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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.71.2019.tde-18012019-150326
Document
Author
Full name
Eduardo Kazuo Tamanaha
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Neves, Eduardo Goes (President)
Barreto, Cristiana Nunes Galvão de Barros
Blasis, Paulo Antonio Dantas de
Moraes, Claide de Paula
Watling, Jennifer Georgina
Title in Portuguese
Um panorama comparativo da Amazônia no ano 1000
Keywords in Portuguese
Arqueologia Amazônica; Banco de Dados Georreferenciado; Análise Espacial; Cronologia das Ocupações; Tradições Cerâmicas
Abstract in Portuguese
Nesta tese buscou-se esboçar um cenário das ocupações ceramistas pré-coloniais, entre 600 e 1.400 DC, na região da Amazônia brasileira. Através do banco de dados georreferenciado foram realizadas análises correlacionando diferentes aspectos que compõem o sítio arqueológico, possibilitando a identificação de mudanças ou continuidades de determinadas sociedades em escala regional. Ao final percebeu-se que algumas áreas possuíam maior trânsito de pessoas e ideias do que outras regiões, refletindo em diferentes níveis de variabilidade observadas no contexto arqueológico.
Title in English
A comparative overview of the Amazon in year 1000 AD
Keywords in English
Amazonian Archeology; Georeferenced Database; Spatial Analysis; Chronology of Occupations; Ceramic Traditions
Abstract in English
This thesis sought to outline a scenario of precolonial ceramic occupations, between 600 and 1400 AD in the Brazilian Amazon region. Through the georeferenced database, analyzes were carried out correlating different aspects that make up the archaeological site, allowing the identification of changes or continuities of certain societies on a regional scale. At the end it was realized that some areas had greater movement of people and ideas than other regions, reflecting different levels of variability observed in the archaeological context.
 
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