ESTRATEGIAS DE SUBSISTENCIA DE CAZADORES RECOLECTORES DE ISLA DAWSON (ESTRECHO DE MAGALLANES) DURANTE LA SEGUNDA MITAD DEL HOLOCENO: PRIMERAS APROXIMACIONES

Abstract : The development of an archaeological survey on the coast of Dawson and Wickham island, located in a strategic position between different path roads that connect the central portion of the Magellan strait with the fueguian archipelago, allowed detecting 27 sites that correspond to former marine hunter-gatherer camps of the inhabitants of the zone. The accomplishment of excavations in six of these sites allowed recovering an interesting set of archaeological fauna remains. From the analysis of these assemblages, we describe the main observed characteristics and offer a first panorama referred to the subsistence of the groups that lived in this zone of the fueguian archipelago.
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Dominique Legoupil, Béarez Philippe, Christine Lefèvre, Manuel San Román, Jimena Torres. ESTRATEGIAS DE SUBSISTENCIA DE CAZADORES RECOLECTORES DE ISLA DAWSON (ESTRECHO DE MAGALLANES) DURANTE LA SEGUNDA MITAD DEL HOLOCENO: PRIMERAS APROXIMACIONES. Magallania, Universidad de Magallanes, 2011, 39 (2), pp.153-164. ⟨hal-02093153⟩

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