CREMONTE Maria Beatriz
capítulos de libros
POTTERY MANUFACTURE IN QUEBRADA LA CUEVA (QUEBRADA DE HUMAHUACA, JUJUY, ARGENTINA). PETROGRAPHY OF CERAMIC PASTES FROM THE PUKARA DE LA CUEVA (HUM.06) AND ANTIGUITO (ANT) SITES
RAMUNDO, P.; CREMONTE, M. B.
Vessels Explored: Applying Archaeometry to South American Ceramics and their Production
British Archaeological Series, U.K.
Año: 2016; p. 37 - 46
This paper presents the results of qualitative and quantitative petrographic characterization (with point counting) of 35 pastes from several vessels recovered from Pukara de La Cueva (HUM.06) and the Antiguito (ANT) site Quebrada La Cueva , Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina). The sample (stylistically attributed to the Regional Developments II and Inca periods) almost exclusively reflects reports the geological lithological features typical of the landscape around Pukara de La Cueva (HUM.06), where the Puncoviscana Formation is dominant. We propose that during the later occupation, pottery was primarily locally manufactured, providing limited evidence of regional interaction.