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Intersecciones en antropología

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COSTA ANGRIZANI, Rodrigo. Gestión de los recursos líticos en las ocupaciones guaraní del alto río Uruguay (Brasil): Resultados del estudio de los sitios Itajubá 1 y Três Bocas 2. Intersecciones antropol. [online]. 2015, vol.16, n.3, pp. 423-437. ISSN 1850-373X.

Guaraní archeology has largely been devoted to the study of pottery, considered distinctive for identifying this tradition in the archaeological record. Lithic materials, in contrast, have received little attention. They are presented in a simplistic and descriptive way. Only recently, and mainly within the framework of regional research, has lithic technology in association with Guaraní pottery begun to be studied more systematically. This paper characterizes lithic resource management in archaeological contexts associated with Guaraní occupations from the Upper Uruguay River. The results of the lithic analysis from Itajubá 1 and Três Bocas 2 sites (Porto Mauá, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil) are presented in which tool reduction processes are reconstructed, and the technical steps and manufacturing stages carried out at these sites inferred. This data is connected to raw material availability and distribution within the landscape. The selection of rocks is characterized and the processes of the supply of raw materials identified.

Palabras clave : Guarani Archaeology; Lithic technology; Upper Uruguay River; Rio Grande do Sul State.

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