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Ethnoarcheology of Tierra del Fuego hunter-fisher-gatherer societies. The site of Lanashuaia

Abstract : Since 1988, a Spanish‐Argentinian team has been developing ethnoarcheological projects in Tierra del Fuego (Argentina). Our objective was to develop a methodology and conceptual instruments in order to go further in the study of prehistoric hunter‐gatherer societies. In the frame of these projects, we excavated some archeological sites corresponding to the period of the European contact with native societies (nineteenth century). Lanashuaia was one of the excavated archeological sites. Prof. Jiri Svoboda participated in the fieldwork carried out during 1996. In this paper we present some of the results obtained of the study of Lanashuaia.
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Ester Verdun-Castello, Jordi Estévez, Assumpció Vila. Ethnoarcheology of Tierra del Fuego hunter-fisher-gatherer societies. The site of Lanashuaia. Forgotten Times and Spaces. New perspectives in paleoanthropological, paleoetnological and archeological studies, 2015, 978‐80‐7524‐000‐2; 978‐80‐210‐7781‐2. ⟨10.5817/CZ.MUNI.M210‐7781‐2015‐40⟩. ⟨hal-01457796⟩



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