Saber, memória e ancestralidade: construindo e comunicando saberes na Idade do Ferro bretã

  • Pedro Vieira da Silva Peixoto Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
Palavras-chave: paisagem funerária, saberes materiais, Idade do Ferro, East Yorkshire

Resumo

Este artigo convida-nos a pensar a criação e transmissão de saberes em termos de suas manifestações materiais através do estudo de contextos arqueológicos. Tomando os enterramentos da Idade do Ferro em East Yorkshire, no norte inglês, como um estudo de caso, a análise demonstra como certos saberes, identidades e memórias foram materializados e transmitidos ao longo dos séculos, conectando gerações distintas. As tumbas são discutidas não como entidades individuais, mas como partes de uma soma maior. Isso inclui, por exemplo, diferentes monumentos incorporados pelos cemitérios e que costumam pré-datar a Idade do Ferro, bem como aspectos de performance, e possíveis relações entre alguns dos indivíduos enterrados em termos de suas osteobiografias.

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Publicado
2020-08-28
Como Citar
Vieira da Silva Peixoto, P. (2020). Saber, memória e ancestralidade: construindo e comunicando saberes na Idade do Ferro bretã. Nuntius Antiquus, 16(1), 127-154. https://doi.org/10.35699/1983-3636.2020.21523
Seção
Dossiê: Transmissão de Saber(es) e Educação na Antiguidade e Idade Média