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|Title: ||CONTRIBUTO PARA O CONHECIMENTO DA ANTA GRANDE DO ZAMBUJEIRO (ÉVORA, PORTUGAL): AS PONTAS DE SETA|
|Authors: ||Santos, Ivo|
|Keywords: ||Anta Grande Zambujeiro|
Pontas de seta
|Issue Date: ||May-2015|
|Abstract: ||The Anta Grande do Zambujeiro dolmen is located in the municipality of Évora (Portugal) and was identified by
Henrique Leonor Pina in March 1964 and was still, at that
time, completely covered by the tumulus. Its belated discovery could have dictated one blissful archaeological research but unfortunately this was not the fate of that which is, on this type of architecture, the largest funerary
known monument of the Iberian Peninsula.
In thirty years of subsequent research there were several excavation campaigns, coordinated by different researchers. The 1st phase took place between 1965 and 1969, the 2nd phase took place in the 80s of the twentieth century, under the responsibility of Carlos Tavares da
Silva and the 3rd and final phase took place between the years of 1991 and 1994, now under the responsibility of Rui Parreira.
The numerous materials collected in these interventions are still virtually unknown, since the results of these
studies were, to this date, only partially published.
The artefacts deposited in the Museum of Évora are currently under study by one of the signatories of this work (LR) and by Professor Victor Gonçalves (the latter
in charge of the study of slate plaques).
We present here only the result of the preliminary study of the arrowheads, made on the context of a Grant of Introduction to Research performed by the other
|Appears in Collections:||CHAIA - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais|
HIS - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais
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