SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

SciELO - Scientific Electronic Library Online

Article References

STRAUSS, André. Possibilidades e limitações interpretativas da Hipótese Saxe/Goldstein. Bol. Mus. Para. Emílio Goeldi. Ciênc. hum. [online]. 2012, vol.7, n.2, pp. 525-546. ISSN 1981-8122.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S1981-81222012000200013.

    ARAUJO, A. G. M.; FEATHERS, J. K.; ARROYO-KALIN, M.; TIZUKA, M. M. Lapa das Boleiras rockshelter: stratigraphy and formation processes at a paleoamerican site in Central Brazil. Journal of Archaeological Science, v. 35, p. 3186-3202, 2008. [ Links ]

    BARTEL, B. A historical review of ethnological and archaeological analyses of mortuary practice. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, v. 1, p. 32-58, 1982. [ Links ]

    BEMENT, L. C. Hunter-gatherer mortuary practices during the Central Texas Archaic. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994. [ Links ]

    BINFORD, L. R. Willow smoke and dogs' tails: hunter-gatherer settlement systems and archaeological site formation. American Antiquity, v. 45, n. 1, p. 4-20, 1980. [ Links ]

    BINFORD, L. R. Mortuary practices: their study and their potential. In: BROWN, J. (Ed.). Approaches to the social dimensions of mortuary practices. Memoirs of the Society for American Archaeology, n. 25, p. 6-29, 1971. [ Links ]

    BINFORD, L. R. Archaeology as Anthropology. American Antiquity, v. 28, p. 217-225, 1962. [ Links ]

    BRANDT, S. A. Early Holocene mortuary practices and huntergatherer adaptations in southern Somalia. World Archaeology, v. 20, n. 1, p. 40-56, 1988. [ Links ]

    CARR, C. Mortuary Practices: their social, philosophical-religious, circumstantial, and physical determinants. Journal of Archaeological Method and theory, v. 2, n. 2, p. 105-200, 1995. [ Links ]

    CHAPMAN, R. W. Mortuary analysis: a matter of time. In: RAKITA, G. F. M.; BUIKSTRA, J. E.; BECK, L. A.; WILLIAMS, S. R. (Eds.). Interacting with the dead. Perspectives on mortuary archaeology for the New Millenium. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005. p. 25-40. [ Links ]

    CHAPMAN, R. W.; RANDSBORG, K. Approaches to the archaeology of death. In: CHAPMAN, R.; KINNES, I.; RANDSBORG, K. (Eds.). The Archaeology of death. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981. p. 1-24. [ Links ]

    CHARLES, D. K.; BUIKSTRA, J. E. Archaic mortuary sites in the Central Mississippi drainage: distribution, structure, and behavioral implications. In: PHILLIPS, J. L.; BROWN, J. A. (Eds.). Archaic hunters and gatherers in the American Midwest. New York: Academic Press, 1983. v. 5, p. 117-145. [ Links ]

    DA-GLORIA, P. T.; STRAUSS, A.; NEVES, W. A. Mortuary rituals in the Early Holocene population of Lagoa Santa: the Harold Walter collection. In: ANUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 80., 2011, Minneapolis. Anais... Minneapolis: AAPA, 2011. v. 144(S52), p. 119. [ Links ]

    GASPAR, M. D.; DEBLASIS, P.; FISH, S. K.; FISH, P. R. Sambaqui (Shell Mound) societies of coastal Brazil. In: SILVERMAN, H.; ISBELL, W. H. (Eds.). Handbook of South American Archaeology. Nova York: Springer, 2008. p. 319-335. [ Links ]

    GOLDSTEIN, L. One-dimensional archaeology and multidimensional people: spatial organization and mortuary analysis. In: CHAPMAN, R.; KINNES, I.; RANDSBORG, K. (Eds.). The Archaeology of death. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981. p. 53-69. [ Links ]

