La evolución socio-cultural de la Amazonía prehispánica y colonial: Nuevas perspectivas en la investigación arqueológica y etnohistórica

Authors

  • Juan Carlos Solórzano Fonseca

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15359/rh.75.6

Keywords:

archaeology, ethno history, agriculture, demography, historiography, pre-Hispanic period, colonial period, Amazonia

Abstract

The Amazonia was longtime believed a barely inhabited region, with scattered hunter-gatherers tribes living there. This article, based on new research and findings, shows how, on the contrary, this territory had been densely populated. Socially complex villages occupied it throughout its pre-history times. It also exposes how the arrival of European was the start of the uprooting of local tribal organization and a severe population decline.

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2017-04-16

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“La evolución Socio-Cultural De La Amazonía prehispánica Y Colonial: Nuevas Perspectivas En La investigación arqueológica Y etnohistórica”. 2017. Revista De Historia, no. 75 (April): 185-205. https://doi.org/10.15359/rh.75.6.

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“La evolución Socio-Cultural De La Amazonía prehispánica Y Colonial: Nuevas Perspectivas En La investigación arqueológica Y etnohistórica”. 2017. Revista De Historia, no. 75 (April): 185-205. https://doi.org/10.15359/rh.75.6.

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