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graduate at Arqueologia from Universidade Estácio de Sá (1992), master's at Antropology from Universidade de São Paulo (1999) and ph.d. at Health Sciences from Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (2007). Has experience in Archaeology, focusing on Prehistoric Archaeology, acting on the following subjects: pré-história brasileira, sambaqui, tupiguarani, hipoplasia linear de esmalte and pré-história do rio de janeiro. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
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|Sambaqui societies had sophisticated diet|
Shell-mounds are archaeological sites widely studied in Brazilian archaeology, representing the first human occupations of the Brazilian coast. The biological variability of Brazilian shell-mound people has been studied since the end of the 19th century. In the majority of these studies, cranial morphology assumed a major role in the studies of biological variability. However, such para...