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Trabajo experimental para el entendimiento del uso ritual de Gynerium sagittatum “caña brava” y Typha angustifolia “enea”

Abstract : Since the beginning of processual archeology, experimentation has played a crucial role in understanding the dynamics of the past from current models. In this context, the experimental study of micro vestiges has been gaining ground in many parts of the world, but has been little used by local researchers. This first experimental work consisted in the burning of vegetal species of: “caña brava” and “enea”, to later take samples of ashes that have been observed in the microscope, being able to identify remains parenchymas and phytoliths. This work should serve as a sample of references to future research and specially to understand the use of fire in complex pre-Hispanic societies.
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Feren Castillo Luján. Trabajo experimental para el entendimiento del uso ritual de Gynerium sagittatum “caña brava” y Typha angustifolia “enea”. Archaeobios, Centro de Investigaciones Arqueobiológicas y Paleoecológicas Andinas, 2017, pp.67-80. ⟨hal-02430131⟩

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