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Archaeology in East Asia

This site is devoted to discussing the archaeology behind relations between Korea and Japan from 250AD-500AD. Please click on the links above to see more.


East Asian Archaeology:

The peoples of East Asia have been involved in trade and exchange of natural resources, and manufactured goods for the past 25,000 years. Finds of Japanese sherds at Korean sites like Tongsamdong from 4000-1000BC show that this trade and exchange continued over time. From 500BC-500AD, the eastern coastal areas of East Asia were involved in the Yellow Sea Interaction Sphere which not only involved the exchange of goods, but also of ideology and technology.

What you will find on this site: A description of the research project, Lauren Glover's background, news on the progress of her research, and links to important sites and projects.

Feel free to explore!

Version: 1.0 (May 12, 2013)