An examination of the formation of ethnic groups in the Japanese islands, in which a dual origin hypothesis is presented. The Jomon population was present in Japan by the end of the Pleistocene period, followed by agriculturalists from the Korean peninsula circa 400 BC-300 AD. Hudson's studies examine cranial, dental, and genetic studies, and linguistic and archaeological records. Illus.
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