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The Jōmon period lasted from around what year BC to 300 AD?
Japan is thought to have produced the world's first what during this period?
The Jōmon made pottery by rolling clay into ropes, and then building the walls of the vessel by wrapping the "ropes" around and around. What is this process called?
The Jōmon made patterns on their pottery by pressing what into the soft clay?
"Jōmon" literally means "rope _______"
E.S. Morse, the first to discover Jōmon remains, was of what nationality?
The Jōmon were hunters, gatherers, and what?
The Jōmon primarily lived near what?
The Jōmon consumed a lot of which type of food?
The "shell mounds", where the Jōmon discarded their garbage, are called what?
The Jōmon first lived in what?
The Jōmon later lived in shallow pits covered with thatching called what?
It is believed, because of their unpretentious graves (mere pits in the ground), that Jōmon society lacked what?
The Jōmon made earthenware figurines with human features, possibly for superstitious or medical purposes. What are these called?
The period after Jōmon was called what?
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