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Techno-morphological and morpho-functional analysis of the lithic assemblages from El Remate site (Amaicha del Valle, Tucumán)

Germano, Flavia M.
   
Editor:
Arqueología
Arqueología
Fecha:
2018-06-29
Tipo de documento: 
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Formato:
application/pdf
Idioma:
spa
Temas:
Lithic technology; Production sequence; Amaicha del Valle - Tecnología lítica; Secuencia de producción; Amaicha del Valle
Descripción:
In this article, we present the techno-morphological and morphological-functional analysis of the lithic assemblages from a surface collection transect, and the excavations of a housing enclosure at El Remate site (Amaicha del Valle, Tucumán). AMS dates suggest two occupations for the site (900 years BP and 1130 years BP). Our aim is to establish the lithic production sequence developed by the groups that inhabited the site, define the different technological activities, and analyze trends related to the procurement and use of raw materials according to its availability and accessibility. The data obtained allowed us to suggest that there was a predominant use of local raw materials in the manufacture of instruments, and the presence of all production sequence stages on site. In turn, this is an important contribution to lithic technology knowledge for the Formative period in these valleys.
En este trabajo se presenta el análisis tecno-morfológico y morfológico-funcional de los conjuntos líticos procedentes de una transecta de recolección superficial y de las excavaciones de un recinto habitacional del sitio El Remate (Amaicha del Valle, Tucumán). Dataciones por AMS permitieron establecer dos ocupaciones para el sitio (900 años AP y 1130 años AP). El objetivo es establecer la secuencia de producción lítica desarrollada por los grupos que habitaron el área, definir las diferentes actividades tecnológicas y analizar aspectos relacionados con la obtención y uso de las materias primas de acuerdo a la disponibilidad y accesibilidad de las mismas. Los datos obtenidos nos permiten plantear el predominio del uso de materias primas locales para la confección de instrumentos y la presencia de todas las etapas de la secuencia de producción en el sitio. Esto constituye un importante aporte para el conocimiento de la tecnología lítica del período Formativo en los valles.
Fuente:
Arqueología; Vol. 24, núm. 2 (2018); 43-65
Relación:
http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/5000/4514
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Cita bibliográfica:

Germano, Flavia M.  (2018-06-29).  Techno-morphological and morpho-functional analysis of the lithic assemblages from El Remate site (Amaicha del Valle, Tucumán).  (info:eu-repo/semantics/article).  Arqueología - Arqueología.  [consultado:  ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires:  <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/Arqueologia/article/view/5000>