    GOLDSTEIN, L. Spatial structure and social organization: regional manifestations of Mississippian Society. 1976. Tese (Doutorado em Antropologia) - Northwestern University, Evanston, 1976. [ Links ]

    JUNQUEIRA, P. A. Grande abrigo de Santana do Riacho com sepultamentos no estado de Minas Gerais. 1984. Dissertação (Mestrado em Arqueologia) - Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, 1984. [ Links ]

    KLOKLER, D. M. Food for body and soul: mortuary ritual in shell mounds (Laguna - Brazil). 2008. Tese (Doutorado em Antropologia) - University of Arizona, Tucson, 2008. [ Links ]

    KROEBER, A. Disposal of the Dead. American Anthropologist, New Series, v. 29, n. 3, p. 308-315, 1927. [ Links ]

    LITTLETON, J. Mortuary behavior on the Hay Plain: do cemeteries exist? Archaeology in Oceania, v. 37, n. 3, p. 105-122, 2002. [ Links ]

    LITTLETON, J. East and west: burial practices along the Murray River. Archaeology in Oceania, v. 34, n. 1, p. 1-14, 1998. [ Links ]

    LITTLETON, J.; ALLEN, H. Hunter-gatherer burials and the creation of persistent places in southeastern Australia. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, v. 26, p. 283-298, 2007. [ Links ]

    MEGGIT, M. J. The lineage system of the Mae-Enga of New Guinea. New York: Barnes e Noble, 1965. [ Links ]

    MORRIS, I. The Archaeology of Ancestors: The Saxe/Goldstein hypothesis revisited. Cambridge Archeological Journal, v. 1, p. 147-169, 1991. [ Links ]

    NEVES, W. A.; HUBBE, M.; PILÓ, L. B. Early Holocene human skeletal remains from Sumidouro Cave, Lagoa Santa, Brazil: history of discoveries, geological and chronological context, and comparative cranial morphology. Journal of Human Evolution, v. 52, n. 1, p. 16-30, 2007. [ Links ]

    NEVES, W. A.; HUBBE, M. Cranial morphology of early American from Lagoa Santa, Brazil: implications for the settlement of the New World. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 102, n. 51, p. 18309-18314, 2005. [ Links ]

    NEVES, W. A.; GONZÁLEZ-JOSÉ, R.; HUBBE, M.; KIPNIS, R.; ARAÚJO, A. G. M.; BLASI, O. Early Holocene human skeletal remains from Cerca Grande, Lagoa Santa, Central Brazil, and the origins of the first Americans. World Archaeology, v. 36, n. 4, p. 479-501, 2004. [ Links ]

    NEVES, W. A.; PROUS, A.; GONZÁLEZ-JOSÉ, R.; KIPNIS, R.; POWELL, J. Early Holocene human skeletal remains from Santana do Riacho, Brazil: implications for the settlement of the New World. Journal of Human Evolution, v. 45, n. 1, p. 19-42, 2003. [ Links ]

    NEVES, W. A.; HUBBE, M.; ARAÚJO, A. G. M. A late-Paleoindian secondary ritual burial from Lagoa Santa, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Current Research in the Pleistocene, v. 19, p. 83-85, 2002. [ Links ]

    O'SHEA, J. Mortuary variability: an archaeological investigation. New York: Academic Press, 1984. [ Links ]

    PALGI, P.; ABRAMOVITCH, H. Death: a cross-cultural perspective. Annual Review on Anthropology, v. 13, p. 385-417, 1984. [ Links ]

    PARDOE, C. Wamba yadu, a later Holocene cemetery of the central River Murray. Archaeology in Oceania, v. 28, n. 2, p. 77-84, 1993. [ Links ]

    PARDOE, C. The cemetery as symbol: the distribution of prehistoric Aboriginal burial grounds in southeastern Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, v. 16, p. 173-178, 1988. [ Links ]

    PARKER PEARSON, M. The archaeology of death and burial. Texas: Texas A&M, 1999. [ Links ]

