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Beyond Waters: Archaeology and Environmental History of the Amazonian Inland

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Title: Beyond Waters: Archaeology and Environmental History of the Amazonian Inland
Editors: Stenborg, Per
Issue Date: 2016
Extent: 129 s.
Publication type: book
Publisher: University of Gothenburg
Organization: Department of Historical Studies
Series/Report no.: GOTARC series A
Keywords: Pre-Columbian Archaeology
Terra Preta
Amazonian Dark Earh (ADE)
Landscape Archaeology
Pottery Studies
Amazonian Inland
Poços de Água
Curt Nimuendajú
Environmental History
Complementary Production
Cultivated Wilderness
Abstract: This book is one of the outcomes of the project Cultivated Wilderness: Socio-economic development and environmental change in pre-Columbian Amazonia ( The project has particularly focused on the previously relatively unknown prehistory of the Amazonian hinterland. Our work has revealed that pre-Columbian settlements in the Santarém region in the State of Pará, Brazilian Amazonas, were not (as formerly often assumed) limited to the vicinities of permanent wa... more
ISBN: 978-91-85245-66-6 (pdf)
978-91-85245-60-7 (print)
ISSN: 1403-8293
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