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    • Tarapacá: contributions to andean history from a regional perspective (s. XV-XVI) 

      Urbina Araya, Simón; Uribe Rodríguez, Mauricio (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2016)
      Through both an archaeological and historical approach, we present a study of the indigenous sociopolitical formations of the Tarapacá region for the 15th and 16th centuries. Information is systematized from early documentary ...
    • Technological features of Lima fabrics associated with funerary contexts in Huaca Pucllana 

      Chuchón Ayala, Hilda (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2015)
      A detailed description of the technological features of the textiles found in funerary contexts and architectural hills of the latest occupational phases of the Lima Culture is presented. These materials were found as part ...
    • Los tejidos huari y tiwanaku: comparaciones y contextos 

      Oakland Rodman, Amy; Fernández, Arabel (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      Huari and Tiwanaku Textiles: Comparisons and ContextsLike all aspects of material culture, textiles related to Huari and Tiwanaku exhibit many similar iconographic characteristics, but remain essentially distinct in terms ...
    • El Templo Viejo de Pachacamac: nuevos aportes al estudio del Horizonte Medio 

      Franco, Régulo; Paredes, Ponciano (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      The Templo Viejo at Pachacamac: New Contributions to the Study of the Middle HorizonThe Old Temple of Pachacamac is one of the Lima culture compounds within the Pachacamac Sanctuary complex. Research by the authors between ...
    • Textiles del Horizonte Medio. Las evidencias de Huaca Malena, valle de Asia 

      Angeles, Rommel; Pozzi-Escot, Denise (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      Middle Horizon Textiles: Evidence from Huaca Malena, Asia ValleyArchaeological research was undertaken in 1997 at Huaca Malena in the Asia valley of Peru's south central coast, under the auspices of the Asia Municipal ...
    • The entanglements of people and things in Cerro de Oro, Perú 

      Fernandini Parodi, Francesca (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2019-04-17)
      People and things are entangled in heterogeneous blends that over time design a material world that is in constant need of maintenance and sustenance. The satisfaction of these needs entangles and entraps human beings, ...
    • The Thirteen Towers of Chankillo: Archaeoastronomy and Social Organization at the First Solar Observatory in America 

      Ghezzi, Iván; Ruggles, Clive (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2006)
      The Thirteen Towers of Chankillo run north-south along a low ridge within a fourth century BC ceremonial complex in north coastal Perú. From evident observing points within the adjacent buildings to the west and east, they ...
    • Thoughts about Central Andean Formative Languages and Societies 

      Kaulicke, Peter (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2010)
      This paper deals with the general problem of the Formative Period and presents a proposal for subdivision based upon characterizations of material cultures and their distributions as interaction spheres and traditions. ...
    • Tiempo y tradición en Arequipa, Perú, y el surgimiento de la cronología del Tema de la Deidad Central 

      Haeberli, Joerg (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Time and Tradition in Arequipa, Perú, and the Development of a Chronology for the Central Deity ThemeThe valleys of the department of Arequipa are poorly known archeologically when compared with many other regions of Peru. ...
    • Tiwanaku en Moquegua: interacciones regionales y colapso 

      Owen, Bruce D.; Goldstein, Paul S. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Tiwanaku in Moquegua: Regional Interactions and CollapseThe synthesis of data from excavations and systematic survey of the Osmore drainage promotes a new vision of the relationships between Wari, Tiwanaku, and indigenous ...
    • Tiwanaku en Moquegua: las colonias altiplánicas 

      Goldstein, Paul S.; Owen, Bruce D. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Tiwanaku in Moquegua: The Altiplano ColoniesInvestigations in Moquegua demonstrate two distinct waves of Middle Horizon colonization by altiplano settlers. Both Tiwanaku colonies allowed and ultimately replaced the Huaracane ...
    • Tiwanaku IV en Nazacara, Bolivia: apuntes para una cronología cultural 

      Pärssinen, Martti (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Tiwanaku IV at Nazacara, Bolivia: Some Notes to a Cultural Chronology   This article discusses two radiocarbon dates associated with Tiwanaku IV ceramics found at Nazacara, a village located approximately 45 kilometers ...
    • Los tocapus reales en Guamán Poma: ¿una heráldica incaica? 

      Eeckhout, Peter; Danis, Nathalie (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      Royal Tocapu in Guaman Poma: An Inca Heraldic?Tocapus are small quadrangles filled with geometric or stylized figurative motives that appear in series on textiles and ceremonial goblets of the Inca and Early Colonial ...
    • Topará in Pisco: settlement pattern and landscape 

      Peters, Ann (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2013)
      The settlement pattern associated with the presence of the Topara ceramic tradition in the lower Pisco River watershed and ad-jacent coastal plain is analyzed based on fieldwork and mapping carried out between 1985 y 1987 ...
    • Toward a conceptualization of a paracas urbanism in ánimas altas / ánimas bajas (Ica Valley)? 

      Bachir Bacha, Aïcha; Llanos, Daniel (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2013)
      Since 2009, within the framework of the Ánimas Altas Archaeological Program in Ica, Peru — under the direction of the au-thors — systematic excavations have been carried out in the Ánimas Altas/Ánimas Bajas archaeological ...
    • Tradition and changes in the Lima ceramics of Huaca Pucllana 

      Ccencho Huamaní, José (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2015)
      This article presents the results of an analysis of ceramics from the site of Huaca Pucllana carried out by Isabel Flores, director of the Huaca Pucllana Archaeological Project. This research is approached from the perspective ...
    • Transformación social y política en el Callejón de Huaylas, siglos III-X D.C. 

      Ponte R., Víctor M. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      Social and Political Transformation in the Callejón de Huaylas (III to X Centuries)Archaeological investigations between 1997-1999 in the Callejón de Huaylas, Peru -localized around the Pierina gold mine- have discovered ...
    • La transformación socioeconómica de Farfán bajo el gobierno inka 

      Mackey, Carol (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2003)
      The Socioeconomic Transformation of Farfán under Inka RuleInka political strategy in the Jequetepeque Valley was unknown until recent archaeological investigations at the administrative center of Farfan. Results of the ...
    • The transformation of the domestic space as result of changes in the public space in malata, an early colonial doctrine in the Colca Valley 

      Traslaviña Arias, Teddy Abel (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2016)
      The arrival of the Spaniards to the Colca Valley not only had repercussions in the public sphere but also the native populations were deeply influenced. Notwithstanding the records of these populations in the form of visitas ...
    • Transitional Paiján Architecture and Space 

      Dillehay, Tom D. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2011)
      The low frequency and often unique topographic setting of small circular stone ring structures of the late Paiján phase (ca. 11,200-9800 cal BP) necessitate a reconsideration of their nature and meaning at sites in several ...