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Abstract: We present the results of six years of archaeological work carried out in Heping Dao, Keelung, northern Taiwan. The site has revealed a rich archaeological record spanning a sequence that comprehends most of the history of Taiwan, including the most salient historical landmarks in it. The study of this long-term sequence of habitation in Heping Dao throughout prehistory to current times, allows us to attempt a historical archaeology of the longue duree of the place that in turn enables the establishment of comparisons between periods and raising of specific questions, among them: the general understanding of cultural transformation along the Neolithic and the Iron Age, and in turn the transition Iron Age/Aboriginal historic times in Taiwan, which in our view has to be observed as a history of continuity rather than of interruptions; the recognition of the Chinese presence in Taiwan in the pre-European period; the implantation of the European colony and its effects on the local populations; the differing material remains and impacts caused by the presence of pre-European Chinese and the Qing occupation; and the potential for a comparison between the European and the Japanese colonial projects as seen in the material record.
Fuente: International journal of historical archaeology, 22(4), 905-940 (2018)
Editorial: Plenum Press
Año de publicación: 2018
Nº de páginas: 36
Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista
Proyecto español: HAR2011-16017-E
Url de la publicación: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10761-017-0453-y
MARIA CRUZ BERROCAL
ELENA SERRANO HERRERO
GENER MORET, MARC
URIARTE GONZÁLEZ, ANTONIO
TORRA PÉREZ, MAR
CONSUEGRA RODRÍGUEZ, SUSANA