Botocudos


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Bo`to`cu´dos


n. pl.1.A Brazilian tribe of Indians, noted for their use of poisons; - also called Aymborés.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(2014) "Two ancient human genomes reveal Polynesian ancestry among the indigenous Botocudos of Brazil".
Aparentemente admirada com o pais, antes de partir, em julho, "Sarah Bernhardt comprou, na acreditada casa Maria Jung, na rua Primeiro de Marco, diversos vestuarios e armas indigenas, constantes de cocares, arcos, flechas, zarabatanas, etc., usados pelos indios coroados e botocudos." (Diversoes, 1886, p.
Nesse vies, diversos autores, como Joao Batista de Lacerda, compararam sambaquieiros, remanescentes de Lagoa Santa e, principalmente, Botocudos, sendo estes muitas vezes entendidos como o grau mais inferior.
Nuevamente en el terreno de la literatura no convencional, un estudio de 2014 ha indicado la presencia de rasgos Sundadontes en poblaciones historicas de Lagoa Santa, Sambaquis (en las areas costera del estado de Rio de Janeiro) y de nativos Botocudos (regionalmente pertenecientes a los actuales estados de Minas Gerais, Espirito Santo y Bahia) (Huffman), hallazgo sumamente relevante pero imposible de catalogar en esta revision.
(51) A lo largo del siglo XIX el Gobierno imperial brasileno emprendio una intensa guerra constra los indios Botocudos, vistos entonces como enemigos del Imperio.
In this context, a commentary from Gustav Adolf Zwanziger shows that the image of the "wild Botocudos" was quite popular at the Vienna exhibition, although those Indians lived far from the Amazon and had nothing to do with Frisch's Amahuas.
A second study in the same Current Biology, also led by Malaspinas, finds that two ancient skulls from a Brazilian group known as Botocudos have entirely Polynesian ancestry.
[60] described an unexpected mitochondrial lineage, traditionally considered Polynesian, among teeth samples obtained from two Amerindian skulls (Botocudos, who lived in the southwest Brazil at XIX century).
Indios imperiais: os Botocudos, os militares e a colonizagao do rio Doce (Espirito Santo, 1824-1845).