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Pak-Jap Archaeological mission* 2004-07 Peshawar (1)

It began in 2000. NHK(Nihon Hoso Kyokai Japan Broadcasting Corporation) organized the special exhbition of the World's Four Great Civilizations. Prof.Hideo Kondo (Tokai Univ.) was the supervisor of The Indus Exhibition** section. Splendid collections were invited from many museums and institutions, such as ASI, National Museum of India New Delhi, Indian Museum Culcutta, Dept. of Archaeology and Museums of Pakistan, National Museum of Pakistan Karachi, Isalamabad Museum, Archaeological Museum of Mohenjo-Daro, Archaeological Museum of Harappa, the British Museum. Through organizing the exhibition, international connection was established.
Pak-Jap Archaeological mission* 2004-07 Peshawar (1)_a0186568_8442266.jpgIn 2003, our members came to Pakistan to visit some university, museums, and discussed about opening new reserach. In 2004, Prof.Kondo, Prof.Yoshitaka Hojo (Tokai Univ.), Dr.Manabu Koiso (now Assoc.Prof. of Kobe-shukugawa-gakuin Univ.), Dr.Akinori Uesugi (now lecturer of RHIN), Atsushi Noguchi (researcher of Meiji Univ.; author of this blog), Hiroshi Noguchi came to Peshawar and began the reassesment of former excavated materials in Peshawar University, Sir Sahibzada Abdul Qayum Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology under permission of authorities.
Pak-Jap Archaeological mission* 2004-07 Peshawar (1)_a0186568_844147.jpg
This research aims on Kot-Diji phase as the formative period of Early Harappan. Pottery from Gumla and chipped stone tools from Rehman Dehri are selected for reassesment. We have made 5 times of researches until 2007. Now this project is interrupted, however we wish for re-open our research again.

Pak-Jap Archaeological mission* 2004-07 Peshawar (1)_a0186568_1131872.jpgPak-Jap Archaeological mission* 2004-07 Peshawar (1)_a0186568_8443915.jpg








 We set the occasional laboratory inside the musum, as well as left picture, with generosness and kindness of authorities. Dr.Uesugi did drawing pottery from Gumla. Authorities of Peshawar Univ. and our members are on right picture; from left to right side: me, Prof. Kondo, Prof.Taj Ali (the director of Univeristy Museum), Ayumu Konaskawa (now Ph.D candidate of Deccan College), Prof. Farooq Swati (Dean, Faculty of Arts), Dr.Koiso.
(to be continue)


footnote
* we are not institutional organization based on any university or other institution. Just a cooperative group of individual scholars.
**there was web-site with many pictures but currently unable.

by asiansophia | 2011-02-12 01:26 | Archaeology(English)