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archaeology professor

Hiroshi Tsude, Japanese archaeology professor. Recipient Honorary Membership, Prehistoric Society, London, 1993.

Background

Tsude, Hiroshi was born on January 1, 1942 in Osaka-City, Japan. Son of Eizo and Mume (Yoshikawa) Tsude.

Education

Bachelor, Kyoto University, Japan, 1964. Master of Arts, Kyoto University, Japan, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Osaka University, Japan, 1989.

Career

Research associate Kyoto University, 1968-1977. Associate professor Shiga University, Otsu, Japan, 1977-1979, Osaka University, 1979-1988, professor, since 1988. Board directors Kyoto Archaeology Center.

Council member Osaka Archaeology Center, since 1990. Senate member Osaka University, 1996-1998. Specialist committee member Cultural Agency Center Government, Tokyo, since 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Burial Chambers of the Kofun Period, 1986, Formation of Agrarian Society in Japan, 1989, (Hamada Award 1989), Formation of the State in Japan, 1998, The Archaeology of the Imperial Tombs, 2000, Keyhole Shaped Tombs and Society, 2005.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fishing, ethnic food cooking.

Connections

Married Toshiko Kimura, May 10, 1968. Children: Genta, Shino.

father:
Eizo Tsude

mother:
Mume (Yoshikawa) Tsude

spouse:
Toshiko Kimura

child:
Genta Tsude

child:
Shino Tsude