6 edition of El Inga, a Paleo-Indian site in the Sierra of northern Ecuador found in the catalog.
|Statement||William J. Mayer-Oakes.|
|Series||Transactions of the American Philosophical Society,, v. 76, pt. 4 (1986), Transactions of the American Philosophical Society ;, v. 76, pt. 4.|
|LC Classifications||F3721.1.I48 M39 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 235 p. :|
|Number of Pages||235|
|LC Control Number||86071457|
Ecuador’s indigenous nationalities represent just a tenth of Ecuador’s population of 16 million yet they have shown they are a political force too strong to be ignored. El Inga. The Inga lived in the Sierra near present day Quito. Evidence from their archeological site El Inca date the culture to BC. Several sites were excavated around and it is estimated this areas to be one of the most important in South America and existed along a once ancient trade route.
Dr. María-Auxiliadora Cordero is an archaeologist whose main focus is the growth of complex societies in the northern Andes. Her developing interests include the search for early Paleo Indian sites in northern highland Ecuador, where volcanism has impacted their visibility; the diffusion of the sweet potato from South America to the Pacific Islands; functional and chemical analysis of. The site was designated a National Historic Landmark in and in was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Lehner to the Bureau of Land Management for the benefit and education of the public. For more information about the Lehner Site, contact the Bureau of Land Management Sierra Vista Office, () Murray Springs Clovis Site.
Plan your visit to The northern sierra, Ecuador: find out where to go and what to do in The northern sierra with Rough Guides. Read about itineraries, activities, places to stay and travel essentials and get inspiration from the blog in the best guide to The northern sierra. Paleo-Indian Settlement Patterns Utilization of a Pleistocene Landscape Buried Paleo-Indian sites known to archaeologists are extremely rare; only twenty or so Paleo-Indian sites from all of North America have been excavated, and most of these are from the American West and Southwest. Surface finds of Clovis points, however, show that Paleo.
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76, No. 4 (), pp. i-xiv+ El Inga, a paleo-Indian site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador (principalmente El Inga, a paleo-Indian site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador), y el análisis de varias colecciones de superficie de sitios del Ilaló (i.e.
Chinchiloma, Pucara y San Cayetano), realizados por el suscrito luego de su ingreso en la Graduate School del. Linguistic Anthropology: El Inga: A Paleo-Indian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador. William J. June American Anthropologist. Dennis Joe Stanford; Read more.
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tailed information about a specific Paleo-Indian site in highland Ecuador. In the Biyan volume my William J. Mayer-Oakes paper (Mayer-Oakes b) was entitled "Early Man Projectile Points and Lithic Technology in the Ecuadorian Sierra," while the El Inga mono graph title labels El Inga as a "Paleo-Indian" site.
El Inga, a paleo-Indian site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador. (principalmente El Inga, a paleo-Indian site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador), y el análisis de varias colecciones de superficie de sitios del Ilaló (i.e. Chinchiloma, Pucara y San Cayetano), realizados por el suscrito luego de su ingreso en la Graduate School del.
Sites in Alaska (East Beringia) are where some of the earliest evidence has been found of Paleo-Indians, followed by archaeological sites in northern British Columbia, western Alberta and the Old Crow Flats region in the Yukon.
The Paleo-Indian would eventually flourish all over the Americas. These peoples were spread over a wide geographical area; thus there were regional variations in.
PDF | The El Inga site in Ecuador produced an important number of fishtail (or Fell) points. Early s conventional radiocarbon assays yielded dates | Find, read and cite all the research you.
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El sitio Abrigo Los Pinos: Arqueología de la ocupación Paleoindia, Tandilia Oriental, Provincia de Buenos Aires. In: Actas del XII Congreso Nacional de Arqueología Argentina.
El Inga. The Inga lived in the Sierra near present-day Quito. Evidence from the archeological site El Inca date the culture to – BC. Several sites were excavated around It is estimated this area is one of the most important in South America and existed along an ancient trade route.
El Inga: A Paleo-Indian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador (Transactions of the American Philosophical Society) Dec 1, by William J. Mayer-Oakes Paperback. Sierra (Ecuador) Sierra (Ecuador) the mountain region, covering ab square miles, or about one quarter of the nation.
Despite its location along the equator, the elevation of the sierra (often 9, feet and above) gives the region a temperate climate, what serranos call eternal springtime. Made up of two parallel branches of the Andes ( miles north to south), the sierra has ten.
W.J. Mayer-OakesEl Inga: a Paleo-Indian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 76 (4) (), pp. Google Scholar. The Northern Sierra’s landscape, people and food truly embody Ecuador. Situated at nearly 0 degrees latitude, the Northern Sierra is located on the namesake of Ecuador, the equator.
Connecting the northern cities is the Pan-American Highway, which winds through the high plains and valleys for roughly miles ( km) from Quito to the. Indigenous peoples in Ecuador, also Native Ecuadorians or Native Americans, are the groups of people who were present in what became Ecuador before the Spanish colonization of the term also includes their descendants from the time of the Spanish conquest to the present.
Their history, which encompasses the l years, reaches into the present; 25 percent of Ecuador's. Ecuador - Ecuador - People: The main ethnic groups of Ecuador include a number of Indian-language-speaking populations (often referred to as indigenous peoples or Amerindians) and highland and lowland Spanish-speaking mestizos (people of mixed Indian and European descent).
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