jueves, 12 de octubre de 2017

Eventos (5)

La Prehistoria que une ambas costas - Diario de Mallorca  / Link 2
Exposición Promontoris i murades, els assentaments costaners a l´edat del bronze a Mallorca i Menorca, un proyecto impulsado por la Associació d´Amics del Museu d´Història de Manacor y los ayuntamientos de los dos municipios, con el apoyo económico de los Consells insulares... 
6 de octubre a 18 de noviembre. Ciutadella.

Olduvai: la cuna de la humanidad - MAN
Jornada de presentación de los proyectos de investigadores españoles en Olduvai (Tanzania), uno de los lugares clásicos de la arqueología sobre los orígenes del género Homo...
Miércoles, 25 de octubre.
Organiza: Departamento de Prehistoria, Museo Arqueológico Nacional

III Ciclo de Conferencias “Patrimonio Cultural: Modelos y Figuras de Gestión
Museo de Guadalajara
Viernes, 27 de octubre.  

II Jornadas de Patrimonio Trigueros : Congreso Internacional de Arte Rupestre / Link 2
16 y 17 de Noviembre de 2017.
TRIGUEROS

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Apre il Museo della Preistoria di Nardò, sabato 14 ottobre l'inaugurazione  / Link 2 

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Actualización: vídeos. Olduvai: la cuna de la humanidad 

4,500yo ‘fashionable’ male skeleton wearing jewelry found in Turkey


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Archaeologists have uncovered a 4,500-year-old skeleton wearing jewelry from an early Bronze Age village in Turkey. The site has also revealed female skeletons were buried with weapons.

The discovery was made in the northern Turkish province of Corum, at the excavation site of the Ugurludag village of Resuloglu. The village is believed to have continued to be inhabited up to the Ottoman period.

The burial site revealed the inhabitants followed fashion trends, based on the jewellery found on their skeletons. They were found to have anklets, bracelets and necklaces.

“They followed the outside fashion in an indirect way and they tried to apply the art of the outdoors here themselves, especially in the ladies' dresses and ornaments,” Yenikonya reports Ankara University Professor and director of excavation Tayfun Yildirim as saying.

“The ornamental items we find in the cemetery are not only used by women but by men as well.”

"The burials gave us important information about the beliefs of the people living 4,500 years ago,” Yildirim said. “We have valuable information about the death gifts and beliefs of the locals here.”

Yildirim also explained that some of the women’s tombs contained a variety of weapons.

“If you find a weapon when we open the tomb today, you can imagine that it belongs directly to men, but we discovered in some women's graves there are weapons as status symbols on women's graves aged between 50 and 55 years old,” he said. “If a dagger is in the woman's grave, they also show that they love the weapon at the same time.”

Archaeologists have determined the village’s residents were skilled at mining and agriculture, based on the clay and metal artefacts found there. The people are believed to have been Caucasian and of Mesopotamian origin. RT News

Reconstruyen en Perú el rostro de la 'Dama de los Cuatro Broches' 4.500 años después


 
Un grupo de investigadores emplea el cráneo de una mujer de la civilización caral para recrear su rostro por ordenador. 

En abril de 2016, en la zona costera de Aspero (Perú) unos investigadores hallaron un cráneo de unos 4.500 años de antigüedad y gravemente deformado que pertenecía a una mujer de la civilización caral, caracterizada por la igualdad entre los géneros.

Pese a su mal estado, esos arqueólogos lograron establecer que se trataba de la calavera de una mujer posteriormente bautizada como la 'Dama de los Cuatro Tupus', voz quechua que refiere a un broche largo.

Los especialistas recurrieron al diseño computerizado para tratar de representar el rostro de esa persona, que murió cuando tenía entre 40 y 50 años y tendría una importante posición social, según asegura la directora de la Zona Arqueológica Caral, Ruth Shady... (Vídeo 1) RT

Vídeo 1. Face Of The Lady With The Four Brooches Recreated.. Ver en PaleoVídeos > L.R.2.14 nº 20.


Face of the Lady with the Four Brooches recreated | Daily Mail Online / Link 2
Face of the Lady with the Four Brooches, a Peruvian noble in the gender-equal Caral civilisation, is revealed with a reconstruction of her 4,500-year-old skull... (Video 2)


Vídeo 3. Ancient Caral woman's face reconstructed in 3D.. Ver en PaleoVídeos > L.R.2.14 nº 21.


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