Dating japanese pottery


Odai Yamamoto I site in Aomori Prefecture currently has the oldest pottery in Japan. Excavations in 1998 uncovered forty-six earthenware fragments which have been dated as early as 14,500 BC (ca 16,500 BP ); this places them among the earliest pottery currently known. [2] This appears to be plain, undecorated pottery. Such a date puts the development of pottery before the warming at the end of the Pleistocene.

The 10th of October 1928 the Kuomintang declared a reconstituted Republic of China and also decreed that as of 1th January 1929 everyone must use the Gregorian calendar. The earliest example I have so far on the practice of dating porcelain after the Gregorian calendar is from April that very same year, 1929 , in very small characters.


Dating japanese pottery

Dating japanese pottery



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