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1. Archaeological excavation at Punta Negra, Livingston Island [157-93_04]
Three rock shelters corresponding to the period of 1820-1830 were excavated during this study. One shelter was shown to be a fire place, one shown to be shoe storage, and the last shown to be a ...

2. Archaeological excavation in Cora beach, Desolation Island [157-93_06]
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 ...

3. Authentication of aboriginal remains in the South Shetland Islands [026-82_01]
In 1972 the biologist, Dr.Victor Ariel Gallardo, recovered benthonic samples from the bottom of Admiralty and Chile Bay, in the South part of King George Island, for biological purposes. During ...

4. Survey of the San Telmo vessel remains [157-93_05]
Under a joint project between Chile and Spain, submarine and surface surveys were conducted, in the Cape Shirreff area, to search for the Spanish vessel San Telmo. The San Telmo was lost in September ...

5. Historical archaeology of Madera Beach, Cape Shirreff [157-93_03]
Half of a rectangular structure and 3 small deposits used for multiple purposes (grain storage, fire place) corresponding to the period 1820-30 were excavated during this study.

6. Historical archaeology of Yamana Beach, Cape Shirreff [157-93_01]
Archaeological excavation of three rock-shelters in Yamana beach, Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island, corresponding to the period 1820-1823.

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