Taima-Taima

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Petroglypha prae-Clovis apud Taima-Taima.

Taima-Taima est locus archaeologicus Pleistocaeni Exeuntis circa 20 chiliometra ad orientem Sanctae Annae de Coro in Falcón civitate Venetiolana situs.[1] Colonia humana ibi abhinc annorum 14 000 coepit. Locus investigatur ex 1962 ab Iosepho Cruxent (1911–2005), Alan Bryan, Rodolfo Casamiquela, Ruth Gruhn, et Claudio Ochsenius.[2]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Parque Arqueológico y Paleontológico Taima-Taima (locus).
  2. "Taima-Taima," The concise Oxford dictionary of archaeology (Novi Eboraci: Oxford University Press, 2002).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Jaimes Queros, A. 2003. El Vano, una nueva localidad paleo-india en el nor-occidente de Venezuela. Maguaré 17:46–64.
  • Ochsenius, C., et R. Gruhn, eds. 1979. Taima-taima: A Late Paleo-Indian Kill Site in Northernmost South America. Final Reports of the 1976 Excavations. CIPICS/South American Quaternary Documentation Program. Federal Republic of Germany.
  • Oliver, J. R., et C. S. Alexander. 2003. Ocupaciones humanas del Plesitoceno terminal en el Occidente de Venezuela. Maguare 17:83–246.

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