This article's main objective is to raise possible comparisons between body typefaces belonging to linguistic group Macro Jê (South Je), known from the ethnographic literature as Xoklegs and Kaingans. This body painting are described by Sergio Batista da Silva (2001), with geometric motifs recorded in prehistoric art sites located in the extreme south of Santa Catarina (Malacara I and Toca do Tatu) , to understand symbolic employees aspects in the making of prehistoric art sites through the methodology proposed by the author quoted above

Possibilidades para uma interpretação de sítios com arte pré-histórica: o caso do sítio Malacara I e Toca do Tatu

PEREIRA SANTOS, Marcos Cesar;
2016

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This article's main objective is to raise possible comparisons between body typefaces belonging to linguistic group Macro Jê (South Je), known from the ethnographic literature as Xoklegs and Kaingans. This body painting are described by Sergio Batista da Silva (2001), with geometric motifs recorded in prehistoric art sites located in the extreme south of Santa Catarina (Malacara I and Toca do Tatu) , to understand symbolic employees aspects in the making of prehistoric art sites through the methodology proposed by the author quoted above
Body painting. Rock’art. Macro Jê.
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