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In Tiwanaku and Its Hinterland: Incas have integrated the gold-smithery from the North, the architecture of the central coast, the Altiplano farming techniques and the efficient trading system from southern people.
The Mochica culture — AD is well-known for its gold-smithery treasures, sophisticated ceramics and imposing temples built with mud-bricks; further South, Paracas culture BC — ADglobally known for its splendid textiles, funeral burden, and progressive medicine. Hacia el final del milenio.
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In Kuntur Wasi y Cerro Blanco: The extinction of the Chavin cult gave way to the emergence of state societies. Latin American Antiquity 20 2: Yale University Press, New Haven.
A Reappraisal of Chronology and Its Implications. Conklin and Jeffrey Quilter, pp. Latin American Antiquity 15 1: Caral embodies the mastery of agriculture in the arid valleys of the coast and became the central pillar that enabled 1, years later, the development of large ceremonial centers throughout the Andean territory; its outcome was Chavin de Huantar, in the northern Sierra.
Around 3, BC emerges the cornerstone of the great Andean civilization. The Chavin civilization — BC has developed the art of lithic sculpture, ceramic and gold-smithery to flaunt the main deity images such as bird, feline, snake and sacred hybrid beings which legitimated the governors divine power.
A new deity is featured in the Lambayeque art, with winged eyes and imposing ears ornaments. Ediciones Sian, Trujillo, Peru. Ok En savoir plus. In these circumstances the Lambayeque culture on the North coast arose. Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society 23 Further South the Chincha culture developed; they organized important maritime and terrestrial exchange networks. Thames and Hudson, New York. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.
University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. Sites marchands Commander sur amazon. On the central coast, the Chancay culture was prosperous with its unusual white pottery and remarkable quality of gauze textile art.
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Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization. Kingship and Statecraft in Chimoredited by Michael E.
Urban and Rural Archaeologyedited by Alan L. Plenum Press, New York and London. Preliminary Results to Date. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. Manzanilla and Frwresso Chapdelaine, pp.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Thus, little by little, the feather would impose itself in the Western collective imagination as one of the emblems of the New World.
From the fifteenth century on, artists took possession of the feather and contributed to the dissemination of the stereotyped image of the Indian bedecked in feathers, which would carol one of the symbols of the Americas. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Implications for Theories of State Origins.