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（Center for Studies of Cultural Heritage and Interdisciplinary Humanities, Kyoto University)
Date: 2 July 2019, 16:30–16:55（Registration from 16:20）
Venue： Kyoto University, Yoshida International House (Yoshida South Campus), Room 1 (ground floor)
The short talk is connected to a lecture in the series „Nichi-Doku Joint Lecture“ jointly organized by the liaison offices of Kyoto University and Heidelberg University. The talk with Associate Professors Dr. Shinoto (Heidelberg University) and Dr. Makoto Tomii (Center for Studies of Cultural Heritage and Interdisciplinary Humanities, Kyoto University) took place in Mai 2018 and sparked the idea of moving an artefact of the archeological site that has been discovered during the construction of the building back to its origin.
On the occasion of the arrival of this haniwa-object at one of the showcases at Yoshida International House Dr. Tomii further elaborated on the object and its history.