An archaeological analysis of an Inka province: Pachacamac and the Ischma Nation of the central coast of Peru
An Inka province is defined archaeologically in the valleys of Lurin, Rimac and Chillon on the Central Coast of Peru, formed from two Late Intermediate Period nations, Ischma and Collique. Ischma was a state formed around the prestige of its god and shrine, Pachacamac. Collique was an autonomous nation which controlled the valley of Chillon. The lnka province can be mapped using settlement and funerary pattern analysis and the distribution of the local pottery and its Inka variants. It...[Show more]
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