Domestic Architecture, Ethnicity, and Complementarity in the South-Central Andes

Domestic Architecture, Ethnicity, and Complementarity in the South-Central Andes

by Mark S. Aldenderfer

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ISBN-13: 9781587290015
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Publication date: 04/01/1993
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 188
File size: 4 MB

Table of Contents


Domestic Architecture, Household Archaeology,
and the Past in the South-Central Andes
Mark S. Aldenderfer and Charles Stanish

Domestic Space, Mobility, and Ecological
Complementarity: The View from Asana
Mark S. Aldenderfer

House, Community, and State in the Earliest
Tiwanaku Colony: Domestic Patterns and State
Integration at Omo M12, Moquegua
Paul Goldstein

An Archaeological Study of Social Structure
and Ethnic Replacement in Residential
Architecture in the Tumilaca Valley
Garth Bawden

Domestic Architecture of the Estuquina Phase:
Estuquina and San Antonio
Geoffrey W. Conrad

Late Intermediate Period Domestic Architecture
and Residential Organization at La Yaral
Don S. Rice

Domestic Architecture of Lupaqa Area Sites in
the Department of Puno
Charles Stanish, Edmundo de la Vega,
and Kirk Lawrence Frye

Spatial Dimensions of Complementary
Resource Utilization at Acha-2 and San Lorenzo
Ivan Munoz Ovalle

Late Intermediate Period Architecture
of Lukurmata
Karen Wise

Continuity and Change in Household Life
at Lukurmata
Marc Bermann

Torata Alta: A Late Highland Settlement in the
Osmore Drainage
Mary Van Buren, Peter T. Burgi,
and Prudence M. Rice

South-Central Andean Domestic Architecture:
A View from the South
Mario A. Rivera

Notes on the Contributors
References Cited

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