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Estudios atacameños

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MUSCIO, Hernán J. Aproximación evolutiva a la    complejidad y al orden social temprano a través del estudio de representaciones    rupestres de la quebrada de Matancillas (Puna argentina). Estud. atacam. [online]. 2006, n.31, pp.9-30. ISSN 0718-1043.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-10432006000100003.

Based on the study of rock art in the gorge of Matancillas (Salta Province, Argentine Puna), this paper discusses, from an evolutionist perspective, a few aspects of social behavior during the Early Period in the region (1000 BC - 400 AD). In the local scale of analysis, it is argued that evidence suggests a heterogeneous society, with a wide diversity of social niches and an androcentric social order. In the meso-scale, the presence of geoglyphs and petroglyphs indicating routes of mobility and territories, suggests social organizations based on inter-group exchange. More particularly, we hold that this sort of cultural elaboration contributed to the reproduction of social institutions that derived from the competition over the access and use of productive spaces, where cultural transmission controlled the replication of rock-art designs and information regarding social behavior

Palavras-chave : social complexity; rock art; food production economies; evolutionary archaeology; cultural elaboration and sociobiology.

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