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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.71.2019.tde-29112018-144329
Document
Author
Full name
Carlos Augusto Zimpel Neto
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Neves, Eduardo Goes (President)
Bandeira, Arkley Marques
Saldanha, João Darcy de Moura
Almeida, Fernando Ozorio de
Plens, Cláudia Regina
Title in Portuguese
A fase Bacabal e seus correlatos arqueológicos no sudoeste da Amazônia
Keywords in Portuguese
arqueologia; cerâmica; Rondônia
Abstract in Portuguese
Neste trabalho tratamos sobre a fase cerâmica Bacabal, que foi criada por Eurico Miller no começo dos anos 90 para classificar os vestígios cerâmicos encontrados nas áreas inundáveis do médio rio Guaporé, estado de Rondônia. A cronologia de sua ocorrência recua até o Holoceno médio, desde ca. 2000 a.C. até 800 d.C. Buscamos nesta tese descrever os vestígios cerâmicos desta fase e discutir as hipóteses previamente estabelecidas sobre as suas correlações com outras fases encontradas na Amazônia e afora
Title in English
The Bacabal phase and its archaeological correlates in Amazon.
Keywords in English
archaeology; pottery; Rondônia
Abstract in English
In this work we investigate the Bacabal phase, created by Eurico Miller in the early 90's to classify ceramics found in the flooded areas of the middle Guaporé river, state of Rondônia, Brazil. The chronology for this archaeological culture reach the middle Holocene, ranging from ca. 2000 a.C. until 800 AD. We aimed to describe the vestiges and discuss hypotheses previously established about their correlations with other stylistic horizons found in the Amazon and beyond. We also propose that there may be a relationship between this pottery and other archaeological cultures found in the Amazonian southwest and surrounding areas.
 
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Release Date
2020-11-28
Publishing Date
2019-01-15
 
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