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Editor's Note

The 'Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA)' (ISSN 1864-6018, print version: ISSN 1864-6026) was initiated in March 2007. It provides a means of publishing smaller manuscripts such as field reports, project outlines, conference reports and papers, book reviews, museum roundups etc., as well as essays on issues in East Asian archaeology. The contributions appear online at varying intervals over the year. BSEAA is an open access publication, with the exception of a 3-months preview period for SEAA members and authors.

Your contribution is highly welcome! Share your expertise in the field and have your manuscripts published on SEAA-web!
All contributions should be sent by e-mail to the editor: editor@seea-web.org.

Barbara SEYOCK
BSEAA editor

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BSEAA 1 (2007)

BSEAA 2 (2008)

Latest Updates:
July 5, 2009
 

BSEAA 1 (2007)

Editor's Note

Essays:

SHŌDA Shinya: A Comment on the Yayoi Period Dating Controversy
TSUJITA Jun’ichirō: The Change in the Distribution System of Bronze Mirrors at the Beginning of Kofun Period Japan : as seen from Fragmented Bronze Mirrors

Field Reports:

Jane OKSBJERG: Karakami – A Yayoi Site in Iki Island
Jane OKSBJERG: The Last Excavation at Shōbuzako Kofun

Book Reviews & Review Articles:

Joseph A. STYLES: A Contested Chronology of the Yayoi-Kofun Transition

Reprints:

Michael MOOS (intr. and annot.): Two Essays on Japanese Archaeology by Edward S. MORSE
 

BSEAA 1 (2007) Download as PDF (10 MB) (members only)


BSEAA 2 (2008)

Editor's Note

Essays:

The Beijing 2008 papers

Stephen CHIA: Prehistoric Sites and Research in Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia
James W. LANKTON: The Contribution of Glass Study to East Asian Archaeology
Barbara SEYOCK: General Remarks on 'Island Archaeology in East Asia – Interaction and Isolation'
MIYAMOTO Kazuo 宮本一夫: Prehistoric Interaction between the Korean Peninsula and the Japanese Archipelago through Tsushima and Iki Islands
SUGIYAMA Cohe 杉山浩平: The Spatial Distribution Change of Obsidians from Kōzushima (Japan) in the Yayoi Period
Barbara SEYOCK: Jeju Island as a Case Study in Ancient Island-Mainland Interaction
TAWARA Kanji: Tsushima as 'Boundary'

BSEAA 2 (2008/11) Download as PDF (Members only)

 

 

 

 

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