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Jump to. Thus, we articulate the be considered the functional aspect of this structure, we movement of some blocks from their original position think it should be understood in the field of the symbolic with the opening of holes for planting vines. It also borders Spain to The top soil in this area is normally very thick, with few the East. It was the results of the an oval, closed plan monument and its internal structure first intervention, relating to the opening of 4 diagnostic was made with stone slabs of schist and greywacke. One For the Money by Jeaniene Frost. Search Advanced search.

It was ments which include the so-called Group of Beiras. Indication of other archaeological sites and the main wall of the dam The surrounding area is characterized by an abundance of does not reflect, at present, a well planned and syste- creeping shrubs, most notably of planting vines, matic research program, except for a few specific nowadays in full decline, and areas of orchards, olive exceptions.

Maybe we could analysis of some important aspects related to the come to a conclusion about some key points, such as the Neolithic burial practices in the interior of Beira, or of existence, or not, of a synchronic structural poly- some construction solutions adopted in various types of morphism. These issues have already been developed in several other studies Henriques, et al. Focusing on an monuments3 suggest a clear temporal evolution. Thus, in interesting set of 5 dolmens, three of closed plan and two the oldest monuments with simple closed chambers, the with chamber and corridor well differentiated, which archaic microlithic industries predominate, and in the were previously not very well known, some even being more evolved ones, the lithics are arrowheads and blades submerged by the dam, the author tried to establish a in combination with plates of schist Cardoso et al.

This last place mentioned is seen These two monuments, Anta 6 and Anta 2 do Couto da like a simbolic place, a Local Tilley, , It was the results of the an oval, closed plan monument and its internal structure first intervention, relating to the opening of 4 diagnostic was made with stone slabs of schist and greywacke.

The surveys — surveys 1, 2, 3 and 5 — which were among archaeological assemblage relating to this initial phase, dozens of surveys planned and carried out in the space however, is unknown. In the second phase of allocated to the project, that proved the existence of a construction, reflected in a segmentation of the initial small tumulus, situated indelibly in that precise place. Surveys 1, 3 and 5, with a 2 x 2 m aside, as well as sample 2, with a 4 x 4 m aside, were implanted in a small The third phase of construction, characterized by the plot of land where where one of the dam's pillars were to rubble of the chamber and transformation of internal be constructed.

During the mechanical excavations structure in a sub-rectangular, cyst form, grave, is related undertaken for archaeological monitoring prior to our with artefacts of polished stone, an axe and an adze, in intervention, a large concentration of medium sized white association with some potsherds.

This situation immediately called our attention, although we The Anta 2 do Couto da Espanhola, in spite of its had not immediately suspected the presence of a proximity to anta 6, is a monument with a developed prehistoric monument there. The excavation of this monument revealed a large number of quite diverse arrowheads, two The initial deployment of the 4 diagnostic surveys, with axes, one of rectangular cross section and the other of a the same orientation and regular spaces between them, circular section,.

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Bladlettes, a large unretouched blade was, ad initium, thought to allow the possible expansion, and an adze. The monument Eira da Vinha, also a cairn, approaches the first construction phase of Anta 6 with an oval closed The major methodological changes have been the change plan, reduced dimensions and with artefacts, admittedly, in the objective of the excavation, as initially for more archaic, despite some differences.

Obviously, if we knew Although the funerary monument of Eira da Vinha at the outset that we were facing a small tumulus, the appears to be an isolated mark in the landscape, that is original programming and development of the not the case.

Associated with this monument are other archaeological work would have been slightly different.

The buildings in this region The excavation of these 4 diagnostic trenches6, were tend to be constructed mainly from blocks of white quartz inserts in the area that would later be opened. We noted in the formation of the tumulus, making them visible, and the presence of clearly structured stony elements, as well pieces of slate and greywacke in their internal structures as some prehistoric potsherds.

After the precious results of diagnostic surveys, the ground was marked to start excavating with successive The Anta da Ugueira4, for example, located just 2,5 Km enlargements, and at the end, it resulted in the excavation east of Eira da Vinha, which corresponds to a megalithic of a rectangle of 14 x 12 m, oriented, with a slight monument, enclosed in an artificial mound, with chamber deviation to the North, subdivided into a grid of 2 x 2 m and corridor well differentiated.

Unlike Eira da Vinha, it squares. According to the methodology used, we divided is located in a different topographic point in a platform this rectangular in 4 quadrants orientated along the axis around m high. The best preserved, monument 1, has a polygonal closed chamber, The total excavated area inside this rectangle measured covered by a mound 22 m in diameter Henriques, , m2 in area.

