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Early Inhabitants of the Amazonian Tropical Rain Forest: A Study of Humans and Environmental Dynamics
Habitantes tempranos de la selva tropical lluviosa amazónica: Un estudio de las dinámicas humanas y ambientales

by Santiago Mora

Based on empirical data obtained from the site of Peña Roja, Colombia, the author evaluates from an archaeological perspective the hypotheses related to cultural development in Amazonia. This book is also a contribution to the understanding of the relationships between humans and nature within tropical rain forests in general. Complete text in English and Spanish.

Latin American Archaeology Reports, No. 3, published by University of Pittsburgh Latin American Archaeology Publications and IMANI, Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Leticia), 2003. 210 pp. ISBN: 1-877812-60-9.

Paperback: $21.00 (shipping included). Order code R003.
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