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Title: Enclosures of Death in the Early Iron Age
Authors: Melo, Linda 
Silva, Ana Maria 
Keywords: southern Iberian Peninsula; funerary rituals; bioanthropology; grave goods; prestige items
Issue Date: 2021
Project: PhD scholarship FCT-SFRH/BD/130165/2017 
CIAS (PEst-OE/SADG/UI0283/2020) 
Serial title, monograph or event: Documenta Praehistorica
Volume: 48
Abstract: This article focuses on the study of the Early Iron Age necropolis of Esfola, taking into account the burial rituals of the site (the architecture, the funerary objects and the human skeletal analyses are dealt with in the context of ‘burial ritual’ studies). This research will contribute to the body of knowledge on Early Iron Age necropolises with enclosures, typical of the Beja and Ourique regions in southern Portugal, i.e. Vinha das Caliças 4, Monte do Bolor 1–2, Cinco Réis 8, Carlota and Palhais. All these sites identified in the southern Iberian Peninsula allow us to characterize the funerary rituals practised in this region during the Early Iron Age.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/100984
ISSN: 1854-2492
1408-967X
DOI: 10.4312/dp.48.10
Rights: openAccess
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