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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.71.2009.tde-07022011-094134
Document
Author
Full name
Camila Constantino Alves
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Figuti, Levy (President)
Barbosa, Paula Nishida
Blasis, Paulo Antonio Dantas de
Title in Portuguese
Análise zooarqueológica de um sambaqui fluvial: o caso do sítio Capelinha I
Keywords in Portuguese
Capelinha I
Sambaqui fluvial
Tradição Umbu
Vale do Rio Ribeira de Iguape - SP
Zooarqueologia
Abstract in Portuguese
O sítio Capelinha I, localizado no município de Cajati, SP, é um sambaqui fluvial de grande interesse para a Arqueologia brasileira, devido a sua intrigante datação: 9250±50 anos AP. Possui, além da ocupação sambaquieira, outras duas posteriores, ligadas aos caçadores-coletores da Tradição Umbu e aos ceramistas da Tradição Itararé. Deste modo, o principal objetivo deste trabalho é, através de uma análise zooarqueológica, compreender as interações entre os homens e o ambiente em que estavam inseridos, por meio da análise do material proveniente de quatro áreas de escavação abertas entre os anos de 1999 e 2003.
Title in English
Zooarchaeological analysis of a fluvial shellmound: Capelinha I site
Keywords in English
Capelinha I
Fluvial shellmounds
Ribeira de Iguape valley/SP
Umbu Tradition
Zooarchaeology
Abstract in English
The site Capelinha I, located in Cajati, SP, is a fluvial shellmounds of great interest to the Brazilian Archeology, intriguing because of its timing: 9250 ± 50 years BP. Besides the shellmounds, there were two other subsequent occupations, related to the hunter-gatherer of Umbu Tradition and the potters of Itararé Tradition. Therefore, the main objective of this research is, through a zooarchaeological analysis, to understand the interactions between men and environment in which they were inserted, by means of the analysis of material proceeding from four excavation areas, which were opened between the years of 1999 and 2003.
 
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