Hipólito Collado Giraldo

Hipólito Collado Giraldo
Junta de Extremadura · arqueología

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Maltravieso cave (Estremadura, Spain) was recently the subject of ATR-FTIR spectroscopy of 8 figures (four hand stencils, a red horse figure, a black bull figure, a pair of black lines, and a pair of brown lines). These artistic representations are composed of different colors including red, brown, and black figures. The analyses showed that differ...
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Microscopic observation correlated with chemical–mineralogical characterization was performed on pigment samples from “Abrigo del Lince” rock art site (V-IV millennium BC), in order to provide contributions to the study of prehistoric schematic art on granite in the province of Badajoz (Spain). The research objectives include the understanding of t...
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In European and many African, Middle Eastern and southern Asian populations, lactase persistence (LP) is the most strongly selected monogenic trait to have evolved over the past 10,000 years1. Although the selection of LP and the consumption of prehistoric milk must be linked, considerable uncertainty remains concerning their spatiotemporal configu...
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Postes Cave in SW Spain (Extremadura) displays a Holocene archaeostratigraphic sequence radiocarbondated to between c. 8.5–4 cal kyr BP (Mesolithic-Chalcolithic). The sediments collected at two areas within the cave yielded small mammal remains belonging to eleven species of rodents, ‘insectivores’, lagomorphs and chiropterans. This small mammal fo...
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The Mesolithic faunal assemblage from Cueva de Los Postes (Badajoz, Spain) is presented and discussed. The faunal remains from different stratigraphic units spatially associated with the Mesolithic funerary use of the cave or preceded them were analysed. The zooarchaeological record is dominated by leporids, generally rabbit but also hare, scarce m...
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Brown bears (Ursus arctos) diverged from the cave bear lineage c. 1.2 million years ago and likely originated in Asia, where the oldest fossils belong to a Middle Pleistocene chronology. Brown bear fossils from the Middle Pleistocene are scarce in the Iberian Peninsula, especially when compared to the cave bear record and they are mainly located in...
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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HANDPAS: Manos del pasado. Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (coord.).
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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Catálogo de representaciones de manos en el arte rupestre paleolítico de la península ibérica. Hipólito Collado Giraldo (Coord.)
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The origins of Neolithic tomb building in Europe are often difficult to pinpoint. We know that the Neolithic Revolution occurs in what is termed the ‘Fertile Crescent’ around 10,000 BCE but in terms of understanding the development and tomb architecture and how it spread across Europe is still unclear. We do know that during the 4th and 5th millenn...
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La Serena region is a large plateau with open landscapes bounded in the south by a mountain chain formed by the Benquerencia, Tiros and La Rinconada Sierras. There are more than 300 painted and engraved sites in the region. Cueva Grande, Cueva de En medio and Cueva Pequeña are three Schematic rock art shelters located in the municipality of Benquer...
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Neandertal cave art It has been suggested that Neandertals, as well as modern humans, may have painted caves. Hoffmann et al. used uranium-thorium dating of carbonate crusts to show that cave paintings from three different sites in Spain must be older than 64,000 years. These paintings are the oldest dated cave paintings in the world. Importantly,...
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Micro-Raman spectroscopic technique allowed the characterization of organic and inorganic pigments of different colours sampled from a rock-art shelter named Abrigo del Aguila, located in the district of Badajoz, Cabeza del Buey (Extremadura-Spain). Micro-Raman analyses has been coupled with SEM observation and elemental analyses (EDS). The white a...
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Resumen: El objetivo de este trabajo es dar a conocer una nueva estela de guerrero recientemente recuperada en el tér- mino de Cabeza del Buey (Badajoz) y contextualizarla en el poblamiento de la Sierra de Tiros, un escenario de especial significación por su valor estratégico en las comunicaciones entre Córdoba y Badajoz. Así, tanto esta estela com...
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Presentamos en este trabajo la revisión de un conjunto de arte rupestre localizado en la comunidad de Andalucía, y conocido como cueva de Las Estrellas (Castellar de la Frontera, Cádiz). Se trata de un abrigo al aire libre de grandes dimensiones en el que ya se habían constatado, en los primeros años del presente siglo, diversos pictogramas de esti...
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Trepanation is a recurrent subject in the literature, with the earliest known examples of this surgical procedure belonging to the Mesolithic/Neolithic periods. The Iberian Peninsula is no exception to this tendency, where most of the known trepanation cases were found in coastal areas (Silva, 2003; Campillo, 2007). We present the results of the hu...
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The conservation-restoration methodology used on most Middle Pleistocene layers from the Postes Cave site fossils is minimal intervention. The fossils from Stratigraphic Unit Pleistocene 1 layer are covered by a 0,3 m-thick speleothem around the bones. This work describes four restoration treatments applied to one of the fossils from this layer sin...
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On the Iberian Peninsula, during the Neolithic age, there was a new cycle of post-Palaeolithic rock art: schematic rock art. This rock art style is said to date from the 6th millennium BCE until the end of the Bronze Age (around the transition between the 2nd and 1st millennium BCE). Schematic rock art has been interpreted from different approaches...
