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1. Cover image for 'Protohistoric Yamato'
Archaeology of the First Japanese State
Volume: 78
Gina Lee Barnes
An interesting and pioneering study of early state emergence in the Nara Basin
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Paper 1988 $20.00 Available Add Paper for "Protohistoric Yamato" to Cart
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1. Cover image for 'Protohistoric Yamato'
Archaeology of the First Japanese State
Volume: 78
Gina L. Barnes
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 1988 $20.00 Available Add Paper for "Protohistoric Yamato" to Cart
Ebook Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Protohistoric Yamato"
Currently limited to: subject history History x
Since 1932, the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology has published academic books that feature excellent scholarship, meticulous research, and innovative interpretation. We continue this tradition today, producing data-rich books on the archaeology and ethnology of Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, and Europe. Our authors use illustrations, photographs, tables, and charts to explain their research in comprehensive detail, resulting in books that are priceless records of data, relevant to current and future researchers.

To learn more, please visit: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/archaeology-books/

UMMA series distributed by UMP:

Anthropological Papers
Memoirs
Special Publications
Occasional Contributions
Technical Reports
- Electronic Series
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University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology

Since 1932, the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropological Archaeology has published academic books that feature excellent scholarship, meticulous research, and innovative interpretation. We continue this tradition today, producing data-rich books on the archaeology and ethnology of Africa, Asia, Latin America, North America, and Europe. Our authors use illustrations, photographs, tables, and charts to explain their research in comprehensive detail, resulting in books that are priceless records of data, relevant to current and future researchers.

To learn more, please visit: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/archaeology-books/

UMMA series distributed by UMP:

Anthropological Papers
Memoirs
Special Publications
Occasional Contributions
Technical Reports
- Electronic Series

staticWe accept proposals and queries from any scholar. The publications committee, which is made up of several Museum curators and the editor, reviews proposals. The committee selects manuscripts based on quality of scholarship and writing, as well as technical and economic feasibility. The Museum looks especially for manuscripts that complement our research interests and theoretical approaches.

Please send your proposal via email or mail to the editor.

Museum of Anthropology Publications
Museum of Anthropological Archaeology
University of Michigan
3010 School of Education Building
610 E. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1259  

umma-pubs@umich.edu

Submissions

We accept proposals and queries from any scholar. The publications committee, which is made up of several Museum curators and the editor, reviews proposals. The committee selects manuscripts based on quality of scholarship and writing, as well as technical and economic feasibility. The Museum looks especially for manuscripts that complement our research interests and theoretical approaches.

Please send your proposal via email or mail to the editor.

Museum of Anthropology Publications
Museum of Anthropological Archaeology
University of Michigan
3010 School of Education Building
610 E. University Avenue
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1259  

umma-pubs@umich.edu

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