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The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA is a premier research organization dedicated to the preservation of cultural heritage through the documentation and publication of scholarly archaeological research.  Specializing in producing high-quality academic volumes, the Press publishes in a number of different series including Monumenta Archaeologica, Monographs, Cotsen Advanced Seminars, and Ideas, Debates and Perspectives.

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Advances in Titicaca Basin Archaeology-1
First in a series of edited volumes that reports on recent research in the south central Andes. Volume I contains 18 chapters that cover the entire range of human settlement in the region, from the Early Archaic to the early Colonial Period. A critical resource for scholars working in the central Andes and adjacent areas.


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9781931745154 | Published: 2005
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9781931745192 | Published: 2005
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Advances in Titicaca Basin Archaeology-2
Second in a series of studies on the archaeology of the Titicaca Basin, serves as an excellent springboard for broader discussions of the roles of ritual, authority, coercion, and the intensification of resources and trade for the development of archaic states worldwide.


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9781931745727 | Published: 2013
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Agricultural Strategies
Includes chapters on the Middle East, South Asia, Europe, Oceania, Mesoamerica, South America. Theoretical perspectives and approaches provide a framework for agricultural land-use and water management. An invaluable resource for those engaged in ongoing debates about the role of intensification and agriculture in the past and present.


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9781931745222 | Published: 2006
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9781931745246 | Published: 2006
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Altera Roma
Explores the confrontation of two cultures, European and Amerindian, and two empires, Spanish and Aztec. Eminent historians and archaeologists examine the analogies between empires widely separated in time and place and consider how monumental art and architecture created"theater states".


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9781938770012 | Published: 2016
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Andean Civilization
Brings together exciting new field data by Andean scholars who came together to honor their friend, colleague, and mentor. An invaluable addition to any Andeanist's library, the papers in this book demonstrate the breadth and influence of Moseley's work and the vibrant range of exciting new work by his former students and collaborators.


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9781931745536 | Published: 2009
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9781931745543 | Published: 2009
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Archaeological Research on the Islands of the Sun and Moon, Lake Titicaca, Bolivia
This book provides the final results of this work on one of the most important locations in the circum-Titicaca Basin, with detailed survey and excavation data indispensable for Andeanists and other scholars interested in the development of complex political, economic, and ritual systems in prehistory.


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9781931745123 | Published: 2004
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The Archaeology and Historical Ecology of Late Holocene San Miguel Island
Focusing on the five sites dated to the last 3,000 years, this book examines the archaeology and historical ecology of San Miguel Island, the westernmost and most isolated of California's northern Channel Islands. Topics include coastal adaptation, emergent cultural complexity, historical ecology and human impacts on ancient environments.


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9781931745369 | Published: 2007
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9781931745376 | Published: 2007
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Archaeology in the Borderlands
Traditionally portrayed as either a well-trod highway linking southwest Asia and the Eurasian Steppe or an isolated periphery of the ancient world. This book re-examines traditional archaeological work in the region by an international group of scholars from the Caucasus, its neighbors, Europe, and the United States.


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9781931745017 | Published: 2004
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The Archaeology of Grotta Scaloria
Grotta Scaloria, in Apulia, first discovered in 1931, excavated briefly in 1967, extensively from 1978-1980 by a joint UCLA-University of Genoa team, but not fully published until now. The project is important as historiography, showing changing trajectory of research across three generations of European and American archaeology.


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9781938770074 | Published: 2016
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The Archaeology of Mobility
This book provides a ready-made reference to the worldwide phenomenonarchaeology of nomadism in various regions and is unique in that it tries to redefine pastoralism within a larger context by the term mobility. It presents many new ideas and thoughtful approaches, especially in the Central Asian region.


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9781931745505 | Published: 2008
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