EVANS, Clifford
  • Lowland South America. Prehistoric Man in the New World, edited by Jesse D. Jennings and Edward Norbeck, Chicago 1964, pp. 419-450, 1 mapa no texto. Bibliografia.

Considerando a literatura até 1963, o autor dá uma sinopse da pré-história dos habitantes de duas áreas sul-americanas, isto é, da banhada pelas águas do sistema fluvial Amazonas-Orinoco e da compreendida pela bacia do Paraná. Encarando cronologicamente estas divisões geográficas, isto é, "from the early hunters to the arrival of the Europeans", especifica: "Beginning with the Amazon-Orinoco drainage, the archeology of each area will be discussed in a frame work of four levels or stages of development: the hunting-and-gathering stage, sometimes called Paleo-Indian or Archaic; the Incipient Agricultural; the Tropical Forest slash-and-burn agricultural; and the Sub-Andean, more intensely agricultural." (p. 421).

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