By lourdes dominguez.

En Arqueología colonial cubana, los angeles autora
presenta dos trabajos de l. a. temática arqueo-
lógica realizados en sitios cuya datación abar-
ca l. a. etapa histórica colonial en nuestro país.
El primer trabajo. «La casa de los angeles Obrapia o
de Calvo de l. a. Puerta». hace un análisis de
este sitio colonial que se encuentra encla-
vado en l. a. Habana Vieja, donde se han
realizado varias etapas de excavación. en-
contrándose materiales cerámicos muy im-
portantes, los cuales han permitido hacer
un estudio sobre los angeles mayólica española de
los siglos XVI y XVII. l. a. mayólica mexicana
del XVlll y l. a. porcelana oriental contempo-
El segundo trabajo, «El Yayal». es un sitio
arqueológico de transculturación ¡ndohispá-
nica de grandes proporciones. ubicado en el
área holguinera; en el lugar se han encon-
trado objetos que pueden clasificarse como
transculturados. asi como elementos en el
ajuar indígena que denotan una convivencia
bastante dilatada entre españoles y abori-
genes. Este caso es único, hasta el momen-
to. en las Antillas. Los dos trabajos tienen
una amplia bibliografía y algunas ilustra-

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