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Title: Review of Archaeological Research in Angola
Authors: Matos, Daniela
Martins, Ana Cristina
Senna-Martínez, João Carlos
Pinto, Inês
Coelho, Ana Godinho
Ferreira, Soraia
Oosterbeek, Luiz
Keywords: History of archaeology
Colonial collections
Stone Age
Iron Age
Issue Date: 8-Feb-2021
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Matos, D., Martins, A.C., Senna-Martinez, J.C. et al. "Review of Archaeological Research in Angola". African Archaeological Review (2021). 26 pp.
Abstract: This article examines the historical processes that shaped the development of archaeological practice in Angola during the Portuguese colonial period and the aftermath of political independence. Using published works, unpublished reports, and photographic records, we examine the research themes, actors, scholars, and institutions that influenced archaeological research in the country. We also used documents and museum collections in Angola and Portugal to create a GIS database of Angola’s archaeological findings. This study highlights the events, personalities, and priorities that motivated earlier investigations, and the geographical distribution of prehistoric sites. We hope this study will be a resource for guiding future archaeological research in Angola.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:IHC - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Internacionais Com Arbitragem Científica

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