The Etruscans (and Greek and Romans) in Japan

Stephan Steingräber
2002 Etruscan Studies  
by S t e p h a n S t e in g r ä be r A rchaeological interest is generally quite strong in Japan and extends to both Japanese and other kinds of archaeology. This popularity is reflected by many reports on television and in newspapers and journals, by an increasing number of archaeological museums (often local in character but with interesting, instructional exhibitions) and archaeological exhibitions (in public and private museums but in department stores too), and by a series of new open air
more » ... es of new open air archaeological parks and specialized research and restoration centers throughout the country. Japanese archaeological teams are working not only in Japan but all over the world, at sites in China,
doi:10.1515/etst.2002.9.1.257 fatcat:4tz3bp5apnc4flx4gbtojrtpvu