Archaeological impact assessment in the center of Cordoba city, Argentina. The case of Ituzaingó 249

This paper presents preliminary results of an archaeological impact assessment in the center of Córdoba city. A total of 1,933 objects, corresponding to fragments of metal, crockery, pottery, and faunal remains were recovered and characterized. At the same time, some structures were revealed, which...

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Autores principales: Brizuela, Camila, Mignino, Julián
Formato: Artículo publishedVersion Informes de investigación
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Asociación de Arqueólogos Profesionales de la República Argentina 2020
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Acceso en línea:http://plarci.org/index.php/lazarandadeideas/article/view/427
http://suquia.ffyh.unc.edu.ar/handle/suquia/10160
Aporte de:Suquía - Instituto de Antropología de Córdoba (IDACOR, CONICET y UNC) de Universidad Nacional de Córdoba Ver origen
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Sumario:This paper presents preliminary results of an archaeological impact assessment in the center of Córdoba city. A total of 1,933 objects, corresponding to fragments of metal, crockery, pottery, and faunal remains were recovered and characterized. At the same time, some structures were revealed, which account for the diversity of materials and construction techniques. With the aim of preserving the cultural heritage found, all the recovered artifacts were recorded, described and managed, as an evidence of the occupational history of a residential site during the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries. These first approaches allowed us to contribute to the studies of the dynamics and use of urban spaces, enriching and complementing the documentary history of the city. Besides, it was possible to demonstrate the importance of acting against the negative impacts that new buildings can produce on local archaeological heritage.