Ditches do not always enclose. At May 15th it will be presented the study of a ditch that was used as an atrium to access several funerary hypogea and was itself used for secondary depositions of human remains, some cremated and some don’t. It is dated from the Chalcolithic and is located next to the large complex of enclosures of Porto Torrão (South Portugal).
Friday, February 24, 2017
0362 - Ditch of Carrascal 2 presentation
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Etiquetas: aa_Ditched enclosures, Carrascal 2
Friday, February 10, 2017
0361 - A new possible ditched site in Lisbon
In excavation by ERA Arqueologia, there is a new prehistoric site in the center of Lisbon, possibly Neolithic, that shows a small irregular ditch, very similar to the ones excavated in the Neolithic site of Senhora da Alegria (Combra, central Portugal).
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Thursday, February 2, 2017
0360 - Some notes about the meeting Enclosing Worlds
A short overview of the meeting (in Portuguese) here.
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Etiquetas: aa_Ditched enclosures, Scientific Reunions
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