--- In sca-jml@y..., "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@i...> wrote:
> When speaking of Japanese history, Nara and Heian were classified by
> Japanese as ancient (but typically not so by westerners). It's all
hmm...well, I asked her about my period, and she said it was more
ancient than that. Oh well, though, i don't NEED to do it. ;)
> But there's no evidence for it being done in the protohistoric
> certainly I can't recall it being mentioned by the Chinese in the
hmm, that's true. They mention all sorts of other bodily adornments,
so you'd think they'd especially mention the teeth. Point taken.
> *Where* have they done this? From what period?
I don't remember exactly what regions of Japan. They were Jomon and
perhaps even Yayoi period.