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“Antigüedades guanchinescas”. Comercio y coleccionismo de restos arqueológicos canarios

AuthorsOrtiz García, Carmen CSIC ORCID
KeywordsAntropología
Arqueología
Momias
Guanches
Restitución de restos humanos
Museos
Coleccionismo
Anthropology
Archeology
Mummies
Restitution of human remains
Museums
Collecting
Issue Date2016
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationCulture & History Digital Journal 5(2): e017 (2006)
Abstract[ES] Se propone un examen de largo recorrido de la historia del coleccionismo de cultura material y restos bioantropológicos de los antiguos pobladores de las Islas Canarias a partir del siglo XVIII. Este tráfico estuvo muy determinado por la presencia de momificación en sus ritos mortuorios y por la controversia académica sobre su origen étnico. Se analizan en el texto los diferentes agentes e intereses involucrados en el conocimiento y circulación internacional de objetos pertenecientes a los llamados “guanches”. Finalmente, se aborda la situación actual respecto a este tráfico y los últimos casos de traslado de momias y restos humanos de antiguos canarios conservados en distintos museos y colecciones.
[EN] “Guanchinescan Antiquities”. Commerce and collecting of archeological remains from the Canary Islands.- The aim of this paper is a long-term examination of the history of the collecting of material culture and bio-anthropological remains from the Canary Islands ancient settlers since the 18th century onward. This traffic of objects was determined to a great extent by the presence of mummification in their funerary rites and by the academic controversy surrounding their ethnic origins. In relation to these facts, the text analyzes the different agents and the different interests involved in the knowledge and the international circulation of these objects formerly belonging to the so-called “guanches.” Finally, the current situation of this traffic and the latest cases of moving of mummies and other human remains from ancient Canary Islanders that are preserved in museums or collections will be addressed.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2016.017
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/170151
DOI10.3989/chdj.2016.017
E-ISSN2253-797X
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