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DLUGOSZ, José Carlos et al. (Archaeology of the Site El Puesto (Castro Barros, La Rioja)). Andes [online]. 2009, vol.20, n.2. ISSN 1668-8090.

This paper presents the results of investigations that were  carried out  in the site "El Puesto" in 2005. Through the spatial analysis provides the kind of link between the structures and platforms culture that the surrounding. The presence of rings within the structures associated with pots, seeds and animal bones with signs of thermal alteration suggests that this is carried out activities related to the preparation, use and disposal of food. The analysis of stone tools show that there was a predominance of carrying out formatization, adjustment and maintenance of instruments. In this way, on the basis of the above, we believe that these venues offer important to begin to define a household as a construction have defined a specific pattern in terms of size and construction techniques, with remnants artefactual (stone tools, pottery, seeds, and remains bones of animals), and a level of occupancy. Finally, based on the analysis of pottery and architectural features in the area suggest the hypothesis that the chronology of the site correspond to the period of transition between Early and Middle considered the province of La Rioja.

Palabras clave : El Puesto; Household; Pottery; Aguada; Bones remanis; Lithic.

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