鬼界アカホヤテフラ (K-Ah) の年代と九州縄文土器編年との対応関  [in Japanese] The relationship between the years of the Kikai-Akahoya tephra and the chronological sequence of Jomon pottery in kyushu  [in Japanese]

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鬼界アカホヤ噴火が人類に与えた影響に関する研究は,日本列島における第四紀学上の重要なテーマの一つである.この研究の基礎的な作業として,鬼界アカホヤテフラ(K-Ah)の年代に関する理化学的アプローチによる到達点を確認し,縄文土器編年との対応関係に関する研究の現状を把握した.さらに,九州縄文時代早期末~前期前半の土器型式の編年を再確認した上で,土器付着炭化物の放射性炭素(<SUP>14</SUP>C)年代測定値の較正暦年代を参考にして,K-Ahの年代(<I>ca</I>. 5,300 cal BC)を九州の縄文土器編年に対応させた.その結果,K-Ahの年代は,縄文時代早期末~前期初頭の一連の条痕文系土器群(轟A式土器および西之薗式土器)の年代幅(5,600~5,100 cal BC)に位置づけられた.

Research concerning the impact of Kikai-Akahoya eruptions on human beings is one of the important themes in Quaternary research. In laying the groundwork for this study, we have summarized the achievements obtained through the physiochemical approach regarding the age of the Kikai-Akahoya tephra and reviewed the current available research on its positioning in relation to the chronological sequence of Jomon pottery. Further, we have sorted out the stratigraphic position of pottery groups from the last part of the Initial Jomon Period to the Early Jomon Period in Kyushu, applying the age of the Kikai-Akahoya tephra against the chronological sequence of Jomon pottery in Kyushu while also using as reference the results of radiocarbon dating of carbide attached to the Jomon pottery. As a result, it has become clear that the age of the Kikai-Akahoya tephra (<I>ca</I>. 5,300 cal BC) must fall within the years spanning the series of Jomon potteries decorated with an incised linear pattern which lasted from the end of the Initial Jomon Period to the first part of the Early Jomon Period (5,600-5,100 cal BC).

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  • The Quaternary Research (Daiyonki-Kenkyu)

    The Quaternary Research (Daiyonki-Kenkyu) 52(4), 111-125, 2013-08-01

    Japan Association for Quaternary Research

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    10031190235
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN0034136X
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    REV
  • ISSN
    04182642
  • NDL Article ID
    024827865
  • NDL Call No.
    Z5-165
  • Data Source
    CJP  NDL  J-STAGE 
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