By jose m guarch
Arqueología de Cuba: Métodos y sistemas recoge una serie de trabajos de investigación realizados por el destacado arqueólogo J. M. Guarch. El mismo sustenta sus tesis científicas acerca de los problemas arqueológicos de forma amena y clara, invitando al lector a analizarlas desde un punto de vista nuevo, que abre las puertas a l. a. polémica fructífera. Analiza los últimos aspectos estudiados en el mundo relacionados con esta temática y plantea sistemáticas propias, aplicadas en su trabajo real. El presente volumen está bellamente ilustrado con pictografías que muestran los resultados de esta investigación.
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A bridge would be a structure, as would a highway, a railroad tunnel, a Civil War breastwork, an aqueduct, a subway, or a canal, among others. Districts refer to collections of “buildings, sites, structures,” or even “objects” that all have a unifying theme. These all are concentrated in space and have a continuity in terms of time, aesthetics/style, historical association, or other unifying theme. Districts may be continuous or discontinuous. In a continuous historic district, everything within the geographic boundaries of the proposed district falls under a unifying principle, such as historic association or architectural style.
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Arqueología de Cuba: Métodos y sistemas by jose m guarch