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Jomon pottery + jomon period


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Jomon pottery + jomon period

  1. 1. Jomon Pottery + Jomon period<br />By Brady Chambers & Wesley Miller<br />
  2. 2. Forms of Pottery<br />Statuettes<br />Pots<br />
  3. 3. Statuettes<br />The statues that were made during the Jomon period were made in open fires.<br />There are many theories on what they were used for, but the one that is commonly used is that they were talismans for good health or child birth.<br />
  4. 4. Pots<br />Early Jomon pots looked as if they were an imitation of reed baskets.<br />The word Jomon (when translated) means “cord marks”<br />Later Jomon pots became more creative.<br />
  5. 5. The Jomon period<br />The period of time when the people who made Jomon pottery were alive is called the Jomon period.<br />It consists of the Incipient Jomon, Initial Jomon, Early Jomon, Middle Jomon, Late Jomon, and Final Jomon<br />
  6. 6. Jomontimelines<br />