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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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Ceramic Production and Circulation in the Greater Southwest
Presents case studies of Southwestern ceramic production and distribution in which instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) is used as the primary analytical technique. Explores issues of exchange, migration, social identity, and economic organization, and provide a comparative perspective from which to view ceramic circulation patterns.


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9780917956980 | Published: 2002
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Ceramics of Postclassic Cholula, Mexico
Cholula played a prominent role in shaping events of central Mexico's Postclassic period. This book provides an innovative new classification of Cholula ceramics, based on artifact assemblages recovered from excavations. A detailed and well-illustrated description of ceramic types is provided to construct a new classification system.


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9780917956973 | Published: 2001
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Chavin
This book is the first in more than a decade to provide new information on the Chavin phenomenon of ancient Peru. Chapters in this book cover new interpretations of the history of the site of Chavin de Huantar, studies of related cultures, the role of shamanism, and many other topics of interest to specialists and the general reader.


Paperback    £38.00
9781931745451 | Published: 2008
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Early Scholars' Visits to Central America
This volume presents translations of essays by three German scholars - Karl Sapper, Walter Lehmann, and Franz Termer - who were preeminent in the social and natural science study of Central America in the early part of the twentieth century. Their research areas included ethnology, archaeology, geography, linguistics, and epigraphy.


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9780917956959 | Published: 2000
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Foundations of Chumash Complexity
Highlights research on the foundations of sociopolitical complexity in coastal California. The Chumash are increasingly recognized as complex hunter-gatherers with strong characteristics: leadership, a strong maritime economy based on oceangoing canoes, an integrative ceremonial system, and highly specialized craft production activities.


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9781931745574 | Published: 2005
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Gallinazo
Authors with different perspectives and backgrounds reconsider the nature of the Gallinazo culture and its position within north coast cultural history, while addressing wider issues about the development of complex societies in this area and within the Andean region in general.


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9781931745758 | Published: 2009
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9781931745741 | Published: 2009
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Machu Picchu
Using information gathered from historical, archaeological, and ethnographical sources, shows how the site is situated in the center of sacred mountains and associated with a sacred river, in turn linked with the sun's passage, meaning that Machu Picchu formed a cosmological, hydrological, and sacred geological center for a vast region.


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9781931745444 | Published: 2007
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Settlement and Subsistence in Early Formative Soconusco
The Soconusco region, a narrow strip of the Pacific coast of Mexico and Guatemala, is the location of some of the earliest pottery-using villages of ancient Mesoamerica. Investigations at El Varal, a special-purpose estuary site of the later Early Formative (1250-1000 B.C.) are described here.


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9781931745796 | Published: 2010
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9781931745789 | Published: 2010
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