Archaeological excavation in Cora beach, Desolation IslandEntry ID: 157-93_06
Abstract: A survey of Cora beach was conducted and resulted in the finding 3 sealer
settlements and one from the beginning of this century. A recollection of
superficial cultural material together with the excavation of one settlement
was conducted. Aboriginal remains together with metallic appliances, pipes,
wine glass bottles, gin ceramic bottles of English origins were found.
Start Date: 1995-01-07Stop Date: 1995-01-20
Quality During this campaign, the following activities were conducted: excavation,
strain of sediments, sample selection, cleaning, restoration, conservation,
identification, classification, wood identification.
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Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: pvicuna at inach.cl
Plaza Munoz Gamero 1055
City: Punta Arenas
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: rstehberg at mnhn.cl
Loreley 801 La Reina
Stehberg R, and V. Lucero 1995. Evidencia de coexistencia entre cazadores de
lobos y aborigenes fueguinos en Isla Desolacion, Shetland del Sur, Antartica, a
principios del siglo 19. Serie Cientifica, INACH. 45: 67-88.
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DIF Creation Date: 2005-03-23
Last DIF Revision Date: 2012-10-15