Number 16. Just Realeased Papers

Sobre la edad de hornillos en Las Travesías, San Luis, Argentina.

Las investigaciones arqueológicas sistemáticas en las Travesías del centro y oeste de Argentina se encuentran en un momento de constante desarrollo. En muchas de estos territorios, los hornillos o botijas son un elemento constantemente identificado en el registro arqueológico. Sin embargo, los estudios específicos sobre este rasgo son escasos en el país.

Heider G., Gogorza, C., Greco, C., Goguitchaichvili, A., Irurzun, M. A., Morales, J., Ávila Navas, M. | Online on 15 June 2020 | <0840.2912.4861/29803x>


Prácticas funerarias y condiciones de vida entre las sociedades prehispánicas del Valle del Cauca, Colombia.

Con el fin de aportar a la discusión sobre los factores y características del cambio en los patrones funerarios prehispánicos en el Valle del Cauca, se analizó la variación espacial, temporal y social a partir de una muestra de 486 tumbas, 254 del Período Temprano y 232 del Período Tardío, mediante análisis estadístico descriptivo y multivariado (conglomerados jerárquicos y discriminantes), empleando 48 variables que dan cuenta de la construcción funeraria (forma, tamaño), el ajuar (cerámica, lítico, orfebrería, conchas, etc.) y el cuerpo (sexo, edad, deformación craneal, posición, orientación y patologías).

Rodríguez Cuenca, J.V., Blanco, S., Rodríguez, C.A. | Online on 25 May 2020 | <0840.2912.4861/29802x>


Tumbas de cancel y conmemoracíon de hitos ambientales y astronómicos en el Cauca Medio, Colombia: El caso de Santa Rosa de Cabal.

Durante la ejecución del Programa de Arqueología Preventiva para el proyecto de interconexión eléctrica UPME 02-2009 Subestación Armenia 230kV y línea de interconexión Asociada, que ejecuta la Empresa de Energía de Bogotá S.A. ESP (hoy Grupo de Energía de Bogotá S.A. ESP), se efectuó un rescate de dos estructuras líticas, conocidas con el nombre de tumbas de cancel.

Zuluaga Castro, J.E. | Online on 20 April 2020 | <0840.2912.4861/29801x>


Arqueología y conservación: Una mirada a la conservación y restauración de objetos y elementos arqueológicos en Colombia.

Desde los comienzos de la arqueología preventiva en el siglo XX, en Colombia se han realizado investigaciones interdisciplinares contando con restauradores y conservadores, quienes han colaborado a salvaguardar el patrimonio arqueológico.

Acevedo Ayala, J.M., Vargas Rodríguez L.A. | Online on 15 April 2020 | <0840.2912.4861/29800x>

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January - December 2020 in Continuous Publication Model

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On the Cover: Ritual mask found in May 1998 in tomb 51 of the pre-Hispanic cemetery of Coronado, municipality of Palmira, Valle del Cauca Department. INCIVA code: 33 Cmal 152. Height, 18 cm, Width, 27 cm. Photo by Sonia Blanco.

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