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    • Vasijas para la fiesta y la fama: producción artesanal en un centro urbano huari 

      Cook, Anita G.; Benco, Nancy L. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      Pottery for Celebration and Fame: Ceramic Artisan Production in a Huari Urban CenterRecent excavations at the Huari site of Conchopata have suggested that the southern sector of the large urban center may have served, at ...
    • Los vasos-efigie antropomorfos: un ejemplo de la orfebrería de la costa central durante el Periodo Intermedio Tardío y el Horizonte Tardío 

      Carcedo, Paloma; Vetter, Luisa; Diez Canseco, Magdalena (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2004)
      Anthropomorphic Effigy Vases: A Silvermith’s Production during the Late Intermediate Period and Late HorizonAnthropomorphic effigy vases have been classified, without any scientific basis, as belonging to the Chimu Culture. ...
    • A view of Wari research: paradigms and perspectives on the Middle Horizon 

      Schreiber, Katharina (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2012)
      In this introductory article, the history of Wari studies is summarized in brief terms. The urban site of Huari is considered, including evidence for its occupation prior to the Middle Horizon, and spatial patterning of ...
    • Violencia en el desierto: un entierro arcaico en el sitio de Villa del Mar-IPSS, Ilo 

      Guillén, Sonia E.; Carpio, Gerardo (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 1999)
      Violence in the Desert: An Archaic Burial from the Villa del Mar-IPSS Site in IloExcavations at the Villa del Mar site, at the sea shore of the district of llo in Moquegua, Peru, exposed the remains of an extended burial ...
    • Wari en Palpa y Nasca: perspectivas desde el punto de vista funerario 

      Isla, Johny A. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Wari in Palpa and Nasca: Perspectives from Funerary Point of ViewThis paper presents new evidences of Wari presence in the Palpa-Nasca region, on Peru's south coast. On the basis of the study of more than 200 intact mortuary ...
    • Los wari en su contexto local: Nasca y Sondondo 

      Schreiber, Katharina (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2000)
      The Wari in their Local Context: Nasca and SondondoThis paper presents archaeological data from the Sondondo valley (provincia Lucanas, Ayacucho),and the Nasca region of the south coast of Peru, and attempts to elucidate ...
    • Wari y Cajamarca 

      Watanabe, Shinya (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2001)
      Wari and CajamarcaThis article summarizes the archaeological evidence for Wari presence in the Cajamarca basin, of Peru's north highlands. Artifacts from a private collection are discussed. Wari presence seems to be limited ...
    • Warification and minoanisation 

      Knappett, Carl (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2012)
      Though distant in space and time, there are certain similarities between the processes of Warification and Minoanisation, the latter describing the uptake of Cretan (Minoan) materials and technologies across the Bronze Age ...
    • Who were Invited? Temporal and Functional Changes in Public Spaces as a Reflection of Shifting Leadership Strategies at Pukara during the Late Formative Period 

      Klarich, Elizabeth A. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2005)
      In the Lake Titicaca Basin, the sunken court complex has long been considered the archetypal public space. It is generally assumed that courts served as the major setting for ritual performance during the Formative period ...
    • Y la tradición continúa: la alfarería de la época inka en el valle de Ayacucho, Perú 

      Valdez, Lidio M. (Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. FondoEditorial, 2002)
      And the Tradition Continues: The Ceramics of Inka Period in Ayacucho Valley, PerúIn this paper, I evaluate the stylistic classification of the so called "Chanka" pottery. On the basis of the most recent findings I argue ...