Japan Mozu Kofungun (Ancient)

Although small in scale, Nonaka Kofun is one of the few kofun that has been investigated among tombs of the Furuichi Tomb Cluster. While the identity of the interred is still shrouded in mystery, the presence of technologically advanced weapons and armor imply military power, the wide range of tools and farming implements suggest productive… Continue reading Japan Mozu Kofungun (Ancient)

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Japan – Mozu-Furuichi tumulus clusters

The World Heritage Committee decided to inscribe a group of ancient tombs in Osaka Prefecture to UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List at its meeting in Baku.   Collectively called the Mozu-Furuichi tumulus clusters, the group of burial mounds, or kofun in Japanese, was built from the late fourth to the late fifth centuries — during the… Continue reading Japan – Mozu-Furuichi tumulus clusters

Mozu-Furichi tumulus – Japan

  Collectively called the Mozu-Furuichi tumulus clusters, the sites are expected to be officially approved at a meeting of the World Heritage Committee starting in  June in Azerbaijan.   The group of burial mounds, or kofun in Japanese, was built from the late fourth to the late fifth centuries — amid the height of the Kofun… Continue reading Mozu-Furichi tumulus – Japan

Multi-lateralism

"Die Gupta's is seker ook nou deel van die multi-laterale ooreenkomste" en seer sekerlik dan die "kaping van alles en korrupsie kanale wat so oop is vir almal om te vat en weg te dra"  - daar is nog baie meer hieroor ..  en as mens mooi gaan sit en dink waarheen al hierdie geld… Continue reading Multi-lateralism