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Ancient Hunting Strategies in Southern South America

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Beschreibung

This book presents the state of the art for the studies of strategies and tactics for the procurement of preys in Argentina in different regions and chronologies (from the end of the Pleistocene until historic moments). The chapters are related to the performance of these practices in hunter-gatherer, shepherd and farmer societies. From the environmental point of view, they show cases in diverse areas such as plains, mountains, forests, sea coast, steppes and puna. Likewise, the range of preys considered includes ungulates (camelids and deer), runner birds (Rhea pennata) and minor prey (mammals and fish).

The book is aimed at professionals and students of archaeology interested in the analysis of tactics and strategies for prey capture. Every chapter offers an important contribution in theoretical, methodological and technical terms. In addition, these works possess a high comparative value on study cases of very different chronologies and environments of the Southern hemisphere.

This book is a result of the 1st Workshop 'Strategies and tactics in order to obtain preys in the past: its discussion from the integration of different lines of evidence' which was conducted in San Rafael, Mendoza, Argentina, between the 8th and 10th of August, 2018. 



Inhalt

  1. Presentation. Juan Bautista Belardi, Damián Bozzuto, Pablo Marcelo Fernández, Enrique Moreno and Gustavo Neme.
  2. Ancient hunting strategies of wild camelids through the study of multiple lines of evidence at South America (Southern Argentinian puna), Carlos Aschero, Jorge Martínez and Enrique Moreno.
  3. The Whole Year Round Hunting of Guanaco (Lama guanicoe). Hunter-Gatherer Lansdcape Use in the Viedma Lake Basin (Southern Patagonia, Argentina). Juan Bautista Belardi, Flavia Carballo Marina and Gustavo Barrientos.
  4. The introduction of the bow and arrow across South America's southern threshold between foodproducing societies and hunter gatherers: geographical and chronological patterns, environmental and technological discontinuities. Silvina Castro, Lucía Yebra, Valeria Cortegoso, Erik Marsh, Agustín Castillo, Agustina Rughini and María Victoria Fernández.
  5. Hunting techniques along the rain shadow gradient in North-central Patagonia, Argentina. Pablo Marcelo Fernández and Mariana Carballido Calatayud.
  6. Today´s specialguanaco: Integrating evidences about prey procurement in northwestern Santa Cruz. Natalia Fernández; Nicolás Maveroff; Mariana Sacchi; Damián Bozzuto; Carlos Aschero and Teresa Civalero
  7. Technological strategies and guaranteed return: hunting blinds and patagonic plateaus. Josefina Flores Coni, Juan Dellepiane, Gisela Cassiodoro, Rafael Goñi and Agustín Agnolin
  8. Position and characteristics of hunting blinds in the Southern End of the Deseado Massif: information about hunting strategies during the Late Holocene. Nora Franco, Lucas Vetrisano, Brenda Gilio, Natalia Cirigliano and Pablo Bianchi.
  9. Fish capture in pampean atlantic littoral during middle Holocene. Romina Frontini, Cristina Bayón and Rodrigo Vecchi.
  10. Hunting of Rheidae in South America. Miguel Giardina, Clara Otaola and Fernando Franchetti.
  11. Assessing possible strategies of coypu hunting in the Salado River Depression (Buenos Aires province). María Isabel González, Paula Escosteguy, Mónica Salemme, Magdalena Frère, Celeste Weitzel and Rodrigo Vecchi.
  12. Projectile point designs, weapon systems and hunting practices in the transition to food production in Antofagasta de la Sierra, Argentinian puna: problem and data discussion. Salomon Hocsman and Martín Alderete.
  13. Guanaco hunting strategies in the Southeastern Pampean region during the late Holocene. Cristian Kaufmann, María Clara Álvarez, Gustavo Messineo, Paula Barros, Guillermo Heider and Mariano Bonomo.
  14. Tiny arrowpoints, bone-tipped projectiles and foraging during the Late Prehispanic Period (Sierras of Córdoba, Argentina). Matías Medina and Imanol Balena.
  15. The hunting strategies of the hunter-gatherers of the Deseado Massif (Santa Cruz) and the Somoncura (Rio Negro). An approach from multiple lines of evidence. Laura Miotti, Laura Marchionni, Darío Hermo, Enrique Terranova, Lucía Magnin, Eloisa García Aniño, Virginia Lynch, Bruno Mosquera and Jorgelina Vargas Gariglio.
  16. Projectile points, weapon systems and hunting strategies in the Argentinian puna. Dilemmas, methods and confluences. Enrique Moreno and Federico Restifo.
  17. The role of small prey in human populations of Northwestern Patagonia and its implications. Diego Rindel, Florencia Gordon, Bruno Moscardi and Iván Perez.
  18. The circle is now complete. Several guanaco hunting tactics: interpretations from LV1 site. Fernando Santiago, Mónica Salemme, Nélida Pal, Alejandro Montes and Valeria Bártoli.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Ancient Hunting Strategies in Southern South America
Editor:
EAN: 9783030611873
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag
Genre: Altertum
Anzahl Seiten: 362
Veröffentlichung: 28.01.2021
Dateigrösse: 13.4 MB