Evol. Anthropol volume 27, issue 3, P121-133 2018 DOI: 10.1002/evan.21587 View Full Text
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Pedro Da-Gloria, Mark Hubbe, Walter A. Neves

Abstract: The region of Lagoa Santa, Central-Eastern Brazil, provides an exceptional archeological record about Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene occupation of the Americas. Since the first interventions made by the Danish naturalist Peter Lund in the 19th century, hundreds of human skeletons have been exhumed in the region. These skeletons are complemented by a rich botanic, faunal, technological, and geomorphological archeological record. We explore here the contributions of Lagoa Santa material to the origins and lifes…

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