Ceramics of the indigenous cultures of South America : studies of production and exchange through compositional analysis / edited by Michael D. Glascock, Hector Neff, and Kevin J. Vaughn.
- Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 
xv, 296 pages ; 29 cm
- South America -- Antiquities.
Indian pottery -- South America.
Indians of South America -- Antiquities.
- Chapter one. Compositional analysis of archaeological ceramics / Michael D. Glascock
Chapter two. Pottery production and consumption in the Andean-Amazonian frontier of southwestern Colombia (2500-500 BP) / Hernando J. Giraldo, Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, and Alejandra M. GudinÌo
Chapter three. Cultural implications of instrumental neutron activation analysis of ceramics from Palmitopamba, Ecuador / Ronald D. Lippi and Alejandra M. GudinÌo
Chapter four. Fabric and culture : technological change in Ecuadorian finger-painted pottery / Maria A. Masucci, Hector Neff, Michael D. Glascock, and Robert J. Speakman
Chapter five. Crafting beer jars for the Inca on the north coast of Peru / Frances Hayashida
Chapter six. Early horizon Cupisnique ceramic production in Pomac, north coast of Peru : the role of archaeometry in its holistic understanding / Izumi Shimada
Chapter seven. Was Huacas de SicaÌn a pilgrimage center? : results from compositional analysis of serving vessels from the Great Plaza / Go Matsumoto
Chapter eight. Chemical characterization and patterns of ceramic movement in the Cajamarca region of northern Peru / Jason L. Toohey
Chapter nine. Inca craft and ritual production : compositional analysis of ceramic pigments from the Temple of the Sun, Pachacamac / James A. Davenport
Chapter ten. The analysis of Inca pottery from the Cuzco region : implications for the provisioning of ceramics for Machu Picchu and other Inca sites / Richard L. Burger, Lucy C. Salazar, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter eleven. The 1,500 years of pottery production in the Nasca region of Peru : instrumental neutron activation analysis from the site of La Tiza / Christina A. Conlee, Matthew T. Boulanger, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter twelve. Wari ceramic production in the heartland and provinces / Patrick Ryan Williams, Donna Nash, Anita Cook, William Isbell, and Robert J. Speakman
Chapter thirteen. Compositional analysis of prehispanic pottery from the dry eastern lowlands of Bolivia / William D. Gilstrap, Emlen Myers, and Hector Neff
Chapter fourteen. Pottery from funerary mounds along the arid Atacama Desert coast, Chile : chemistry, circulation, and exchange between the inlands and coast during the formative period / ItaciÌ Correa Girrulat, Francisco Gallardo, Mauricio Uribe RodriÌguez, Ester Echenique, JoseÌ Francisco Blanco, Samuel Flewett, Matthew T. Boulanger, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter fifteen. A compositional characterization of ceramic production and circulation during the formative period in TarapacaÌ, northern Chile / Mauricio Uribe RodriÌguez, EstefaniÌa Vidal Montero, Michael D. Glascock, Andrew Menzies, Marcia MunÌoz, and Cody C. Roush
Chapter sixteen. Testing the social aggregation hypothesis for Llolleo communities in Central Chile : style, pastes, and instrumental neutron activation analysis of ceramic smoking pipes and drinking pots / Fernanda Falabella, Silvia Alfaro, MariÌa Teresa Planella, Matthew T. Boulanger, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter seventeen. Recruited or annexed lineages : a chemical analysis of PureÌn and Lumaco pottery and clays / Leslie G. Cecil, Tom D. Dillehay, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter eighteen. Prestige ceramics in Inca Qollasuyu : production and distribution of imperial and regional ceramics in the southern Andes / VeroÌnica I. Williams, Terence N. D'Altroy, Hector Neff, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter nineteen. Social interaction and communities of practice in formative period northwestern Argentina : a multi-analytical study of ceramics / Marisa Lazzari, Lucas Pereyra Domingorena, Wesley D. Stoner, MariÌa Cristina Scattolin, MariÌa Alejandra Korstanje, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter twenty. From the mountains to the yungas : provenience and distribution of ceramics in Ambato societies of the Andes of Argentina in the fifth century AD / Martin Giesso, AndreÌs G. Laguens, Silvana R. Bertolino, Matthew T. Boulanger, and Michael D. Glascock
Chapter twenty-one. Instrumental neutron activation analysis of archaeological pottery from Mendoza, central western Argentina / Nuria SugranÌes, MariÌa JoseÌ Ots, Michael D. Glascock, and Gustavo Neme
Chapter twenty-two. Ancient exchange networks in the central Amazon / Eduardo G. Neves, Casimiro S. Munita, Roberto Hazenfratz, and Guilherme Z. MongeloÌ
Chapter twenty-three. Ceramic instrumental neutron activation analysis studies in South America / Hector Neff and Kevin J. Vaughn.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the George Clapp Vaillant Book Fund.
- George Clapp Vaillant Book Fund.
Glascock, Michael, editor.
Neff, Hector, editor.
Vaughn, Kevin J., editor.
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