Archaeology of the Brazil’s first gold casting house, Iguape, SP
The objective of this article is to present the results of archaeological research carried out in the backyard of the house where today is located the Iguape city Municipal Museum. The archaeological excavation aimed to confirm the appointment of the site have been originally the first gold casting house, since due to the various transformations suffered by construction, did not exist at the present time no material evidence of this ancient activity. The survey showed the remnants which confirmed the gold casting activity on the ground proving the historical information.
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