Daniel Schávelzon is an architect and archaeologist, founder and director of several institutions devoted to historical archaeology in Latin America. He has published nearly forty books on the subject and has received prizes and grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Gallery of Art in Washington and several others around the world. He works to encourage the development of historical archaeology and urban archaeology in Latin America.
This study reports on a remarkable discovery and a pioneering example of historical archaeology in Latin America: an unknown settlement was found nestled between rocky cliffs in the Argentinian jungle. Dated to between 1943-6, finds are characterised by exotic European luxuries, German coins and coins from the occupied countries of Western Europe. READ MORE
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This well illustrated volume presents in its introduction a personal history of Daniel Schávelzon’s experience of Easter Island during his youth before collecting all the papers and work he produced in 2014 leading up to his retirement. READ MORE
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