EXPERIMENT AND EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE WAY OF LIFE OF THE HUMAN GROUPS THAT LIVED ON THE BANKS OF THE CÔA RIVER.
The Experimental Archaeology Workshop, operating since 2005, has been an important vehicle for explaining and demonstrating the most important aspects associated with the way of life during the Upper Paleolithic. Demonstration activities include stone carving, bone work, assembly of material after production (using differentiated techniques), production of fire, glues, rope from animal tendons, heating of liquids, demonstration of perforation on shale support. The Experimental Archaeology Workshop allows participants to understand, experiment and thus expand their knowledge about the way of life of the human groups who lived on the banks of the Côa River and produced the largest outdoor artistic ensemble in the world. In the upper paleolithic, the man of Cro-Magnon, our direct ancestor, lived in the surroundings of the Coa River Valley, and in some of its main tributaries. In this workshop we will develop some modalities of the interpretation of everyday life on the part of these men and women: recreate the production and use of hunting weapons, production of fire and realization of engravings on mobile xisto supports.
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