About the Author
Gina L. Barnes is Professorial Research Associate at the Japan Research Centre and Department of Art and Archaeology, SOAS, University of London. She is the author of Protohistoric Yamato (1988), State Formation in Korea (2001), and The Rise of Civilization in East Asia (1993/1999) which is used worldwide as the main textbook in the field. She is Founder and First President of the Society for East Asian Archaeology and currently serves as Treasurer and Membership Secretary.
Table of Contents
1. Orientation 2. Theoretical Approaches 3. Edge of Empire: Yayoi Interaction with the Continent (1st Century BC to Mid-3rd Century AD) 4. From Yamatai to Yamato (3rd Century) 5. Hashihaka and Mounded Burials (3rd Century) 6. Early Kofun Polities (Mid-3rd to Mid- 4th Centuries) 7. Prestige Goods and Class Identity (Mid-3rd to Mid-4th Centuries) 8. The Miwa Court and Cult (Late 3rd to Mid-4th Century). Epilogue. Appendix 1: The Chinese Court Chronicles. Appendix 2: The Japanese Court Chronicles. Glossary and Character List