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File:Jomon Vessel with Flame-like Ornamentation, attributed provenance Umataka, Nagaoka-shi, Niigata, Jomon period, 3000-2000 BC - Tokyo National Museum - DSC05620.JPG

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English: Exhibit in the Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo, Japan. This artwork is old enough so that it is in the public domain. This object serve for the cover illustration of Acient Jomon of Japan, Junko Habu, Cambridge, 2004. : "Fire Flame" style pottery excavated at the Middle Jomon Sasayama site, Niigata Prefecture. Tokamachi City Museum. H. 45 cm. ?
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