In order to obtain a reliable reading from Surveys 1, 2, 3 and 5. Excavation plan of the Eira da Vinha Neolithic tomb this monument, two cross sections were implanted. The in different sets according to their specific groups. The georreferenced. The topographical point of reference for any survey work, with the absolute altitude of ,, was deployed The configuration and architecture of this monument outside the grid, about 0,30 m west of the alignment grid being unknown almost entirely, we had the luck, though A4.

Here we tend to present the results of stratigraphic contexts, observed during the excavation and subsequent We used some of the topographic surveys data, conducted registration of these 2 profiles. It was possible to obtain a during the field work, to obtain some perspectives of the clear vision of the constructive process of the monument, funerary construction. They would not only enrich the as well as the identification of post-depositional factors of graphical content of this article, but above all, help the human and natural origins, which greatly contributed to overall understanding of this monument.

The data from the partial destruction of this monument. Within the from each layer and their respective contexts. All material photographic records were used digital and analogue exhumed was bagged and tagged, by grouping the same cameras. Topographical survey of the Eira da Vinha monument left. Shaded relief map based on the topographical survey right Fig.

Aerial view of part of the excavated area in the Eira da Vinha site. The numbers 1 to 5 signals the location of the pre-historic monument All sediments from inside the burial chamber of the will also proceed to the fluctuation of some of these monument were screened, and in other areas of the samples in order to be collected items that could be dated monument where deemed necessary.

This action resulted by absolute chronology. Sediment samples were collected from layer 3 from places behind the lithic peripheral ring, after removal of The final work was the complete dismantling of the archaeological structure.

With these samples we intend to archaeological structure. This removal was made, in part, carry out laboratory tests, if possible, in order to carry out and intentionally, in reverse order of their initial anthracological and palynological studies, essentially. This operation was carried out, stone by arranged perfectly horizontal. The funerary monument This filler, which is part of the tumulus, was composed of The funerary structure was built mainly of stone elements of medium-sized stone that, if we have the elements, part of a constructive solution like a kind of elements for maximum range of powerful buttress, cairn.

It is a tumulus, of medium size, very low, with growing slightly out of the outer limits of that circle. The central area of the monument contained a single burial chamber, closed, very low and oval in configura- There seems to be a clear gradation in the volume of the tion. Around the burial sized stones. It seems an interesting aspect that might, chamber there was a buttress, relatively strong, of circular however, simply mean nothing.

The intermediate zone of the tumulus was Tumulus. We related with the disturbance and destruction of the must learn to assign proper meaning within these structures, we saw the real extent of the tomb and all its contexts, as the rites and symbols of its own, remain elements. In SW and SE quadrants we found out that this construction was in a good state of preservation, although The tumulus A in the latter we have faced, clearly, the lack of some elements, particularly in the range of 2 m grid At the beginning of the work on this monument, the corresponding to C.

There was no evidence, however tenuous We noted also that it was practically non-existent it might have been, of the presence of a small artificial throughout the NE quadrant, there is also here the mound.

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After stripping the arable land surface c. We called it layer 2. It is just an interpretative hypothesis, which will strengthen further our work on the purpose of the stratigraphic contexts, without judging the agricultural work on this site, or others, such as those truly responsible for the mutilation of the monument. Having essentially been surgical, with only small incisions on the entire body of the monument. Although finding its boundaries construction. This is a burial chamber of small size, fully proportional We observed some small craters of a circular to the monument.

It presents a low profile in U shape configuration, spaced equidistantly, which occasionally section, with slightly sloping walls and a flat base. These dimensions These craters are related to the planting of vines in this probably relate to the hollow sepulchral, built probably to area, and emerging plant remains associated with the receive only the body of a single individual.

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Padilla Lapuente and K. Molist and G. In several Iberian regions, a hierarchical settlement model has been posited based on the frequency of preserved graves. At the habitat of La Genestosa, at least a dozen domestic struc- tures and only one grave have been documented. Finally, many graves are located on top of prominent granite outcrops, rocks or spurs, that is, in conspicuous places within the local landscape, chosen to enhance their perceptibility Fig.

These cases may be interpreted as monuments with evolving and ever-changing meanings. As locations endowed with cultural esteem, such spots often coincide with boundaries, 9 P. Neto and C. See also J. Vieira, Alto Paiva.

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Maufras ed. Paris, , pp. Determining the number and on-site arrangement of the tombs has proved a useful way of classify- ing them. Following these criteria we can differentiate three types of burial places: Finally, in order to better understand the carving and use of early medieval tombs, these should be integrated within their landscapes.

