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ANGIORAMA, Carlos et al. The south of Pozuelos (Jujuy, Argentina) before 1000 A.D. first archaeological evidences. Comechingonia [online]. 2013, vol.17, n.2, pp.217-235. ISSN 1851-0027.

This article aims to present the archaeological evidences prior to 1.000 AD recorded in the area of the South of Pozuelos, the oldest reported until this moment for the region. These are less abundant compared to those of recent times, and include rock art, pottery fragments and lithic materials found on the surface. We have not detected so far neither human occupations in caves or rockshelters, nor architecture that can be assigned to this temporary period. Based on the information presented it is suggested that the archaic occupation of the region would have been more intense and widespread than the early formative presence, and that the gradual decrease in the amount of archaeological evidence as we move forward in time, would have considerably accelerated in the first millennium AD. This would reflect a relative depopulation of the South of Pozuelos until 1.200 AD, when the number of inhabitants in the area of study would have exponentially increased.

Palavras-chave : Pozuelos; Puna of Jujuy; Archaic period; Formative period.

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