In this paper we deal with the Neolithic burials at the site of Can Gambús-1, belonging of the so called “Cultura de los Sepulcros de Fosa” (from end of the fifth to the beginning of the fourth millennia cal BC). The main aim is to present new data on the procedures of excavation of the pits, the materials used in the covering of the graves and the treatment given to some of the corpses. The detailed archaeological reconstruction of the funerary behaviour has been possible thanks to the exceptional preservation of the graves and the rigorous process of archaeological excavation. Likewise, the grave goods recovered in the burials are presented. Their quantity and quality is outstanding compared with other similar funerary contexts.
ROIG, J. – COLL, J. M. – GIBAJA, J.F. – CHAMBON, P. – VILLAR, V. – RUIZ, J. – TERRADAS, X. – SUBIRÀ, M.E. (2010): “La necrópolis de Can Gambús-1 (Sabadell, Barcelona). Nuevos conocimientos sobre las prácticas funerarias durante el neolítico medio en el noreste de la Península Ibérica”, Trabajos de Prehistoria nº 67/1, p. 59-84.