Study of the ceramic of Alvorada archaeological site, region of Aguapeí River, State of São Paulo
AbstractThe study of the ceramic of Alvorada archaeological site, situated in Junqueirópolis City, State of São Paulo, aimed at getting information about indigenous population that occupied the area. Due to the characteristics of the site and the gaps existent in the regional and historical memory, the incorporation of this information is extremely valuable to the regional and national memory. The ceramic found at Alvorada Archaeological Site has characteristics of Tupiguarani ceramic, although we have found traces of another archaeological tradition, which implies contact between peoples that speak either tupiguarani and Jê language or their derivations.
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