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Boletín del Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

versión On-line ISSN 0718-6894

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PASTOR, Sebastián. THE ROCK ART OF NORTHERN GUASAPAMPA AND SERREZUELA: LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND SOCIAL REPRODUCTION IN THE CÓRDOBA HILLS (ARGENTINA). Bol. Mus. Chil. Arte Precolomb. [online]. 2012, vol.17, n.1, pp.95-115. ISSN 0718-6894.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-68942012000100006.

This paper presents the results of research conducted in four areas of the northern Guasapampa Valley and Serrezuela Hills, in the western part of Córdoba Province, Argentina. The analysis focuses on rock art panels, specifically on the figurative motifs that comprise one of the most conspicuous archaeological materialities of this sector. The evaluation considers the formal aspects of representation (design types, themes, execution techniques) as well as their context (rock support selection, visibility conditions and other practices associated with rock art production and observation). The analysis suggests considerable local variability, despite the small geographical scale of the research area, pointing to the differential participation of this materiality in establishing and defining social relations among groups inhabiting the area in pre-Hispanic times.

Palabras clave : rock art; landscape construction; social reproduction; local variability; forest resources; water wells.

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