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New data on early pottery traditions in South America: the San Pedro complex, Ecuador

  • Yoshitaka Kanomata (a1), Jorge Marcos (a2), Alexander Popov (a3), Boris Lazin (a3) and Andrey Tabarev (a4)...

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Sherds of the San Pedro pottery complex found in situ in association with new radiocarbon dates at the Real Alto site provide new insights into the origin of pottery technology in South America and cultural diversity during the Early Formative period on the coast of Ecuador.

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Bischof, H. & Viteri, J.. 1972. Pre-Valdivia occupations on the south-west coast of Ecuador. American Antiquity 37: 548–51. https://doi.org/10.2307/278963
Damp, J. & Vargas, L.. 1995. The many faces of early Valdivia ceramics, in Barnett, W.K. & Hoopes, J.W. (ed.) The emergence of pottery. Technology and innovation in ancient societies: 157–68. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Hoopes, J.W. 1994. Ford revisited: a critical review of the chronology and relationships of the earliest ceramic complexes in the New World, 6000–1500 BC. Journal of World Prehistory 8: 150. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02221836
Lathrap, D., Collier, D. & Chandra, H.. 1980. Ancient Ecuador: culture, clay and creativity. Chicago (IL): Field Museum of Natural History.
Meggers, B., Evans, C. & Estrada, E.. 1965. The Early Formative period of coastal Ecuador (Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology 1). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Tabarev, A., Kanomata, Y., Marcos, J., Popov, A. & Lazin, B.. 2016. Insights into the earliest Formative period of coastal Ecuador: new evidence and radiocarbon dates from the Real Alto site. Radiocarbon 58: 323–30. https://doi.org/10.1017/RDC.2015.23
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