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Dynamique du socio-écosystème maya du territoire de subsistance de la cité de Naachtun (Petén, Guatemala) entre 1500 av. et 1000 apr. J.-C. Développements méthodologiques et résultats préliminaires d'une approche systémique multiscalaire

Abstract : In the centre of the Mayan Lowlands, several scientific and technical obstacles hinder the understanding of long-term socio-environmental dynamics, at the scale of the territories of the cities. The study of the socio-ecosystem of Naachtun, a Maya city of the Classic period, is not exempt from these constraints. How did natural resources (water, soil and living resources) along with management strategies change, in the past in the territory of this city, with special respect to climate, social demands and relation with nature of the ancient Mayas? What were the associated socio-environmental risks and how did the resilience of the socio-ecosystem change? In order to answer these questions by removing these obstacles, new systemic, interdisciplinary and multiscalar, methodological research is being implemented (geoarchaeology, archaeo-geography, palaeoecology, archaeobotany, archaeozoology and geochronology). Preliminary results reveal the complexity of the Mayan palimpsest territories produced during the ~ 1500 BCE-1000 CE period and inform the cross dynamics of hydrosystems, agrosystems and sociosystems.
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Cyril Castanet, Philippe Nondédéo, Lydie Dussol, Marc Testé, Louise Purdue, et al.. Dynamique du socio-écosystème maya du territoire de subsistance de la cité de Naachtun (Petén, Guatemala) entre 1500 av. et 1000 apr. J.-C. Développements méthodologiques et résultats préliminaires d'une approche systémique multiscalaire. CIST2020 - Population, temps, territoires, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique [CNRS], Ined, Université Paris 1, Nov 2020, Paris-Aubervilliers, France. ⟨hal-03114089⟩

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