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Tiwanaku Political Economy

  • Charles Stanish

Abstract

The site of Tiwanaku was one of the earliest monuments in the Andes to capture the attention of the early chroniclers. These historians were keenly aware of how important the ruins at Tiwanaku were in the life of the people of the central Andes. It is therefore understandable that many of their accounts of Andean origin narratives at Tiwanaku were often recast with Christian symbolism.

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