A holistic concept of landscape will be deployed here, encompassing both 15 M. Laliena and J. Since the publication of this paper, three new sites with rock-dug graves have been documented. B The Sierra de Avila and sites mentioned in the text: Fuente de la Zorra; 2. Cornejuelos; 3. Cercado de Morales; 4. San Benito; 5. Serranos de Avianos; 7. Navaestrellar; 8. Navagamellas; 9.

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El Canto de la Sepultura; Fuente de la Madera; Prado Roble; Cocina de los Moros; Carrilejos; Lancha del Trigo; Lancha de la Lana; La Coba; El Rebollar; Canto de los Pilones; San Simones; Dehesa de Brieva; Los Tejadillos; Design by A.

A burial landscape: Although some of its peaks exceed 1, metres above sea level masl , it is not a high mountainous area, and there are nearby sedi- mentary platforms above 1, masl Fig. Like the remainder of west-central Iberia, data on the early medieval period are very scarce. There is no written documentation up to the mid-thirteenth century for this area.

The Las Henrenes site Fig. In short, the funerary evidence repre- sents the prevailing source of information for this study area and time period. Fentress and C. Wickham, Social Memory Oxford, Caballero Arribas, B. The relative abundance of the latter is uncommon, as their number is generally quite low in central Iberia,26 and this suggests they played a key role in the early medieval funerary landscape in this region.

These burial locales cannot be related to any ecclesiastical centres either. As for San Simones Fig. Such settings are at relatively lower altitudes and feature less-steep slopes within a context predominantly of livestock-rearing. In other cases, a granite tor allows the concentration of a few graves around it, as occurs at El Canto de la Sepultura. This site is not far from Navagamellas, suggesting the occurrence of similar burial locales within the same micro-landscapes Fig.

By contrast, rural disordered cemeteries are often located at higher alti- tude, usually on the southern hillside, although some cases — e.

Site Municipality Number of Type Fig. Photograph by Castellum Ltd la Lana eleven graves each Table 1 are in the vicinity of the village of Vadillo de la Sierra, within a summit area with abundant grassland.

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Such foci might have been part of a large common burial area, and the foundation of the early medieval village might have altered our perception, leading us to identify three very close discrete sites, two of them rural disordered cemeter- ies, where only one was actually in use. This is not a common feature, because the isolated graves appear clearly isolated from other burial sites. The above remarks deserve a more careful examination.

GIS offers a suite of possibilities to attain a more in-depth analysis insofar as these observations can be expressed in quantitative terms. This analytical toolkit has already been applied to European early medieval burial evi- dence, opening up new avenues of enquiry. Rundkvist ed. Recent contributions in S.

Semple and H. Wil- liams eds , Early Medieval Mortuary Practices. Sayer and M. Using the soft- ware ArcGIS 10, a series of spatial variables were tested: Least-cost analysis LCA 29 was also conducted to test movement across the study area in relation to historical drove-ways and natural corridors. However the method30 depends on many uncontrolled input parameters and the results were not expressive enough to be considered at this stage.

The analysis of landscapes in early medieval Europe often relies on palaeo-environmental proxies, especially palynological cores. Catchment territories based on Euclidean distances in one- and two-kilometre radii were obtained for every burial site Fig. These agrological classes were grouped into three categories to facilitate their interpretation: Group A Classes 2 and 3 are deep fertile soils such as alluvial bottomlands of streams, suit- able for irrigated, permanent or short-fallow agriculture and intensive cattle-breeding; Group B Classes 4 and 5 are soils allowing limited dry-farmed long-fallow crops combined with grazing; and Group C Classes 6 and 7 are thin, steep and rocky soils appropriate for forestry and extensive livestock-raising in rough pasture.

Bevan and M. Edwards, A. Lane and M. Redknap, Early Medieval Wales: Alba, A. Abeland and S. A purely visual and intuitive examination also enables the assertion that Group A soils are clearly under-represented in the surroundings of funerary sites Fig.

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In particular, the importance of Group B soils in the surroundings of most funerary sites, with frequent high-percentage values within their one-kilometre buffers Table 2 , is worth noting. On the other hand, it is not possible to differentiate the isolated tombs and the disordered necropoleis using their SCA results.

Continued No. Thus the two types of funerary sites cannot be discriminated based on the soils available in their surroundings. A digital elevation model DEM whose cell resolution is eighty metres was deployed to conduct the analysis. The simulation generates surface models whose cell values depend on this variable.