Paloma Cuello del Pozo
- Areas of Speciality
- Ph.D. Archaeology
- Anthropology 313D
- Lori Wright
- First Year In the Program
My interest is on the use of analytical methods in archaeology with a special focus in stable isotope analyses. Another field I am studying is ancient genomics, specifically to answer questions of peopling of the Canary Islands. Additionally, for my dissertation, I am exploring questions on landscape use, economic activities and mobility of ancient Canary aboriginals. I am actively developing a baseline of bioavailable strontium isotopes in the archipelago in order to compare data with archaeological human remains that I have obtained from Tenerife and Gran Canaria islands.
Other branches and geographical areas of archaeology I am interested in include mortuary archaeology, osteology, archaeopalynology, and Andean archaeology.
Development of a bioavailable strontium baseline of the Canary Islands
El Campanario Archaeological Project: Huarmey -Peru. (https://www.archaeological.org/fieldwork/el-campanario-archaeological-project-huarmey-peru-bioarchaeology-and-archaeology-fieldwork/)
Stable isotope signals from two individuals buried at Pozo Izquierdo necropolis, Gran Canaria -Spain.
The Maritime Archaeology of the Canary Islands. In collaboration with Vicente Benítez Cabrera, Alexandre Monteiro, and Filipe Castro. Website link: https://nadl.tamu.edu/index.php/landscapes/europe_landscapes/islas-canarias/
Cuello-del-Pozo, Paloma (2019). Preliminary analysis of bioavailable stable isotopes of strontium (87Sr/86Sr) in Lanzarote Island: Proposal for the creation of a baseline for its application in Canarian archaeology. Anuario de Estudios Atlánticos, 65, 1-17.