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Advances in methods of dating Cave Art are allowing us to deepen every time more on the knowledge and possible authorship of the first graphic manifestations of the Upper Paleolithic. In this article, we want to join the tribute to our friend Vicente Baldellou, we go back to the study of the main panel of paleolithic engravings which we documented...
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O estudo do desgaste dentário em populações arqueológicas é importante para perceber como se vivia no passado já que uma vez erupcionados os dentes não sofrem remodelação. A localização, severidade e tipos de desgaste podem revelar hábitos culturais e dietéticos. O objetivo deste estudo é analisar o padrão de desgaste dentário, por sexo e classe et...
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The analysis of prehistoric rock art in Oukaïmeden Valley has been one of the goals of our project (ARPA- Rock Art, Landscape and Settlement in High Atlas, Morocco). Between 2008 and 2012, the Complutense University of Madrid and the Moroccan Institut National des Sciences de l’Archéologie et du Patrimoine have been carrying on an extensive Landsca...
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Depictions of “chariots” could be considered almost exceptional in the field of schematic rock art of the Iberian Peninsula. Their presence usually generates some discussions among researchers who are dedicated to the study of this artistic cycle to some extent.
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RESUMEN En este artículo describimos cómo el proyecto arqueológico " ORÍGE-NES " ha influido en la economía local de la pequeña población de Fuentes de León, al sur de la provincia de Badajoz. Hace catorce años, cuando comenzó el proyecto, la base económica principal de Fuentes de León era la agricultura y fundamentalmente la ganade-ría extensiva e...
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This paper explores the processes involved in the production of prehistoric paintings using inorganic pigmentation. The focus for discussion involves a number of rock-shelter sites that contain rock art within the western part of the Iberian Peninsula, with particular reference to the sites that contain Schematic rock art. A direct date cannot be o...
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This project is focus on the objective of acquiring a geometric record by different 3D documentation techniques combining with topographic and photogrammetric methods in the cave of Maltravieso (Cáceres, Spain). This project also deals with, within the same methodological process, a double purpose: scientific and widespread education. A geometrical...
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Las pinturas rupestres de la Cornisa de La Calderita (La Zarza, Badajoz) constituyen un notable con-junto parietal muy representativo del arte esquemático típico de la Península Ibérica. Situada la estación en una profunda fisura rocosa abierta en el extremo NO de la sierra de Peñas Blancas, los numerosos paneles decorados conservados en sus tres a...
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Monfragüe National Park (Cáceres) preserved a very important schematic rock art complex with more than a hundred shelters with postpalaeolithic paintings and engravings. In this paper we’ll provide an advance of our last research campaigns conclusions carried out in the Arroyo Barbaón sector (Serradilla). We have proceeded to the digital documentat...
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Resumen: La estación rupestre " Friso del Terror " (Parque Nacional de Monfrague, Cáceres, España) comprende más de cincuenta paneles decorados, donde fueron identificadas series y agrupaciones de barras verticales junto a figuras antropomorfas. En el arroyo Barbaón se ha puesto recientemente en práctica un planteamiento metodológico enfocado desde...
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El Parque Nacional de Monfragüe (Cáceres) conserva un importante complejo de arte rupestre formado por más de un centenar de abrigos con pinturas y grabados postpaleolíticos. En el presente trabajo vamos a dar a conocer un avance de las conclusiones obtenidas en las últimas campañas de investigación llevadas a cabo en el sector del cañón del Arroyo...
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Main conclusions achieved by the ARPA project are discussed in the present paper. Although we do not discard previous sporadic visits, up to now, the oldest evidences of human regular use of the Oukaïmeden Valley date back to the Late Neolithic, coinciding with changes in the African Monsoon. Combining archaeology, paleoecological information, 14C,...
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Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, CAA2010.
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Las labores de limpieza sistemática efectuadas en los paneles pintados y grabados de la Cueva Chiquita (Cañamero, Cáceres) durante los meses de junio y julio de 2008 con el fin de acondicionar su interior y entorno para la visita pública, acompañadas de los oportunos sondeos arqueológicos y análisis de pigmentos, han posibilitado la revisión y recu...
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El conocimiento geomorfológico kárstico al suroeste de la provincia de Badajoz comienzó a mediados del siglo XX, gracias a los trabajos espeleológicos realizados por científicos andaluces dentro del marco de exploración que abar-caba la red hidrográfica del Guadalquivir, en el contexto geológico de la Zona de Ossa Morena. La zona limítrofe entre lo...
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bados y realizando algunas excavaciones. Este trabajo se com-binó con el llevado a cabo en los otros grandes centros del arte rupestre del Atlas marroquí, especialmente en la Meseta de Yagour, situada unos 25 km. al Noreste de Oukaimeden e igualmente una zona de ocupación entonces estacional para el aprovechamiento de sus pastos. Fruto de este trab...