WILLIAMS Veronica Isabel
congresos y reuniones científicas
Pottery manufacture, proveniences, and pigments of pre inca and inca archaeological sites in Southern Andes
WILLIAMS V. I.
Congreso; 75 rd Annual Meeting Society for American Archaeology; 2010
Society for American Archaeology
Interdisciplinary in Archaeology put together different kinds of scientific methods, techniques or approaches in order to know human behavior in the past. In this opportunity I will try to offer a set of result about pottery production and use during pre Inca and Inca times in Northwest Argentina and North of Chile. Fragments from a couple of archaeological sites of those regions were analyzed by INAA; Raman microscopy x-ray powder difractometry and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy to determine manufacture, provenience, and the pigments used in the decoration of a couple of examples from Northwest Argentina archaeological sites from LIP and LH.