Albarracin-Jordan, Juan V.
Mathews, James Edward
Asentimentos prehispanicos del Valle de Tiwanaku: Vol. I
La Paz, Bolivia: Producciones CIMA, [s.n.]. 127-261 p.: ill., maps
Juan V. Albarracin-Jordan and James E. Matthews
HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.:
HRAF, 1998. Computer file
Aymara Kingdoms (SF50)
Acculturation and culture contact (177);
Sociocultural trends (178);
Ceramic technology (323);
Chronologies and culture sequences (911);
Functional specialization areas (913);
Typologies and classifications (914);
This study, in Spanish, adopts a regional focus to identify distinct types of settlements that developed in the area around Tiwanaku -- one of the most important centers of the south central Andes. These data are further supplemented with additional information on subsistence patterns and ceramic analysis. The major focus of the work is on the valley of Tiwanaku and on the sites (or settlements) representative of the various temporal periods in the region, from formative (1500 B.C.-100 A.D.) to the late Pacajes period (ca. 1540 A.D.-1600 A.D.).
Document ID: sf50-002
component part(s) monograph
Eight maps on 8 folded leaves in pocket in v. 1
Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, p. 199-209)
Only pages i-ix, 1-9, 137-261 are included
John Beierle; 1997
1100 A.D.-1600 A.D.
Valley of Tiwanaku, Peru, Bolivia
Indians of South America--Antiquities