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Potatoes Papas

Author : Inés Vaughn
ISBN : 9781435827288
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Discusses the origins of potatoes, the fact that they are tubers, their use in Latin America, their spread throughout the world, and different kinds of potatoes.
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Second Spanish Reader

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Scale And The Incas

Author : Andrew James Hamilton
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A groundbreaking work on how the topic of scale provides an entirely new understanding of Inca material culture Although questions of form and style are fundamental to art history, the issue of scale has been surprisingly neglected. Yet, scale and scaled relationships are essential to the visual cultures of many societies from around the world, especially in the Andes. In Scale and the Incas, Andrew Hamilton presents a groundbreaking theoretical framework for analyzing scale, and then applies this approach to Inca art, architecture, and belief systems. The Incas were one of humanity's great civilizations, but their lack of a written language has prevented widespread appreciation of their sophisticated intellectual tradition. Expansive in scope, this book examines many famous works of Inca art including Machu Picchu and the Dumbarton Oaks tunic, more enigmatic artifacts like the Sayhuite Stone and Capacocha offerings, and a range of relatively unknown objects in diverse media including fiber, wood, feathers, stone, and metalwork. Ultimately, Hamilton demonstrates how the Incas used scale as an effective mode of expression in their vast multilingual and multiethnic empire. Lavishly illustrated with stunning color plates created by the author, the book's pages depict artifacts alongside scale markers and silhouettes of hands and bodies, allowing readers to gauge scale in multiple ways. The pioneering visual and theoretical arguments of Scale andthe Incas not only rewrite understandings of Inca art, but also provide a benchmark for future studies of scale in art from other cultures.
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El Oro De La Yunga

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El Oro De Los C Sares

Author : Julio Torres
ISBN : IND:30000057293593
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"Novela histórica rica en datos ornados de un lenguaje erudito y fantasioso. América y Europa se hermanan en la prosa que recrea armoniosamente la época colonial"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
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Da La Prehistoria A La Revolucion Industrial

Author : Globe Fearon
ISBN : 0835908062
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This two-volume, highly readable softcover world history program covers all the major topics in a world history curriculum. Included are Early Civilizations Around the World;The Industrial Revolution Has Global Impact; and Wars, Revolutions, and Efforts for Peace in the Twentieth Century. Reading Level: 5-6 Interest Level: 9-12
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Oro Del Per

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Ancient Cuzco

Author : Brian S. Bauer
ISBN : 9780292702790
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The Cuzco Valley of Peru was both the sacred and the political center of the largest state in the prehistoric Americas—the Inca Empire. From the city of Cuzco, the Incas ruled at least eight million people in a realm that stretched from modern-day Colombia to Chile. Yet, despite its great importance in the cultural development of the Americas, the Cuzco Valley has only recently received the same kind of systematic archaeological survey long since conducted at other New World centers of civilization. Drawing on the results of the Cuzco Valley Archaeological Project that Brian Bauer directed from 1994 to 2000, this landmark book undertakes the first general overview of the prehistory of the Cuzco region from the arrival of the first hunter-gatherers (ca. 7000 B.C.) to the fall of the Inca Empire in A.D. 1532. Combining archaeological survey and excavation data with historical records, the book addresses both the specific patterns of settlement in the Cuzco Valley and the larger processes of cultural development. With its wealth of new information, this book will become the baseline for research on the Inca and the Cuzco Valley for years to come.
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