Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).

The presented document is an actualized synthesis of the Central Valley Archeology with a specific mention to the occidental sector. It details profusely the substantive information derived from scientific investigations, made by different specialists, which allow us to talk assertively of the lifes...

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Main Authors: Arias Quirós, Ana Cecilia, Murillo Herrera, Mauricio
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Published: Escuela de Historia Universidad Nacional 2015
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spelling RepoUNACR118472018-10-30T20:47:20Z Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.). Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.). Arias Quirós, Ana Cecilia Murillo Herrera, Mauricio Central Valley; complex societies; socio-cultural production; archaeology. Valle Central; sociedades complejas; producción socio-cultural; arqueología. The presented document is an actualized synthesis of the Central Valley Archeology with a specific mention to the occidental sector. It details profusely the substantive information derived from scientific investigations, made by different specialists, which allow us to talk assertively of the lifestyles of the ancient inhabitants of this territory. We also mentioned about the type of population that should have had the Occidental sector of the Central Valley, with emphasis in the environmental characteristics that allowed, along cultural decisions, to develop more diverse and complex societies. We had used theoretical elements that allowed us to amalgamate that substantive information and in consequence to collaborate in the reconstruction on these ancient human groups, that inhabited our ancestral territory. This document is also, a tribute to San Jose, our Capital in its two hundred anniversary of holding the status of City, this sometimes chaotic city is holder of an ancient history, diverse, multicausal, the same as now, it sheltered human groups capable of interact with nature as from a determined social-cultural production. El trabajo que presentamos es una síntesis actualizada de la arqueología del Valle Central, con una mención específica al sector occidental. Se detalla profusamente la información sustantiva derivada de investigaciones científicas, realizadas por diferentes especialistas, que nos permite referirnos asertivamente de las formas de vida de los pobladores ancestrales de este territorio. Hablamos acerca del tipo de poblamiento que debió haber tenido el sector occidental del Valle Central, enfatizamos en las características medioambientales que permitieron, junto a decisiones culturales, desarrollar sociedades complejas y diversas. Utilizamos elementos teóricos para amalgamar esa información sustantiva y, en consecuencia, colaborar en la reconstrucción de esos grupos humanos antiguos, que poblaron nuestro territorio ancestral. El trabajo es, también, un homenaje a San José, nuestra capital, en su doscientos aniversario de ostentar el estatus de ciudad. Esta ciudad, a veces caótica, es portadora de una historia antigua, diversa y multicausal; al igual que ahora, albergó grupos humanos capaces de relacionarse con la naturaleza a partir de una producción socio-cultural determinada. 2015-06-09 2015-11-06T16:32:07Z 2015-11-06T16:32:07Z 2015-11-06 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Artículo revisado por pares http://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/6674 http://hdl.handle.net/11056/11847 eng spa http://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/6674/6807 http://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/6674/6808 application/pdf application/pdf Escuela de Historia Universidad Nacional Revista de Historia; No 70 (2014): Revista de Historia No. 70; 197-226
institution Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica
collection Repositorio UNA-Costa Rica
language Inglés
Español
topic Central Valley; complex societies; socio-cultural production; archaeology.
Valle Central; sociedades complejas; producción socio-cultural; arqueología.
spellingShingle Central Valley; complex societies; socio-cultural production; archaeology.
Valle Central; sociedades complejas; producción socio-cultural; arqueología.
Arias Quirós, Ana Cecilia
Murillo Herrera, Mauricio
Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).
description The presented document is an actualized synthesis of the Central Valley Archeology with a specific mention to the occidental sector. It details profusely the substantive information derived from scientific investigations, made by different specialists, which allow us to talk assertively of the lifestyles of the ancient inhabitants of this territory. We also mentioned about the type of population that should have had the Occidental sector of the Central Valley, with emphasis in the environmental characteristics that allowed, along cultural decisions, to develop more diverse and complex societies. We had used theoretical elements that allowed us to amalgamate that substantive information and in consequence to collaborate in the reconstruction on these ancient human groups, that inhabited our ancestral territory. This document is also, a tribute to San Jose, our Capital in its two hundred anniversary of holding the status of City, this sometimes chaotic city is holder of an ancient history, diverse, multicausal, the same as now, it sheltered human groups capable of interact with nature as from a determined social-cultural production.
format Artículo
author Arias Quirós, Ana Cecilia
Murillo Herrera, Mauricio
author_sort Arias Quirós, Ana Cecilia
title Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).
title_short Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).
title_full Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).
title_fullStr Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).
title_full_unstemmed Las sociedades ancestrales del Valle Central de la actual Costa Rica (1000 a.C.-1550 d.C.).
title_sort las sociedades ancestrales del valle central de la actual costa rica (1000 a.c.-1550 d.c.).
publisher Escuela de Historia Universidad Nacional
publishDate 2015
url http://www.revistas.una.ac.cr/index.php/historia/article/view/6674
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