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Hallazgos de cerámica campaniforme en contextos de arte rupestre

Other TitlesBell beaker findings in rock art contexts
AuthorsSeoane-Veiga, Yolanda ; Prieto-Martínez, M. Pilar ; Dal Zovo, Cecilia
Issue DateMay-2011
Citation15th Bell Beaker International Conference (2011)
AbstractWe present the results of an excavation in a rock carvings site called A Ferradura, at Amoeiro (Ourense, Spain) where a bell beaker fragment has been documented in a rock art context. Even though the association between archaeological material and rock art has always been treated as "problematic", this exceptional finding allows a reflection on rock art sites as long term, non-domestic activities areas. Unluckly, it is also impossible to establish any direct association in the present case study at A Ferradura petroglyph site. Nonetheless, one of the ascertained activities is referred to the moment of use of the bell beaker. Other examples of the same knotty findings in the region will be finally reported in order to highlight the interest of this kind of cases in rock art studies.
DescriptionPonencia presentada en el 15th Bell Beaker International Conference: From Atlantic to Ural, celebrado en Poio (Pontevedra) del 5 al 9 de mayo de 2011.
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