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

CONTENTS

1
Domestic Architecture, Household Archaeology,
and the Past in the South-Central Andes
Mark S. Aldenderfer and Charles Stanish

2
Domestic Space, Mobility, and Ecological
Complementarity: The View from Asana
Mark S. Aldenderfer

3
House, Community, and State in the Earliest
Tiwanaku Colony: Domestic Patterns and State
Integration at Omo M12, Moquegua
Paul Goldstein

4
An Archaeological Study of Social Structure
and Ethnic Replacement in Residential
Architecture in the Tumilaca Valley
Garth Bawden

5
Domestic Architecture of the Estuquina Phase:
Estuquina and San Antonio
Geoffrey W. Conrad

6
Late Intermediate Period Domestic Architecture
and Residential Organization at La Yaral
Don S. Rice

7
Domestic Architecture of Lupaqa Area Sites in
the Department of Puno
Charles Stanish, Edmundo de la Vega,
and Kirk Lawrence Frye

8
Spatial Dimensions of Complementary
Resource Utilization at Acha-2 and San Lorenzo
Ivan Munoz Ovalle

9
Late Intermediate Period Architecture
of Lukurmata
Karen Wise

10
Continuity and Change in Household Life
at Lukurmata
Marc Bermann

11
Torata Alta: A Late Highland Settlement in the
Osmore Drainage
Mary Van Buren, Peter T. Burgi,
and Prudence M. Rice


12
South-Central Andean Domestic Architecture:
A View from the South
Mario A. Rivera

Notes on the Contributors
References Cited
Index

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