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LES HOMMES DE PAIJÁN (PEROU) DANS LE CONTEXTE PRECERAMIQUE ARCHAIQUE ET PALEO-INDIEN DE L'AMERIQUE DU SUD

Abstract : The paijan men, haunters and gatherers, who lived 10.000 years ago, represent the most evidence of huma, settlement in South America.The archeological age and number individuals (19) of this sample is exceptional. Th burials, individual ant primary tombs, are encountered in open air camps or lithics-workshops, on terraces which are in the arid valleys of Andes, and in the coastal desert. Taphonomic studies allowed to the funerary pratices in the paleo-indian context of South America. Anthropological description of the human remains, based on osteology, as well as statiscal uni and multivariate of the ancient ameridian populations (Lauricocha, La Tablada de Lurin, Huaca Prieta) and precolombian populations (Puerto Chicama and El Brujo), and sub-actual population of extreme south of América, provide new insights into the biological changes related to the preceramic-ceramic cultural transition , with supply of new genetic pool.
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Jean-Paul Lacombe. LES HOMMES DE PAIJÁN (PEROU) DANS LE CONTEXTE PRECERAMIQUE ARCHAIQUE ET PALEO-INDIEN DE L'AMERIQUE DU SUD. Anthropologie biologique. Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux I, 2000. Français. ⟨tel-00400792⟩

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