    PEEBLES, C.; KUS, S. Some archaeological correlates of ranked societies. American Antiquity, v. 42, n. 3, p. 421-448, 1977. [ Links ]

    PROUS, A. As estruturas aparentes: os sepultamentos do Grande Abrigo de Santana do Riacho. Os sepultamentos da escavação n 1. Arquivos do Museu de História natural da UFMG, v. XIII/ XIV, 1992/1993. [ Links ]

    ROSSEN, J.; DILLEHAY, T. D. Bone cutting, placement, and cannibalism? Middle preceramic mortuary patterns of Nanchoc, Northern Peru. Revista Chungará (Arica), v. 33, n. 1, p. 63-72, 2001. [ Links ]

    SANTORO, C. M.; STANDEN, V. G.; ARRIAZA, B. T.; DILLEHAY, T. D. Archaic funerary pattern or postdepositional alteration? The Patapatane burial in the higlands of South Central Andes. Latin American Antiquity, v. 16, n. 3, p. 329-346, 2005. [ Links ]

    SAXE, A. A. Social dimensions of mortuary practices in a Mesolithic population from Wadi Halfa, Sudan. Memoir of the Society for American Archaeology, v. 25, p. 39-57, 1971. [ Links ]

    SAXE, A. A. Social dimensions of mortuary practices. 1970. Tese (Doutorado em Antropologia) - University of Michigan, Michigan, 1970. [ Links ]

    SAXE, A. A.; GALL, P. L. Ecological determinants of mortuary practices: the Temuan of Malysia. In: WOOD, W. (Ed.). Cultural-Ecological perspectives on Southeast Asia. Ohio: Ohio University Centre for International Studies, 1977. p. 74-82. [ Links ]

    SCHLANGER, S. Recognizing persistent places in Anasazi settlement systems. In: ROSSIGNOL, J.; WANDSNIDER, L. (Eds.). Space, time and Archaeological landscapes. New York: Plenum Press, 1992. p. 91-112. [ Links ]

    SCHROEDER, S. Secondary disposal of the dead: cross-cultural codes. World Cultures, v. 12, n. 1, p. 77-93, 2001. [ Links ]

    SILVA, S. F. S. M. Arqueologia das práticas mortuárias em sítios pré-históricos do litoral do estado de São Paulo. 2005. Tese (Doutorado em Arqueologia) - Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, 2005. [ Links ]

    STRAUSS, A. As práticas mortuárias dos caçadores-coletores pré-históricos da região de lagoa Santa (MG): um estudo de caso do sítio arqueológico "Lapa do Santo". 2010. Dissertação (Mestrado em Genética e Biologia Evolutiva) - Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, 2010. [ Links ]

    STRAUSS, A.; DA-GLÓRIA, P. T.; BERNARDO, D. V.; KIPNIS, R.; NEVES, W. A. Lapa do Santo rockshelter: new evidence of perimortem body manipulation in Early Holocene South America. In: ANUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 80., 2011, Minneapolis. Anais... Minneapolis: AAPA, 2011. v. 144(S52), p. 287. [ Links ]

    STRAUSS, A.; DA-GLÓRIA, P. T.; BERNARDO, D. V.; KIPNIS, R.; NEVES, W. A. High variability of Paleoamerican mortuary practices in Lagoa Santa Region, Central Brazil. In: ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY, 75., 2010, Saint Louis. Anais... Saint Louis: SAA, 2010. p. 238. [ Links ]

    UCKO, P. J. Ethnography and archaeological interpretation of funerary remains. World Archaeology, v. 1, n. 2, p. 262-280, 1969. [ Links ]

    WALTHALL, J. A. Mortuary behavior and Early Holocene land use in the North American midcontinent. North American Archaeologist, v. 20, n. 1, p. 1-30, 1999. [ Links ]

    WOODBURN, J. Social dimensions of death in four African hunting and gathering societies. In: BLOCH, M.; PERRY, M. (Eds.). Death and regeneration of life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982. p. 187-210. [ Links ]