Tha Archaeology of Lower Canoas River Valley
Author(s): Marco Nadal de Masi
The results of an archaeological project in the Lower valley of Canoas River in the Highlands of southern Brazil show a cultural sistema of proto-ge grups formed by residencial bases, camp sites, cultivation fields, storage pits, hunting camps, cerimonial centers and burial mounds. Burial mounds show evidences of social hierarchy and the storage pits show variability in their size indicating diferente functions for those pite. Polen from few pite shows how the environment evolve near by the settlements in disagreement with the regional data.
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Tha Archaeology of Lower Canoas River Valley. Marco Nadal de Masi. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 395199)
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