bone figurine. Jomon-era. BC.2,500 - BC.1,200. Hokkaido Japan.

bone figurine. Jomon-era. BC.2,500 - BC.1,200. Hokkaido Japan.

My, what big eyes you have!  The better to...  NM...  Japanese clay doll from Jomon era 145 B.C.  Seriously, people.  Martians?  How could there possibly be anything more advanced than our human species?

My, what big eyes you have! Japanese clay doll from Jomon era 145 B. How could there possibly be anything more advanced than our human species?

Fukabachi Jar-  This deep jar is from the Middle Jomon period (2600-1500 B.C.E.). It was used for cooking. Since this jar was from the Middle Jomon Period, it is a prime example of the densely decorated, rope-patterned style of the period. It also has a flame-like style, a characteristic present in many other Jomon pots.

Since this jar was from the Middle Jomon Period, it is a prime example of the densely decorated, rope-patterned style of the period.

Jomon - Prehistoric Japanese Pottery  Japán terrakotta

Jomon pot, Middle Stage (Chuuki) c. 3000 BC, excavated at Shakado Site in Yamanashi Prefecture

Animal?  Japanese ceramic figurine. Jomon-era. Aomori Japan.   BC.2,500 - BC.1,200.

Animal? Japanese ceramic figurine. Jomon-era. Aomori Japan. BC.2,500 - BC.1,200.

Photo shows example of Jomon era clay figurine inside the Sanmaru Museum, which is located next to the Sannai-Maruyama, a large settlement  of the early to middle Jomon era, about 5,500 to 4,000 years ago, in Aomori Prefecture, Japan on 12 July 2011..Photographer: Robert Gilhooly

Jomon era clay figurine which is located next to the Sannai-Maruyama, about to years ago, in Aomori Prefecture, Japan

x x x ~ 'Jomon-era. earthen pot. BC4,500. Morioka Iwate Japan.'

Jōmon Pottery - Vessel from Morioka, Iwate Prefecture - Jōmon Period - / Century B. - The pottery vessels crafted in Ancient Japan during the Jōmon Period are generally accepted to be some of the oldest in the world -

Jomon-era hair accessory. BC.1,200 - BC.800. Iwate Japan.

Jomon-era hair accessory. BC.1,200 - BC.800. Iwate Japan.

Jomon goddess figure, left side. (Japan's Jomon era: 14,000 BC to about 300 BC)

jp National Living Treasure of Japan, Jomon no Megami (a goddess figure from the Jomon era, known as the Nishinomae ceramic figure) , 14000 BC 国宝・縄文の女神

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