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Bioarqueología y cronología del sitio Negro Muerto 2 (Noreste de Patagonia)
SERNA,ALEJANDRO; PRATES,LUCIANO;
Magallania (Punta Arenas) , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22442012000200011
Abstract: in this paper we present the first results for the analysis of human remains recovered at the negro muerto 2 (nm2) site, located in the south sector of the negro river’s middle basin (río negro province). during the rescue activities done at the site, four individuals had been recovered: individuals 1 and 2 were part of a double burial (the latter suffered a disarticulation at the level of the skull, which was relocated next to the first one); while individuals 3 and 4 were probably simple burials, although their high degree of disarticulation would not allow us to confrm this. three radiocarbon dates were obtained for this site between 2,000 and 1,500 years bp. the skull of the individual 2, dated in 1,586 ± 47 years bp, presents a tabular oblique cranial deformation; in this case the date obtained is less than the expected for such morphology.
Bioarqueología y cronología del sitio Negro Muerto 2 (Noreste de Patagonia) Bioarchaeology and chronology of the Negro Muerto 2 site (Northeast Patagonia)
ALEJANDRO SERNA,LUCIANO PRATES
Magallania , 2012,
Abstract: En este trabajo se presentan los primeros resultados del estudio de los restos humanos recuperados en el sitio Negro Muerto 2 (NM2), ubicado en el sector sur de la cuenca media del río Negro (provincia de Río Negro). Durante las actividades de rescate efectuadas en el sitio se recuperaron cuatro individuos: los individuos 1 y 2 formaban parte de un entierro doble (el último sufrió una desarticulación al nivel del cráneo, el cual se dispuso y enterró junto con el primero); y los individuos 3 y 4, probablemente fueron entierros simples aunque su alto grado de desarticulación no permite confirmarlo. Para el sitio se obtuvieron tres fechados radiocarbónicos de entre ca. 2.000 y 1.500 a os AP. El cráneo del individuo 2, fechado en 1.586 ± 47 a os A P, presenta una deformación artificial del tipo tabular oblicua; en este caso la edad obtenida es menor que la esperada para dicha morfología. In this paper we present the first results for the analysis of human remains recovered at the Negro Muerto 2 (NM2) site, located in the south sector of the Negro river’s middle basin (Río Negro Province). During the rescue activities done at the site, four individuals had been recovered: individuals 1 and 2 were part of a double burial (the latter suffered a disarticulation at the level of the skull, which was relocated next to the first one); while individuals 3 and 4 were probably simple burials, although their high degree of disarticulation would not allow us to confrm this. Three radiocarbon dates were obtained for this site between 2,000 and 1,500 years BP. The skull of the individual 2, dated in 1,586 ± 47 years BP, presents a tabular oblique cranial deformation; in this case the date obtained is less than the expected for such morphology.
PATRONES MORTUORIOS EN CAZADORES RECOLECTORES DEL PLEISTOCENO Y HOLOCENO EN COLOMBIA
Correal Urrego,Gonzalo;
Chungará (Arica) , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-73562001000100006
Abstract: at the site tequendama in the savanna of bogotá (11.00 - 5.00 b.p.), 21 burials, in lateral position with limbs flexed, were found. the burial goods correspond to lithic and bone artifacts. a similar pattern was repeated in sueva (10.090 b.p.) and in checua (8.500 - 3.00 b.p.). incineration practices are recorded at tequendama and checua. at aguazuque, in the municipality of soacha (5.030 -2225 b.p.), 51 burials, simple, double and secondary, were found, along with a collective burial laid out in a circle and made up of 21 individuals (women, men and children). to the southeast of the circle, two inferior right limbs were placed; these body parts were placed in a flexed position and correspond to different individuals. next to these, a deposit of deer remains was found near some artifacts
Senhora das Lapas: excavation of prehistoric cave burials in central Portugal
L. Oosterbeek
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 1993, DOI: 10.5334/pia.46
Abstract: The cave of Nossa Senhora das Lapas is a small diaclase in the Dogger limestones that define the left margin of the river Nabao, 10 km north of Tomar, in central Portugal. Excavation of the sire began in 1988, as part of a research programme concerned with the late prehistory of the North Ribatejo, and it forms a part of a necropolis of several burial caves. The aim of this excavation was to study the single evidence of a cave burial which was in use from c. 5000 B.C. to c. 3000 B.C.
A Imortalidade da Alma: O “Outro Mundo” Céltico, Mito e Rito Funerário
Vitor Soares Lares
Brathair , 2004,
Abstract: This paper intends to discuss some aspects on the ideas of eternity of the soul, reincarnation and Otherworld present in the Celtic belief system and documented by classic authors like Caesar, Lucanus and Pomponius Mela, as well as by medieval tales like The Mabinogion. These aspects will also be compared to the occurrence of rich funerals in Celtic societies, especially the Hochdorf tomb, attempting to investigate the relationship between the funerary rite and the beliefs about the afterdeath.
El ajuar como indicador de la presencia Inka en el Cementerio Aguada Orilla Norte (Provincia de Catamarca)
Moralejo,Reinaldo A.; Lynch,Julieta; Couso,María G.; Raffino,Rodolfo A.;
Intersecciones en antropolog?-a , 2010,
Abstract: this paper describes the grave goods from four burials found at the archaeological site of aguada orila norte cemetery, belén, catamarca). the grave goods belong to the benjamin mu?iz barreto collection, housed at the museum of la plata. the methodology employed consisted in describing the morphology and decoration of the pieces that make up each set of grave goods, as well as going through the field notes related to the collection. the results of the analyses indicate that three of the four burials are chronologically within the inka period (ad 1471-1536) and all posses objects that differ in style, belonging therefore to various cultural groups from noa (northwestern argentina). the fourth burial, however, which was located below one of the other three, contains pieces from pre-inkan cultural groups.
Santa María de Guadalupe, Atlacomulco ante los aciagos a?os de principios del Siglo XIX: conflictos locales, crisis agrícolas y epidemia, 1809-1814
Molina del Villar, América;
Relaciones (Zamora) , 2010,
Abstract: this essay analyzes the impact of the agricultural crisis of 1809-18011 and the typhus epidemic of 1813-1814 on the general curve of burials, baptisms and marriages in the parish of atlacomulco. research reveals that those events were mutually independent and had differential effects on the population. finally, the data show that typhus caused the largest number of deaths.
Resolving the Human Remains Crisis in British Archaeology: A Reply with Insight into Related Issues in Finland
Minna Lapinoja
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 2011, DOI: 10.5334/pia.371
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Digging Deeper: Comment on Resolving the Human Remains Crisis in British Archaeology
Mike Pitts
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 2011, DOI: 10.5334/pia.372
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Bowls, Bobbins and Bones. Resolving the Human Remains Crisis in British Archaeology: A Response
Duncan Sayer
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology , 2011, DOI: 10.5334/pia.370
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