2006

Andean Archaeology III

North and South

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ISBN: 978-0-387-28939-7 (Print) 978-0-387-28940-3 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Introduction

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Pages 3-19

      Regional Patterns

  2. The North

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Pages 23-27

      Introduction

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      Pages 28-66

      America’s First City? The Case of Late Archaic Caral

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      Pages 67-84

      Religious Warfare at Chankillo

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      Pages 85-111

      The Vicús-Mochica Relationship

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      Pages 112-142

      Competitive Feasting, Religious Pluralism and Decentralized Power in the Late Moche Period

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      Pages 143-170

      Northern Exposures: Recuay-Cajamarca Boundaries and Interaction

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      Pages 171-196

      Chimu Craft Specialization and Political Economy: A View from the Provinces

  3. The South

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Pages 199-209

      Introduction

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      Pages 210-236

      Early Village Society in the Formative Period in the Southern Lake Titicaca Basin

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      Pages 237-257

      The Emergence of Complex Society in the Titicaca Basin: The View from the North

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      Pages 258-278

      Redefining Plant Use at the Formative Site of Chiripa in the Southern Titicaca Basin

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      Pages 279-306

      Ritual and Society in Early Intermediate Period Ayacucho: A View From the Site of Ñawinpukyo

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      Pages 307-351

      Missing Links, Imaginary Links: Staff God Imagery in the South Andean Past

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      Pages 352-373

      Water, Blood and Semen: Signs of Life and Fertility in Nasca Art

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      Pages 374-400

      Burial Patterns and Sociopolitical Organization in Nasca 5 Society

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      Pages 401-434

      When and Where Did the Nasca Proliferous Style Emerge?

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      Pages 435-467

      Violence and Rural Lifeways at Two Peripheral Wari Sites in the Majes Valley of Southern Peru

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      Pages 468-493

      Suspension Bridges of the Inca Empire

  4. Conclusion

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Pages 497-518

      Rethinking the Central Andean Co-Tradition