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First Micromorphological Studies Of Brazilian Sambaquis, Jabuticabeira II Site, Santa Catarina State

Villagran, Ximena Suarez; Blasis, Paulo Antonio Dantas De; Giannini, Paulo Cesar Fonseca Universidade De São Paulo

INTERSECCIONES EN ANTROPOLOGIA, v.10, n.2, p.359-364, 2009

UNIV NAC CENTRO PROVINCIA BUENOS AIRES 2009

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  • Título:
    First Micromorphological Studies Of Brazilian Sambaquis, Jabuticabeira II Site, Santa Catarina State
  • Autor: Villagran, Ximena Suarez; Blasis, Paulo Antonio Dantas De; Giannini, Paulo Cesar Fonseca
  • Universidade De São Paulo
  • Assuntos: Micromorphology; Sambaquis; Archaeological Sediments; Geoarchaeology; Archaeological Implications; Israel; Sediments; Hayonim; Anthropology; Archaeology
  • É parte de: INTERSECCIONES EN ANTROPOLOGIA, v.10, n.2, p.359-364, 2009
  • Descrição: First Micromorphological Studies of Brazilian Sambaquis, Jabuticabeira II Site, Santa Catarina State. In this note, preliminary results from the micromorphological study of the fish mound that covers the Jabuticabeira II sambaqui site, developed within the interdisciplinary research project Sambaquis e paisagem, are presented. Microstratigraphic analyses enabled the identification of anthropic pre-depositional processes that participated in the formation of this large structure, related to the burning and transport of mineral and organic material (terrigenous sand and charcoal) and inorganic residues of biological origin (bones, phytoliths, diatoms and siliceous aggregates). The effects of post-depositional alterations over these particles can be observed through dissolution traces in bone and the formation of a fine mineral material of phosphatic composition. The articulation of the evidence confirms the complex combination of activities and alteration processes involved in the formation of sambaqui sites, which transcends traditional functional dichotomies.
  • Títulos relacionados: Intersecciones En Antropologia
  • Editor: UNIV NAC CENTRO PROVINCIA BUENOS AIRES
  • Data de publicação: 2009
  • Idioma: Português

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