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The upper (middle and late) formative in the Titicaca region.

Por: Hastorf, Christine A
Colaborador(es): Stanish, Charles, editor | Cohen, Amanda B, editor | Aldenderfer, Mark S, editor
Tipo de material: TextoTextoIdioma: Inglés Editor: California : Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, s.fDescripción: p- 65-94 : ilus., maps. ; 28 cmTema(s): ARQUEOLOGIA | PERIODO FORMATIVO SUPERIOR | LAGO TITICACA | YAYA-MAMA | ICONOGRAFIA | CERAMICA | ARQUITECTURA RITUAL | TIWANAKU | CULTURA CHIRIPAClasificación CDD: 930.1
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Contenido: Introduction -- Chronology -- The Archaeology -- The early upper formative (800/600 BC-250/100 BC) -- Site distributions -- Major sites -- Economy -- Ritual architecture -- Iconography -- The late upper formative (300 BC to AD 200) -- Site distribuions -- Ritual architecture -- Politics -- The terminal upper formative, AD 200 to 400 -- Economics -- Ritual evidence -- Iconography -- Politics -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgements.
Resumen: The upper formative phase (circa 800/600 BC to AD 400) in the south central highlands surrounding lake Titicaca spans over 1000 years in some locations. This period witnessed the creation of a series of rituaklly specialized and intensive agricultural-herding polities. Some consider this a time of social stratification with regional yet autonomous long lived centers.
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Contenido: Introduction -- Chronology -- The Archaeology -- The early upper formative (800/600 BC-250/100 BC) -- Site distributions -- Major sites -- Economy -- Ritual architecture -- Iconography -- The late upper formative (300 BC to AD 200) -- Site distribuions -- Ritual architecture -- Politics -- The terminal upper formative, AD 200 to 400 -- Economics -- Ritual evidence -- Iconography -- Politics -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgements.

The upper formative phase (circa 800/600 BC to AD 400) in the south central highlands surrounding lake Titicaca spans over 1000 years in some locations. This period witnessed the creation of a series of rituaklly specialized and intensive agricultural-herding polities. Some consider this a time of social stratification with regional yet autonomous long lived centers.

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