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The Pathiana Archaeological Landscapes Project (Senegal)

AuthorsCanós-Donnay, Sirio
Issue Date9-Nov-2019
CitationAfrican Archaeology Research Day (2019)
AbstractLocated in southern Senegal, the area traditionally known as Pathiana is one of the most underdeveloped parts of Senegal and one that has been marginalised politically and economically since colonial times. Historically, however, this small (30x40 km) territory has been a key and powerful political actor that has deeply shaped the history of the Senegambia over the last millennium and survived through the rise and fall of at least three different states in the region. Building on my PhD work in the wider Upper Casamance, this project now aims to systematically document the archaeology of Pathiana and to understand how its political power structures changed and adapted over time, with a particular focus on their articulation and materialisation through the landscape
DescriptionResumen del trabajo presentado en el African Archaeology Research Day, celebrado en Londres (Gran Bretaña), el 9 de noviembre de 2019
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