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Luis Nicanor Pezo Lanfranco in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
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Following a research program of more than 10 years (FAPESP 2011-50339-9; FAPESP 2013-14799-0; FAPESP 2015-051339), this project aims to evaluate, from a bioarchaeological perspective, the relationship between processes of social complexity and phenomena of biological changes in human populations settled on the North-Central coast of Central Andes between 3400-1500 BC, in a region known ...
According whith the available archaeological evidence, the civiliization centers around the world have their antecedents in coastal populations with impressive signals of monumentality as an expression of territoriality and sedentary lifestyle. Despite the different trajectories, the evidence suggests that these societies were initially based on a predominantly marine subsistence, becom...
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LANFRANCO, Luis Nicanor Pezo. Intensificação agrícola e complexificação social: uma perspectiva bioantropológica de populações pré-históricas do litoral dos Andes Centrais. 2015. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Biociências. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (11/50339-9)