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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.71.2010.tde-30042010-171654
Document
Author
Full name
Tânia Ferraz de Oliveira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2010
Supervisor
Committee
Figuti, Levy (President)
Afonso, Marisa Coutinho
Farias, Deisi Scunderlick Eloy de
Title in Portuguese
Estudo comparativo dos sambaquis Caipora, Lageado e Jaboticabeira I: interpretações acerca da mudança de material construtivo ao longo do tempo
Keywords in Portuguese
Caçador-pescador-coletor
Estratigrafia
Inserção ambiental
Sambaqui
Variação do nível do mar
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho apresenta o estudo das camadas estratigráficas de três sambaquis situados nos municípios de Jaguaruna e Treze de Maio, Santa Catarina, Brasil. Partimos do princípio de que eles são estruturas erigidas intencionalmente por uma população que habitou a região por aproximadamente 6000 anos, e que para a construção de seus cemitérios se apropriavam do material malacológico disponível na região. O desmembramento dos componentes de cada camada nos forneceu informações a respeito do material construtivo dos sítios, e a partir destes resultados foi possível testar algumas hipóteses sobre a mudança da matriz construtiva verificada nos sambaquis.
Title in English
Comparative Study of Capiora, Lageado and Jaboticabeira I sambaquis: interpretations about the change of constructive material along time.
Keywords in English
Environmental setting
Fishers-hunters-gatherers
Sambaqui
Sea level changes
Stratigraphy
Abstract in English
This work presents the study of stratigraphical layers of three sambaquis located on Jaguaruna and Treze de Maio, Santa Catarina, Brazil. We assume that such structures were intentionally built by a population that inhabited the region for over 6000 years, and that for the pilling up of their burial grounds they gathered malacological material available within the area. The breakdown of the elements of each layer provided us information regarding the construction material of the sites, and based on these results it was possible to test some hypothesis regarding a change on the constructive matrix recorded on the sambaquis.
 
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Publishing Date
2010-05-07
 
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