Ch. 3 – pp. 74-75

 

pp. 74-75

pp. 74-75

 

They are hairstyles of clay figurines from the latter half of the Jomon period. These intriguing turban-like hairstyles make us wonder about the hair length and techniques of styling. It seems they are not suitable for physical labor and/or everyday life. These clay figurines provoke much thought as to whether they depict appearances of the Jomon people only on special occasions or of people with special status and/or roles who spent everyday life with such hairstyles.

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