THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF TIWANAKU THE MYTHS HISTORY AND SCIENCE OF AN ANCIENT ANDEAN CIVILIZATION

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The Archaeology Of Tiwanaku

Author : Juan Albarracín-Jordán
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028803521
Genre : History
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Category: History

Identity And Power In The Ancient Andes

Author : John Wayne Janusek
ISBN : 9781135940898
Genre : Social Science
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The Tiwanaku state was the political and cultural center of ancient Andean civilization for almost 700 years. Identity and Power is the result of ten years of research that has revealed significant new data. Janusek explores the origins, development, and collapse of this ancient state through the lenses of social identities--gender, ethnicity, occupation, for example--and power relations. He combines recent developments in social theory with the archaeological record to create a fascinating and theoretically informed exploration of the history of this important civilization.
Category: Social Science

Historical Dictionary Of Ancient South America

Author : Martin Giesso
ISBN : 9781538102374
Genre : History
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This second edition of Historical Dictionary of Ancient South America contains a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 700 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, politics, economy, foreign relations, religion, and the culture of ancient South America.
Category: History

Indigeneity And Decolonization In The Bolivian Andes

Author : Anders Burman
ISBN : 9781498538497
Genre : History
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This book explores how Evo Morales’s victory in the 2005 Bolivian presidential elections led to indigeneity as the core of decolonization politics. Burman analyzes how indigenous Aymara ritual specialists are essential in representing this indigeneity in official state ceremony and in legitimizing the president’s role as “the indigenous president.”
Category: History

The Tiwanaku

Author : Alan L. Kolata
ISBN : 1557861838
Genre : History
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This book is an exploration of 3000 years of Tiwanakan history, from the first appearance of their settlement around the shores of Lake Titicaca to their contemporary descendants in the Andes. The author draws on archaeological evidence throughout the region, supplementing this with what can be drawn from later recorded myths and legends. He presents both a narration of Tiwanakan history and an account of the development of their culture, political economy, and insofar as possible, their daily lives. He also describes the development of Tiwanakan architecture and technology, particularly the sophisticated hydraulic engineering used in raised field agriculture. Illustrated throughout with photographs, diagrams and maps, this book will be the fullest account to date of one of the greatest of the lost civilizations of South America.
Category: History

Ancient Tiwanaku

Author : John Wayne Janusek
ISBN : 0521816351
Genre : History
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The Tiwanaku civilization, centred on Lake Titicaca, was of pre-eminent importance in the Andean region, from approximately 500-1100, yet has attracted considerably less attention, both popular and scholarly, than the Incas who came to replace them. Archaeology has only started to focus on the Tiwanaku in a major way in the last twenty or so years; this excellent study surveys and synthesises that research. It looks at the relationship between humans and landscape in the High Andes, examines the emergence of Tinawaku as a socially complex and highly diverse civilization, includes a detailed investigation of the archaeology of the city of Tinawaku, traces the relationship between Tinawaku and neighbouring civilizations, particularly the Wari, and finally charts the collapse of the empire. Challenging yet accessible to the non-specialist, there are plenty of thought provoking conclusions with wider applications for the study of high altitude cultures.
Category: History

Tiwanaku

Author : Margaret Young-S¾nchez
ISBN : 9780803249219
Genre : Art
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Introduces the striking artwork and fascinating rituals of this highland culture through approximately one hundred works of art and cultural treasures.
Category: Art

Latin America

Author : Juan Manuel Pérez
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173019112570
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines