The look of the Body Jewelry that you get now changed a lot then the look of the jewelry that you used to get in past. This type of jewelry you can wear with any type of dress so that you look very beautiful in it. The design of most of this type of jewelry also changed a lot. In these days the demand of this type of jewelry also changed a lot. This type of jewelry is worn in some specific part of the body. After a part of the body is pierced you can wear the jewelry is worn in it. The body jewelry is designed based on the age of the people who is going to wear it. If this type of jewelry is to be worn by a teenager then the look of the jewelry will be more trendy and stylish and it will be colorful too. If this type of jewelry is worn by an aged people or middle aged people then this type of jewelry comes in a sober design. In the earlier days this type of jewelry was worn by the people because of some religious belief or to show their culture. This type of rose gold body piercing jewelry is mostly in use because of the look and design of the jewelry. The body jewelry is worn the people for different type of purpose also. But some of the ladies or women prefer not only to wear this type of jewelry on some special occasion rather they wear it as a regular wear too.
Mesa Redonda Centenario o del inicio de las expediciones de Mark Raymond Harrington a Cuba 1915 – 2015 | CUBA ARQUEOLÓGICA

Mesa Redonda Centenario o del inicio de las expediciones de Mark Raymond Harrington a Cuba 1915 – 2015

Mesa Redonda Centenario o del inicio de las expediciones de Mark Raymond Harrington a Cuba 1915 – 2015

La Convención Internacional de Antropología ANTHROPOS 2015, lo invita a participar en la Mesa Redonda por el centenariodel inicio de las expediciones de Mark Raymond Harrington a Cuba (1915-2015).

TEMAS

  • Itinerario y marco geográfico de las expediciones de Harrington en Cuba.
  • Importancia de la obra de Harrington para la Arqueología de Cuba.
  • La colección Harrington y su significado para el patrimonio de la nación.
  • El Harrington desconocido: aportes a la Antropología de Cuba.
  • El arte rupestre en el marco de las expediciones de Harrington en Cuba.
  • Las áreas protegidas dentro del itinerario de Harrington en Cuba oriental

PANELISTAS INVITADOS

Dr. Armando Rangel Rivero
Museo Antropológico Montané, Universidad de la Habana

MSc.Daniel Torres Etayo
Centro de Estudios de Conservación, Restauración, y Museología, Universidad de las Artes

MSc. Alina Lomba Garmendía
Museo Antropológico Montané, Universidad de la Habana

MSc. Divaldo Gutiérrez Calvache
Grupo Cubano de Investigaciones del Arte Rupestre, Instituto de Antropología

MSc. Augusto Martínez Zorrilla
Centro Nacional de Áreas Protegidas

PALACIO DE CONVENCIONES

LA HABANA, CUBA | 9 AL 13 DE MARZO, 2015

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