By Daniel Schavelzon
Shávelzon ha realizado excavaciones en antiguos pozos y fondos de casas de San Telmo, en Buenos Aires y en otras zonas poco vulneradas de l. a. ciudad. A través de pequeños objetos, imágenes y otros fragmentos de civilización que halló, pudo reconstruir un aspecto casi desconocido de l. a. historia argentina, relegado al olvido: l. a. presencia de una importante población negra, esclava o liberta, que tuvo su propia cultura,lengua, costumbres, religión, asentamientos, música, vestimentas y danzas. En este libro describe l. a. vida y los angeles cultura de los negros de Buenos Aires, aportando los angeles evidencia arqueológica hallada. Schávelzon, investigador del CONICET, lleva adelante el programa de Arqueología urbana de l. a. Dirección common de Patrimonio de l. a. Secretaría de Cultura del Gobierno de l. a. Ciudad.
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Arqueología histórica de Buenos Aires by Daniel Schavelzon