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Enigmatic barrows without offerings: Monte Deva (Gijón) and Berducedo (Allande), in Asturias
de Blas Cortina, Miguel ángel
Trabajos de Prehistoria , 2004,
Abstract: The structural simplicity of two large barrows and their lack of grave goods make enigmatic tomb types, that although part of the megalithic tradition, could be located in the Early Bronze Age (Monte Deva V). Their easy classification as “poor tombs” (large poor tombs?) ought to raise the possibility of other interpretations. The barrows, built by poorly nucleated societies in a context of very low population density, and with limited possibilities of exchange, are likely to be more due to a concrete funerary form, whose variations are considered, than to exclusively economic reasons. La simplicidad estructural de dos grandes túmulos y la carencia de ofrendas sintetizan modalidades sepulcrales enigmáticas que, si bien instaladas en la tradición megalítica, podrían situarse en el Bronce Antiguo (Monte Deva V). A su cómoda catalogación como “tumbas pobres” ( grandes tumbas pobres?) se le debe oponer la plausibilidad de otras opciones. Construidos por sociedades poco nucleadas, en un contexto de baja densidad demográfica y de limitadas posibilidades de intercambio, es probable que se deban más a una precisa normativa funeraria, cuyas variantes son consideradas, que a razones exclusivamente económicas.
Un rara avis de la alfareria Prehistórica en Asturias: las sugerencias inducidas del Vaso Neolítico (IV milenio a. de C. TL) de la Hoz de los Cavíos (Pilo a).
De Blas Cortina, Miguel ángel
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 2011,
Abstract: La cerámica prehistórica anterior al Edad del Hierro es apenas conocida en Asturias, tal vez por su propia escasez, probablemente sustituida por recipientes corruptibles. El hallazgo solitario de un vaso de gran calidad técnica y cuidada decoración, depositado en una peque a cueva situada en el fondo umbrío e insalubre de un desfiladero da pie a distintas consideraciones sobre su posible significado. Fechada la vasija por el método TL en el IV milenio a. de C., su ubicación en un claro paraje de conexión y ruptura entre ambientes naturales muy distintos, abona la hipótesis de la anotación simbólica de los lugares de paso y de articulación de universos económicamente complementarios propiciando, además, la revisión de la naturaleza y distribución las huellas de la vida neolítica en un territorio crucial en sector centro-este asturiano.
The geological origin, Galicien, of the Marabiu example (Teverga, Asturias) and cultural considerations on weapon-tools classified as ''northern battle-axes'' in the NW of Iberia
de Blas Cortina, Miguel A.,Corretgé Casta?ón, L. Guillermo
Trabajos de Prehistoria , 2001,
Abstract: The physical analysis of a perforated item from Asturias shows that its only presence in the Cantabric region is due to an import from Galicia (cianites of Touro, near Santiago de Compostela). The concentration of these tool-weapons in barrows of the III millenium in Galicia is a unique focus in the Iberian peninsula of a very well known phenomenon in Europe. In this article, geographic, economic and cultural arguments are offered, justifiyng the peculiar presence of these sceptres or status symbols and of their local character, although they remind us of types in the continental NW, so that the Galician perforated tools are classified as ''northern battle-axes". El análisis físico de un ejemplar perforado del centro de Asturias (Marabiu) prueba que su solitaria presencia en la Región Cantábrica se debe a una importación desde Galicia (cianitas deTouro, al E de Santiago de Compostela). La concentración de estos útiles-arma en túmulos del III milenio en Galicia (Coru a y O de Lugo) dibuja el foco único en la Península Ibérica de un fenómeno bien conocido en Europa. En el artículo se ofrecen argumentos geográficos, económicos y culturales justificativos de la presencia singular de estos "cetros" o símbolos de estatus, de su carácter local aunque se aprecien resonancias de tipos de NO continental, lo que hizo que se calificara a los perforados gallegos de "hachas de combate nórdicas".
Huellas de actividad prehistórica en un medio monta oso extremo : en torno a una Palmela en la Garganta del Cares, Picos de Europa (Asturias)
Miguel Angel de Blas Cortina,Salvador Rovira Llorens
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 2005,
Abstract: Las puntas Palmela son rara avis en buena parte de la Región Cantábrica. El hallazgo de una de tales piezas en la abrupta Garganta del Cares da pie a diversas reflexiones sobre la actividad prehistórica en un medio acusadamente alpino, la naturaleza de esas armas metálicas y el tránsito entre ambas vertientes del macizo monta oso. También de considera el probable descubrimiento del paraje singular del hallazgo durante las cacerías de rebecos y su posterior dimension de enclave cultural
Un infrecuente objeto de madera en el Túmulo Neolítico Monte Areo XII (Carre o, Spain) : estudio arqueológico, anatómico y taxonómico
De Blas Cortina, Miguel ángel,Gutiérrez Villarías, Ma Isabel,Díaz González, Tomás E.
