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    • Iconografía tiwanaku en la parafernalia inhalatoria de los Andes centro-sur 

      Torres, Constantino M. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Tiwanaku Iconography in South Central Andean Snuffing ParaphernaliaThis work presents an analysis of Tiwanaku iconography depicted on snuffing equipment, referring to other media when appropriate. This hallucinogenic ...
    • The Iconography on Objects from the Kuntur Wasi Site 

      Onuki, Yoshio (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2008)
      The archaeological materials associated with the Kuntur Wasi Temple in Cajamarca reveal rich iconographic representations. They are important for revealing the cosmology that gave meaning to the ceremonial activities of ...
    • La identidad de las diez panacas en el Cuzco incaico 

      Zuidema, R. Tom (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      The Identity of the Ten Panacas in Incaic CuzcoOne notion well-known in the modern literature on the Incas, which was first introduced by Sarmiento de Gamboa, in 1572, is that the ten panacas of Cuzco were formed in a ...
    • Identidad étnica bajo el dominio inka: una evaluación arqueológica y etnohistórica de las repercusiones del Estado Inka en el grupo étnico Canas 

      Sillar, Bill; Dean, Emily (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2002)
      Ethnic Identity under Inka Rule: An Archaeological and Ethnohistoric Assessment of the Effects of the Inka State on the Canas Ethnic GroupCieza de Leon describes how after agreeing to an amnesty with Inka Viracocha the ...
    • Identidad y filiación por suyu en el Imperio Incaico 

      Julien, Catherine (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2002)
      Identity and Suyu Affiliation in the Inca EmpireBy means of two discrete examples, this study attempts to show that the Incas forged imperial identities using the division of Andean space in four suyus, or Tawantinsuyu. ...
    • Identidad, etnicidad e imperios: algunas reflexiones finales 

      Kaulicke, Peter (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      Identity, Ethnicity and Empires: Some Final ThoughtsThe article doesn't have an abstract
    • Imperialism in the Middle Horizon: a reprisal of the classic paradigm, Cuzco, Peru 

      Glowacki, Mary (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2012)
      Traditionally, the Middle Horizon has been characterized by the presence or influence of Wari imperialism throughout ancient Peru. With lesser known areas of the Andes now being explored, this view is considered somewhat ...
    • The importance of the sea in Lima religion: an interdisciplinary proposal 

      Vargas Nalvarte, Pedro (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2015)
      This article proposes the existence of a cult dedicated to a female sea deity on the Central Coast of Peru during the Early Intermediate Period (200-700 AD). This research is based on archaeological evidence of ritual ...
    • Importancia de las Salinas de San Blas durante el Periodo Formativo en la sierra central del Perú 

      Morales, Daniel (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 1998)
      The Salinas de San Blas Site’s Importance during the Formative Period in the Central Highlands of PerúBased on excavations at San Blas in 1974 the author presents a sequence from Late Archaic to Early Intermediate Period, ...
    • In Memoriam 

      Church, Warren; Guengerich, Anna (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2017)
    • In memoriam: Craig Morris (1939-2006) 

      Santillana, Julián (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2005)
      In memoriam: Craig Morris (1939-2006)The text doesn´t have an abstract
    • ¿Inca o español? Las identidades de Paullu Topa Inca 

      MacCormack, Sabine (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      Inca or Spanish? The Identities of Paullu Topa IncaPaullu Topa Inca tends to be described, in modern historiography, as a traitor to his own people. This judgement misrepresents the circumstances of his life as perceived ...
    • Inca Presence in the "Landscape of Events" of the Puna de Jujuy Sector: Huanca, Usno, Cachauis and Quipildor 

      Gentile, Margarita E. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2003)
      The northeast sector of the highland of Jujuy was part of the Collasuyu region, in the south zone of the Tahuantinsuyu. There are clearly visible four architectural elements that was part of the "landscape events" between ...
    • Incipient Organization and Socio-Public Spaces: Three Andean Cases 

      Dillehay, Tom D. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2006)
      Three archaeological cases from different areas of the Andes are employed to study the rise of social and cultural complexity in varying social and economic contexts, with the intention of distinguishing certain environmental ...
    • Industrias líticas de Huari y Tiwanaku 

      Bencic, Catherine M. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      Lithic Industries of Huari and TiwanakuLithics in New World complex societies are often studied in terms of formal tools and specialized production, with flake tools and debitage given very little attention. However, the ...
    • La influencia wari en el incario y las peregrinaciones 

      Rostworowski de Diez Canseco, María (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      Wari Influence in the Inca Empire and PilgrimagesCusi Yupanqui’s victory over the Chancas, which was possibly responsible for the destruction of the Wari state, might be related to his adoption of a new name, Pachacutec. ...
    • Ingatambo: un sitio estratégico de contacto interregional en la zona norte del Perú 

      Yamamoto, Atsushi (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2008)
      Ingatambo: A Strategic Site of Interregional Contact in Northern PerúThis paper presents the results of archaeological research in the Huancabamba Valley and excavations at the site of Ingatambo in the same valley, northern ...
    • The Initial Period in Pernil Alto, Palpa, South Coast of Perú 

      Reindel, Markus; Isla, Johny A. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2009)
      Apart from the materials and archaeological contexts excavated at Hacha in the Acarí Valley, until now evidence for the Initial Period along the southern coast of Perú were limited to some isolated findings that lacked ...
    • The inka of Chachapoyas 

      Schjellerup, Inge R. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2017)
      The entrance of the Inka into the territory of the Chachapoya in the cloud forest of northeastern Peru entailed strong clashes with the semi-lowland tribes here. Over their sixty years of occupation, they tried to destroy ...
    • Inkas y Chichas: identidad, transformación y una cuestión fronteriza 

      Raffino, Rodolfo A.; Vitry, Christian; Gobbo, Diego (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      Inkas and Chichas: Identity, Transformation and a Border QuestionDuring their dominion of the plateau and valleys of the south of present-day Bolivia and boreal north of Argentina, the Inka mining and agricultural enterprises ...