Teoría e Interpretación en la Arqueología de la Muerte

Autores/as

  • Javier Rodríguez-Corral Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
  • Eduardo Ferrer Albelda Universidad de Sevilla

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12795/spal.2018i27.17

Palabras clave:

Muerte, identidad, ritual, historiografía y teoría arqueológica.

Resumen

La arqueología de la muerte y la identidad es clave para comprender las sociedades pretéritas. A través de los restos de rituales funerarios, los arqueólogos estudian no solo las actitudes y sentimientos que los individuos en el pasado desarrollaron en relación a la muerte y el Más Allá, sino también su cultura, sistema social y visión del mundo. Este artículo proporciona una visión y síntesis de uno de los campos de estudio más relevantes en la investigación, centrándose especialmente en las cuestiones teóricas que han alentado las diferentes aproximaciones al tema a lo largo del tiempo.

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Biografía del autor/a

Javier Rodríguez-Corral, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela

GEPN-AAT, Facultad de Geografía e Historia

Eduardo Ferrer Albelda, Universidad de Sevilla

Departamento de Prehistoria y Arqueología, Facultad de Geografía e Historia

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