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Laboratoire Archéorient

Environnements et sociétés de l'Orient ancien

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ARIMURA Makoto

ARIMURA Makoto

ARIMURA Makoto
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Chercheur associé
Coordonnées

3rd Archaeological Research Laboratory,
Sonan Campus, Tokai University
4-1-1 Kitakaname, Hiratsuka-shi, Kanagawa 259-1292, JAPAN
E-mail: arimura.mako[at]gmail[dot]com

Fonctions

Associate Professor
Department of History, Faculty of Letters,Tokai University

Thèmes de recherche

- L’ évolution des industries lithques durant le néolithique au Proche-Orient.
- L’origine de la néolithisation du Caucase.

Activités de terrain

- Responsable de prospections et de fouilles archéologiques dans la region de l’Aragatsotn en Arménie (collaboration avec l’institut d’archéologie et d’ethonographie d’Erevan).

Principales publications

Arimura M. 1999, “The Lithic Industry of the Final Pottery Neolithic: New Evidence from Tell Ain el-Kerkh, Northwest Syria”. Neo-Lithics, 3/99, p. 7-9.

Arimura M. 2002, “Tell Ain el-Kerkh, site PPNB ancien dans le nord-ouest de la Syrie? Etude préliminaire du matériel lithique des couches les puls anciens”. Orinet-Express, 2002/4, p. 103-108.

Arimura M. 2003a, “Chipped Stone Artifacts”, in T. Iwasaki et A. Tsuneki (éds.), Archaeology of the Rouj Basin. A Regional Study of the Transition from Village to City in Northwest Syria. Vol. 1, Tsukuba, Department of Archeology, Institute of History and Anthropology, University of Tsukuba, p. 57-97.

Arimura M. 2003b, “The Lithic Production System in the Northwestern Levant from the LPPNB to the Early Pottery Neolithic: A View from Tell el-Kerkh 2”, in T. Iwasaki et A. Tsuneki (éds.), Archaeology of the Rouj Basin. A Regional Study of the Transition from Village to City in Northwest Syria. Vol. 1, Tsukuba, Department of Archeology, Institute of History and Anthropology, University of Tsukuba, p. 154-165.

 Tsuneki A., Arimura M., Maeda O., Tanno K., Anezaki T. 2006, “The Early PPNB in the North Levant: A New Perspective from Tell Ain el-Kerkh, Northwest Syria”, Paléorient, 32.1, p. 46-70.

Arimura M. 2007, “The Lithic Industry of the Early PPNB Layers at Tell Ain el-Kerkh, Northwest Syria, in L. Astruc, D. Binder et F. Briois (éds.), Systems and Near Eastern PPN Communities, Antibes, Editions APDCA, p. 137-151.

Chataigner C., Arimura M., Gasparyan B. 2007, “La néolithisation de lʼArmenie. Les dossiers d'archéologie, 32, p. 30-35.

Arimura M., Gasparyan B., Chataigner C. 2009, “Kmlo 2. An Early Holocene Site in Armenia, Neo-Lithics, 2/09, p. 17-19.

Arimura M., Badalyan R., Chataigner C. 2010, “Current Neolithic Research in Armenia”. Neo-Lithics, 1/10, p. 77-8.

Arimura M. 2011, “LPPNB blade caches at Tell Ain el-Kerkh, north-west Syria”, in E. Healey, S. Campbell et O. Maeda (éds.), The State of the Stone Terminologies, Continuities and Contexts in Near Eastern Lithics, Berlin, ex oriente, p. 373-383.

Arimura M, Gasparyan B., Chataigner C. 2012, Prehistoric sites in Northwest Armenia: Kmlo-2 and Tsaghkahovit”, in R. Matthews et J. Curtis (eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz Verlag, p. 135-149.

Kalantaryan I., Arimura M., Hovsepyan R., Chataigner C. 2012, “The archaeological investigation of Getahovit-2 cave (Armenia) in 2011-2012: The preliminary report”, Aramazda (Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies), 7/1, p. 7-23.

Arimura M. 2013,Exchange of points in the PPNB: points with the Palmyran retouch from Tell Ain el-Kerkh, northwest Syria, in F. Borrell, J.J. IBÁÑEZ et M. MOLIST (éds.), Stone Tools in Transition: From Hunter-Gatherers to Farming Societies in the Near East. Barcelona, Servei de Publicacions de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, p. 265-275.

Chataigner C., Badalyan R., Arimura M. 2014, “The Neolithic of the Caucasus”, Oxford Handbooks Online, p. 1-25 (DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935413.013.13).

Gasparyan B., Arimura M. (éds.) 2014, Stone Age of Armenia. A Guide-book to the Stone Age Archaeology in the Republic of Armenia. Center for Cultural Resource Studies, Kanazawa University.

Arimura M., Suleiman A. 2015, “A cultural unity in Northwestern Syria during the Neolithic. Tell Ain Dara III, a PPNB site in the Afrin Valley”. Paléorient, 41.2, p. 85-99.

 

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