Ceramic technology Guarani and experimental study of ceramic variabilit
This article presents some results of research performed with Experimental
Archaeology on ceramic technology Guarani, the area of the Lower
Watershed Project Paranapanema (ProjPar), specifically, the plastic finish outer
surface. Experimental tests allowed to assess some of the thinking skills that
involve the work of (a) potter and demonstrate the technical aspects of making
ceramics related to the choices of individuals.
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