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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.71.2016.tde-03022016-142136
Document
Author
Full name
Rodrigo Almeida Suner
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Neves, Eduardo Goes (President)
Almeida, Fernando Ozorio de
Bespalez, Eduardo
Blasis, Paulo Antonio Dantas de
Murrieta, Rui Sergio Sereni
Title in Portuguese
Arqueologia Tupi no Médio Ji-Paraná (RO): teoria do não-equilíbrio dinâmico e abordagem multifocal dos processos de mobilidade populacional no Sudoeste Amazônico
Keywords in Portuguese
Arqueologia da Amazônia
Arqueologia do médio rio Ji-Paraná
Arqueologia Tupi
Características de Performance
Sudoeste Amazônico
Abstract in Portuguese
Este trabalho teve como objetivo investigar o registro arqueológico de populações ceramistas da região do médio curso do rio Ji-Paraná, Sudoeste Amazônico. A partir de dados contextuais cerâmicos, líticos e da arqueologia da paisagem, analisamos comparativamente oito sítios arqueológico de terra-firme. Por se tratar de uma região ainda pouco conhecida arqueologicamente, nosso objetivo principal esteve em caracterizar o material cerâmico a partir de seus atributos tecnológicos. As pesquisas de campo e laboratório proporcionaram resultados que permitiram identificar um padrão de inserção dos sítios na paisagem, bem como um estilo tecnológico de características regionais, sugerindo que as populações estudadas compartilhavam modos de vida de relativa mobilidade, associando atividades horticultoras e de manejo ambiental integradas a um território comum. As discussões apresentadas nesta tese visam contribuir para a caracterização da variabilidade arqueológica da região e, ainda, para o debate sobre os movimentos populacionais pretéritos que envolveram o Sudoeste Amazônico, notadamente, dos falantes do Tronco Tupi.
Title in English
Tupi archaeology in the middle Ji-Paraná river (RO): non-equilibrium theory and a multifocal approach of population mobility processes in southwestern Amazonia
Keywords in English
Archaeology of Amazonia
Ceramic Performance Characteristics,
Mid-course Ji-Paraná River Archaeology
Southwestern Amazon
Tupi Ceramic Tradition
Abstract in English
The present work aimed to investigate the archeological record of ancient ceramist populations of Southwestern Amazon, specifically from the contexts of the middle Ji-Paraná River. Based on contextualized ceramic and lithic findings, and assuming landscape archaeological framework as a standpoint, we proposed a comparative analysis of eight upland archaeological sites. The research focused on a region relatively unexplored by academic archaeological investigation. Our prime objective was to characterize the ceramic material through its technological attributes. Field works and laboratorial analysis provided results leading to the identification of a pattern for the landscape insertion of the archeological sites, as well as a regional technological style, suggesting that the studied populations shared a life way of relative mobility, combing horticultural and environmental management activities, integrated to a common territory. The discussions presented in this thesis hope to contribute to the characterization of Southwestern Amazon archaeological variability, and also to the debate concerning peoples' mobility in the past, notably the Tupi language stock speakers of that region.
 
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2016-03-08
 
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