Part of a impressive japanese haniwa. It was used to give offerings to the dead and the gods.
I’m a spanish researcher who study Asian Archaeology, so I’m in Japan now doing Archaeology, and I’m very excited for be part of the Day of Archaeology 2014! Anywhere that I am, always is nice to share our work! In the photo, I’m working with the materials found in the excavation of the biggest burial mound in Japan, the Tatetsuki burial mound (Okayama, Japan), in a afternoon of relax and research.
There are many horizonts, and Archaeology can move you everywhere…!
José A. Mármol