Munibe Antropologia-Arkeologia , 2009,
Abstract: Monte Areo XII (Carre o, Asturias) es un raro túmulo erigido a fines del V milenio a. de C. sobre una estructura de madera (una probable choza) previamente incendiada. Como único elemento instrumental en el monumento neolítico, y gracias a su carbonización, se conservó una peque a pieza de madera. Su estudio arqueológico, anatómico y taxonómico nos permite identificarla como una probable punta de flecha o arma similar elaborada a partir de una rama de roble. La excepcionalidad de este objeto le oso en la prehistoria de la extensa región cantábrica da lugar a distintas consideraciones sobre el instrumental corruptible a partir del mesolítico y el habitual uso de los objetos de madera durante el neolítico. La revisión del túmulo y su estructura en troncos de roble propicia además distintas consideraciones sobre las llamadas "casas fúnebres" en distintos contextos prehistóricos e ibéricos.
Symbolic Spaces in Late Capitalism, Where Art is A Proposal and not a Conclusion
Mariano O. de Blas
Journal of Arts and Humanities , 2013,
Abstract: Capitalism is the predominant conceptual system configuring and forming our reality. It is difficult, perhaps almost impossible, to imagine another one, because we are immersed in the conceptual approaches of this reality, the one of capitalism. Art is able to represent, symbolically and accurately this conceptual reality, but also to encourage us to imagine other realities even if it is only able display this one accurately (without critic). The concept of this reality is based now on consumption through virtual identities. The value of art is affected by this premise, meaning that the artist is valuable mainly because he is converted into a logo, a valuable signature on the work. This phenomenon not only reflects our conceptual approach to reality but also unveils it, revealing new aspects of our reality and what we think about it. However, art is able to go further and present different approaches to our concepts about reality. It could mean that art promotes us to imagine other realities, at least unconsciously, for both art producers and viewers. Finally, this scheme has to be included in a new revolutionary tool, the web, a virtual multidimensional space, where contemporary art takes part. Therefore, in the “space” of the web, art can communicate more than ever and can transform itself and present this transformation beyond the established limits, contributing to produce a more flexible and imaginative way of thinking.
Electroweak limits on physics beyond the Standard Model
J. de Blas
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1051/epjconf/20136019008
Abstract: We briefly review the global Standard Model fit to electroweak precision data, and discuss the status of electroweak constraints on new interactions. We follow a general effective Lagrangian approach to obtain model-independent limits on the dimension-six operators, as well as on several common new physics extensions.
The Least Supersymmetric Signals at the LHC
de Blas, J.;Delgado, A.;Ostdiek, B.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2013,
Abstract: We study the implications at the LHC for the minimal (least) version of the supersymmetric standard model. In this model supersymmetry is broken by gravity and extra gauge interactions effects, providing a spectrum similar in several aspects to that in natural supersymmetric scenarios. Having the first two generations of sparticles partially decoupled means that any significant signal can only involve gauginos and the third family of sfermions. In practice, the signals are dominated by gluino production with subsequent decays into the stop sector. As we show, for gluino masses below 2300 GeV, a discovery at the LHC is possible at \sqrt{s}=14 TeV, but will require large integrated luminosities.
Electroweak constraints on new physics
F. del Aguila,J. de Blas
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1002/prop.201100068
Abstract: We briefly review the limits on new interactions implied by electroweak precision data. Special attention is payed to the bounds on the Higgs boson mass. We also comment on the required cancellation among the new contributions to precisely measured electroweak observables in any Standard Model extension, if the new particles have to evade the indirect constraints on their couplings and masses but still remain at the LHC reach.
The Least Supersymmetric Signals at the LHC
J. de Blas,A. Delgado,B. Ostdiek
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.87.115026
Abstract: We study the implications at the LHC for the minimal (least) version of the supersymmetric standard model. In this model supersymmetry is broken by gravity and extra gauge interactions effects, providing a spectrum similar in several aspects to that in natural supersymmetric scenarios. Having the first two generations of sparticles partially decoupled means that any significant signal can only involve gauginos and the third family of sfermions. In practice, the signals are dominated by gluino production with subsequent decays into the stop sector. As we show, for gluino masses below 2300 GeV, a discovery at the LHC is possible at \sqrt{s}=14 TeV, but will require large integrated luminosities.
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