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By lourdes dominguez.

En Arqueología colonial cubana, los angeles autora
presenta dos trabajos de los angeles temática arqueo-
lógica realizados en sitios cuya datación abar-
ca los angeles etapa histórica colonial en nuestro país.
El primer trabajo. «La casa de l. a. Obrapia o
de Calvo de los angeles Puerta». hace un análisis de
este sitio colonial que se encuentra encla-
vado en l. a. Habana Vieja, donde se han
realizado varias etapas de excavación. en-
contrándose materiales cerámicos muy im-
portantes, los cuales han permitido hacer
un estudio sobre los angeles mayólica española de
los siglos XVI y XVII. los angeles mayólica mexicana
del XVlll y los angeles porcelana oriental contempo-
El segundo trabajo, «El Yayal». es un sitio
arqueológico de transculturación ¡ndohispá-
nica de grandes proporciones. ubicado en el
área holguinera; en el lugar se han encon-
trado objetos que pueden clasificarse como
transculturados. asi como elementos en el
ajuar indígena que denotan una convivencia
bastante dilatada entre españoles y abori-
genes. Este caso es único, hasta el momen-
to. en las Antillas. Los dos trabajos tienen
una amplia bibliografía y algunas ilustra-

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This has been attempted in Table 3-1, which can serve as an agenda for the next five chapters. A basic premise of this programmatic outline is that a site is part of a landscape that once was integral to a human ecosystem (Fedele, 1976). The physical record is much more than a spatial and temporal backdrop. ). Most geo-archaeological reports, some of my own included, have failed to focus on cultural factors in site formation, on physical disturbance and modification of cultural residues, and on the unique potential of this research mode in archaeological survey.

1974), Rapp (1975); Butzer (1973a, 1974a, 1975a, 1977c). More important than the history of an idea or a subdiscipline is the direction that future research will take in critical areas. For geo-archaeology, the primary concern remains a clear appreciation that goals and techniques are not identical. Rather than a repertoire of techniques or a processual counterpart to the traditional subfield of geochronology, geoarchaeology is first and foremost a conceptual approach. Consequently, this discussion of basic objectives will be elaborated in terms of the study components, the procedures, and the ultimate collaborative goals.

The pivotal role of human cognition is illustrated in the greatly simplified energy cycle shown in Figure 2-6, which omits the storage functions for "human biology" (population), "technology" (skills and capital), and "energy and material products" (surplus). This role is illustrated both by value systems and goal orientation that are not characteristic of simple ecosystems (Bennett, 1976:Chapter 3) and by the significance of group attitudes and decision-making bodies in the complex societies of the historical record.

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