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Political Landscapes of the Late Intermediate Period in the Southern Andes : The Pukaras and Their Hinterlands / edited by Alina Álvarez Larrain, Catriel Greco.

Edition:
1st ed. 2018.
Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
Series:
Earth and Environmental Science (Springer-11646)
The Latin American Studies Book Series, 2366-3421
The Latin American Studies Book Series, 2366-3421
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (IX, 271 pages) : 148 illustrations, 140 illustrations in color.
Subjects:
Archaeology.
Cultural geography.
Ethnology.
Latin America-Politics and government.
Regional economics.
Space in economics.
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Archaeology. (search)
Cultural Geography. (search)
Cultural Anthropology. (search)
Latin American Politics. (search)
Regional/Spatial Science. (search)
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Summary:
This book studies the relationship between pukaras and their surrounding landscape, focusing on the architectural and settlement variability registered in both contexts. It is the outcome of a symposium held at the XIX National Congress of Argentine Archaeology (San Miguel de Tucuman, August 8-12, 2016) entitled, "Pukaras, strategic settlements and dispersed settlements: Political landscapes of the Late Intermediate Period in the Southern Andes." Based on the topics discussed at the event, this book presents nine case studies covering a large geographic area within the Southern Andes (northwestern Argentina, northern Chile and southern Bolivia), and breaking the national barriers that tend to atomize pre-Hispanic landscapes. The respective chapters cover a wide range of themes: from architectural and settlement variability, ways to build and inhabit space, social segmentation and hierarchy; to endemic conflict, analysis of accessibility and visibility, spatiality and temporality of landscapes; as well as new dating. This book goes beyond the Late Intermediate Period (LIP) analyses from the perspective of fortified settlements and material evidence related to war, by placing the focus on how ancient political landscapes were constructed from the relation between the pukaras and other sites as part of the same territory. The methodologies used include pedestrian surveys, photogrammetric surveys with UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) or drones, topographic and architectural surveys, excavations of households, ceramic and rock art analysis, and spatial analysis with geographic information systems (GISs). Given the numerous thematic interconnections between the contributions, the Editors have organized the chapters geographically, moving from south to north: from the southern valleys of Catamarca Province in Argentina to Lipez in the southern part of the Bolivian Altiplano, passing through the Calchaqui valleys of Catamarca, the puna and Quebrada de Humahuaca of Jujuy in northwest Argentina and the Antofagasta region in northern Chile. The book provides valuable new theoretical and methodological perspectives on the study of political landscapes of the Late Intermediate Period in the Southern Andes . .
Contents:
Preface
The Late Period Landscapes of San Blas de Los Sauces (La Rioja, Argentina)
Defensibility Analysis with GIS in a Pukara from the Hualfín Valley (Belén, Catamarca)
Photogrammetric Survey with UAV of Strategic Villages of Yocavil (Catamarca, Argentina)
Chacras of the Pukara: The Late Occupation (S. X - XV AD) of Mesada de Andalhuala Banda, Yocavil (Catamarca, Argentina)
Dwelling Space of the Mid-West Santa María Valley during the Late Intermediate Period
Regional Dynamics and Conflict at Middle Calchaqui Valley High Quebradas between XI and the Beginning of XVII Centuries
New Approaches to the Architecture and Space of Pucará de Turi, Northern Chile
Interethnic Conflict in the Highlands of Northwestern Argentina during the Late Intermediate Period. A Case Study
Spatial Configuration in the Late Period in the Area of Coranzuli (Province of Jujuy, Argentina)
Agropastoral Calendars and Warfare in the Southern Andes: Humahuaca (NW Argentina) and Lipez (SW Bolivia)
Something Special: Understanding Central Andean Special Function Sites [SFS] in their landscape context
Conclusions.
Contributor:
Álvarez Larrain, Alina, editor., Editor,
Greco, Catriel. editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-3-319-76729-1
9783319767291
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-319-76729-1 doi
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