7 edition of Tiwanaku and its hinterland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alan L. Kolata.|
|Series||Smithsonian series in archaeological inquiry|
|Contributions||Kolata, Alan L.|
|LC Classifications||F3319.1.T55 K63 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|LC Control Number||95005837|
Tiwanaku: Spiritual and Political Centre of the Tiwanaku Culture. The city of Tiwanaku, capital of a powerful pre-Hispanic empire that dominated a large area of the southern Andes and beyond, reached its apogee between and AD. Its monumental remains testify to the cultural and political significance of this civilisation, which is. Tiwanaku and its Hinterland: Archaeology and Paleoecology, by A. Kolata et al. (), Buy it! Tiwanaku: Portrait of an Andean Civilization, by Alan Kolata (), Buy it! Tombs for the Living: Andean Mortuary Practices, by T. Dillehay ed. (), Buy it! Un siecle d'archeologie francaise au Perou (), by Pascal Riviale, OOP!
Tiwanaku Tiwanaku. After spending a long time at Lake Titicaca, it was late in the day when we finally arrived at our main attraction: Tiwanaku and Puma Punku. We started at Tiwanaku (also spelled Tiahuanaco or Tiahuanacu), where ab inhabitants lived in what was one of the largest native American civilizations in documented history Author: Stephanie Hubka. Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco). Its Mystery Solved at Last! By Gene D. Matlock. If Westerners would admit that many thousands of years ago, the world before Noah and the Great Flood was vastly different than it is now, many mysteries could be cleared up. One such mystery is the enigma of the ruins of Tiwanaku lying on the border of Bolivia and Perú.
Around AD, Tiwanaku started its expansion in the Titicaca basin, which reached its maximum around AD or slightly earlier; soon after this it began a slow decline as a regional entity Author: Charles Stanish. The capital city of Tiwanaku lies in the high river basins of the Tiwanaku and Katari rivers, at altitudes betw–13, feet (3,–4, meters) above sea level. Despite its location at such a high altitude, and with frequent frosts and thin soils, perhaps as many as 20,–40, people lived in the city at its heyday.
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The book presents, for the first time, a rich body of empirical data on the chronology of the Tiwanaku state; the nature of the social and political relationships between the city and its hinterland; the form and meaning of its monumental and elite architecture; and the texture of everyday life in its residential s: 0.
The book presents, for the first time, a rich body of empirical data on the chronology of the Tiwanaku state; the nature of the social and political relationships between the city and its hinterland; the form and meaning of its monumental and elite architecture; and the texture of everyday life in its residential : $ About Tiwanaku and Its Hinterland.
The book presents, for the first time, a rich body of empirical data on the chronology of the Tiwanaku state; the nature of the social and political relationships between the city and its hinterland; the form and meaning of its monumental and elite architecture; and the texture of everyday life in its residential quarters.
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Click Download or Read Online button to TIWANAKU-AND-ITS-HINTERLAND-AGROECOLOGY book. Tiwanaku (Spanish: Tiahuanaco or Tiahuanacu) is a Pre-Columbian archaeological site in western Bolivia near Lake Titicaca and one of the largest sites in South America.
Surface remains currently cover around 4 square kilometers and include decorated ceramics, monumental structures, and megalithic es: Tiwanaku empire. Tiwanaku and Its Hinterland: Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization, Vol. 1 (Smithsonian Series in Archaeological Inquiry) [ALAN L.
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ISBN. Title. Get this from a library. Tiwanaku and its hinterland: archaeology and paleoecology of an Andean civilization. Vol. 2, Urban and rural archaeology. [Alan Kolata;]. Book Review of: "Tiwanaku and its Hinterland. Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization." Alan L.
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[Alan L Kolata;] -- "Discusses physical environment, paleoecology, raised fields, groundwater control, nutrient fluxes, long-term sustainability, experimental rehabilitation, and impact of climate fluctuations on the.
In this volume, Kolata and his colleagues assert that Tiwanaku actually supported a large population that prospered for centuries using raised-field agriculture and document the ongoing archaeological and paleoecological research in the Lake Titicaca Basin of Bolivia. B&w photographs.
Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. BooknewsPages: In Tiwanaku and Its Hinterland: Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization, Vol. 2, edited by Alan L. Kolata, pp. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. Kolata, Alan L., and C.
Ortloff,Thermal Analysis of Tiwanaku Raised Field Systems in the Lake Titicaca Basin of Bolivia. Tiwanaku, also spelled Tiahuanaco or Tiwanacu, major pre-Columbian civilization known from ruins of the same name that are situated near the southern shore of Lake Titicaca in main Tiwanaku site was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in Some scholars date the earliest remains found at the site to the early part of the Early Intermediate Period (c.
Kolata, Alan L.,Tiwanaku and Its Hinterland: Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization, University of Chicago, Chicago. Paul V. Heinrich All comments are the [email protected] personal opinion of the writer and Baton Rouge, LA do not constitute policy and/or opinion of government or corporate entities.
The Tiwanaku Hinterland. Subsistence Base. The Titicaca Basin, especially that area adjacent to the southern (Bolivian) shore constituted the Tiwanaku “sustaining hinterland.” This area supported a number of densely populated sites and smaller rural sites and a large network of specialized agricultural systems, all bound together in an administrative network that created.
Tiwanaku and its Hinterland: Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization Sub-series of: Smithsonian Series in Archaeological Inquiry Keep up. This book offers a detailed account of Inca history, society, and culture through the lens of archaeology, written documents, and ethnographic accounts of native Andeans.
Throughout the Andes, public works ordained by the emperors of the Incas dominate and transform the natural landscape. Cities, temples and fortresses of stone, marvelously engineered roads cut through.
The ruins of Tiwanaku (sometimes spelled Tiahuanaco or Tihuanaco) make for a good day trip from La Paz for those who want to view a few carved monoliths, archways and arcades, and two decent museums.
It’s no Machu Picchu or Tikal, but history buffs will love diving into the myths and mysteries of this lost civilization.
By the shores of Lake Titicaca, the largest body of water in the South American highland, rose the city of Tiwanaku. Its megalithic structures were constructed betweenøAD and By Tiwanaku had become the capital of an expanding empire in the Andes that endured until approximately ADwhen extended drought caused water levels to fall and agriculture to fail.
Ancient Tiwanaku. John Wayne Janusek ), Out of Many, One (Latin American Antiqu ), Tiwanaku and its Precursors (Journal of Archaeological Resea ), Household and City in Tiwanaku (in Andean Archaeology, Helaine Silverman ed., Blackwell ), five chapters in Tiwanaku and its Hinterland Vol.
II (Alan Kolata ed 4/5(8).In book: Tiwanaku and its Hinterland: Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization, Edition: 1, Chapter: 8, Publisher: Smithsonian Institution Press, Editors: Alan Kolata, pp