, for example Puerto Rico, and Latin America,
for example Brazil, have a very different methodological and museological
approach to the colonial divides, in which a bold point of departure in the
genocidal violence exerted by the European colonisers towards both the original
populations and African people enslaved through the transatlantic slave trade
create a consistent interpretative background for the subsequent entanglements
and unique cultural métissage between these three groups.
35 The surveys of discrimination in the sector carried out by the UK Museums
blades and the respectful wrapping of selected human remains (honoured fallen warriors?), sometimes associated with carefully chosen bundles of exotic stones. In contrast, the sight of four ‘os coxae’ (pelvic girdle arches) on an alder branch, stacked left/right/left/right, smacks instead of the deliberate humiliation of an enemy’s corpse (Holst et al . 2018 : 5922). This differential treatment suggests subtle discrimination of the dead by those scarred by this event: needing to make an end to it through this final act of deposition.
At Vimose, meanwhile, weapons