viernes, 2 de septiembre de 2011
The association of ditched enclosures to funerary practices and contexts is increasing. A workshop on the matter is starting to be designed.
In the mean time, in Sector Q of Perdigões, the excavations of this Summer provided more evidences about cremations. Several deposits revealed several hundred (not to say thousands) fragments of scattered human burned bones, associated to burned artefacts, mainly harrow heads and ivory idols (or other ivory artefacts not identifiable)... Portuguese Prehistoric Enclosures
Perdigões en el Archivo del noticiario
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