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      Coexistencia de diseños tecno-estilísticos en el Período Tardío Preincaico: el caso del entierro en urna del bebé de La Troya (Tinogasta, Catamarca, Argentina) Translated title: Techno-stylistic designs coexistence in Preincaic Late Period: the case of urn burial of the Infant of La Troya (Tinogasta, Catamarca province, Argentina)

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          Se presentan las características formales y tecno-estilísticas del continente y contenido de un entierro de párvulo en urna recuperado al sur del río La Troya en el Bolsón de Fiambalá (Departamento de Tinogasta, Catamarca). Se comparan las piezas del continente y el acompañamiento con las recuperadas en entierros similares extra- regionales, como así también de adultos en cistas procedentes de la región de estudio. Se discute la significación de la práctica mortuoria cuyos objetos cerámicos marcan la coexistencia de estilos decorativos propios de culturas diferentes del Período Tardío o de Desarrollos Regionales de la provincia de Catamarca.

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          This paper presents the morphological and techno-stylistic characteristics of both the container and the contents of an urn burial of an infant recovered south of La Troya River in the Bolsón de Fiambalá (Department of Tinogasta, Catamarca Province). The vessels that constitute the container and offerings are compared with those recovered in similar extra-regional burials and others that come from funerary contexts of adults in cistas (cists) located within the study area. The paper discusses the signification of the mortuary practice, the ceramic objects of which signal the coexistence of decorative styles characteristic of different cultures of the Late Period or of the Regional Development Period in Catamarca Province.

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              Mortuary Practices and the Study of Prehistoric Social Systems

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                Intersecciones en antropología
                Intersecciones antropol.
                Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Facultad de Ciencias Sociales (Olavarría, Buenos Aires, Argentina )
                1850-373X
                December 2007
                : 0
                : 8
                : 69-85
                Affiliations
                [01] orgnameUBA orgdiv1FFyL orgdiv2Museo Etnográfico Juan B. Ambrosetti
                [02] orgnameUNCa orgdiv1Escuela de Arqueología
                [03] orgnameCONICET
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                S1850-373X2007000100006
                8c931710-70d1-47a7-9595-beff701292a9

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

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                : 10 March 2006
                : 30 June 2005
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                Entierro en urna,Ceramic Analysis,Late Period,Urn Burial,Análisis cerámico,Período Tardío

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