δ^<15>N.

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