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Cuadernos de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales. Universidad Nacional de Jujuy

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DE FEO, Carlos Alberto; FERNANDEZ, Ana María  y  RAVINA, María Gabriela. The upstream of Río Grande de San Juan and their relations with adjacent areas during the last moment of cultural prehispanic development. Cuad. Fac. Humanid. Cienc. Soc., Univ. Nac. Jujuy [online]. 2007, n.32, pp.135-149. ISSN 1668-8104.

Conclusions of archaeological studies at the upstream of Río Grande de San Juan (Province of Jujuy, Argentina) are stated. Studies dealt here, were done in Abra de Lagunas, Orosmayo river area, in Guayatayoc and Pajchela, nearby Cusi Cusi. Sites emplacement and location, settlement pattern, agricultural and cattle-raising constructions, elements related with ritual and/or social activities like menhirs, hillocks among other things, "hornos" (chullpas) with circular or elliptical base and roof in false vault, pottery and pots in stone, wood and bone were analyzed. Later, a comparative analysis of these indicators with those of surrounding districts was made, specifically medium stream of Río Grande de San Juan, lake of Vilama, Yavi, Pozuelos, Rinconada, Cochinoca, Casabindo and Susques (Province of Jujuy) and Lípez (south of Bolivia). Typical characteristics were observed so much in the environmental features of the region as in the the cultured recovered contexts. These facts bring up as a hypothesis that in this region there is a relative cultural singularity, though it has some similitudes with the nearby areas. It is concluded that during the Late-Inca Period, the headwaters of Río Grande de San Juan could have been not only an emplacement on the way but also one of permanent occupation.

Palabras clave : Adjacent areas; Archaeology; Interrelations; Late-Inca Period; Río Grande de San Juan.

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