Brazil - Culture History and Archaeology
A Portuguese-language social-network portal to South American archaeology, with an emphasis on Brazil, from Diogo Costa.
From the Instituto Cultural Itaú of Erika González and Paulo Zanettini, a detailed overview of archaeology in Brazil. English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Winner of the José Lourei ro 2001 from the Brazili an Archaeological Society (SAB).
From the Instituto Cultural Itaú of Erika González and Paulo Zanettini, a portal to archaeology in Brazil. English, Spanish, and Portuguese. Winner of the José Lourei ro 2001 from the Brazili an Archaeological Society (SAB).
Geography and maps of the South American country of Brazil.
Brazil Travel Planner
Brazil travel planner contains everything you need to plan a trip to Brazil including top attractions, cities, regions, photos, transportation, tours, maps, geography, articles, features, history, and resources to learn about Brazil.
Conservation Project of Rock Art at the outbacks of the state of Bahia, Brazil, an article by Márcia Dantas Braga in the TRACCE Newsletter.
The site of Capelinha is a Paleoindian site in the Ribeira do Iguape Valley of Sao Paulo state in Brazil, and it is a shell midden with six human burials.
Caverna de Piedras Pintadas, Brazil
Anna Roosevelt's report on the controversial site, in the Ciudaad Virtual from NAYA.
Maraca River, Brazil
Investigations in the state of Amapa, Brazil have identified some anthropomorphic funerary urns; an article in Archaeology.
Pedra Furada (Piauí)
The archaeological site of Pedra Furada, Brazil, is a stratified rockshelter with a very early (and hence contested) date, a Paleoindian occupation, and some ancient cave art dated between 5000 and 11000 years BP
Santa Catarina Island Survey, Brazil
A rock art survey in Santa Catarina Island and adjacent islands, an article in the TRACCE Newsletter by Rodrigo Aguiar, English and Brasiliero.