By Sandra Montón-Subías, María Cruz Berrocal, Apen Ruiz Martínez
Archaeologies of Early glossy Spanish Colonialism illustrates how archaeology contributes to the information of early glossy Spanish colonialism and the "first globalization" of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. via a number of particular case stories, this booklet bargains a world comparative viewpoint on colonial strategies and colonial occasions, and the ways that they have been skilled by way of different peoples. yet we additionally specialize in marginal “unsuccessful” colonial episodes. hence, a few of the papers care for very short colonial occasions, even “marginal” often times, thought of “failures” by means of the Spanish crown or perhaps undertook with out their consent. those brief occasions are typically neglected via conventional historiography, that is why archaeological examine is especially very important in those instances, when you consider that archaeological continues to be could be the basically form of proof that stands as evidence of those colonial occasions. even as, it seriously examines the development of different types and discourses of colonialism, and questions the ideological underpinnings of the resource fabric required to deal with this kind of huge factor. for this reason, the ebook moves a stability among theoretical, methodological and empirical matters, built-in to a lesser or larger quantity in many of the chapters.
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Commensality is another powerful contact space, where sharing foods and transmitting manners, tastes, foodways, and the meanings of what is eaten takes place. It is Fig. 8 One of the trades that generated spaces of contact was the supply of drinking water to the houses. In Santafé de Bogotá, there were few aqueducts and these were poorly made, so public water fountains were constructed in different areas of the city. Potters manufactured distinctive water pitchers for distribution, in which the pomegranate [granada in Spanish] stands out as a new decorative motif, alluding to the New Kingdom of Granada ( reconstructed pitcher and sherds with the pomegranate motif) 2 Displacing Dominant Meanings in the Archaeology of Urban Policies … 29 also a routine daily practice that naturalizes why and how meals are served.