Limatambo in late prehistory : landscape archaeology and documentary images of Inca presence in the periphery of Cusco
This study combines the results of surface archaeological survey and early historic documentary information to examine the expansion of the Inca polity and its interaction with local socio-economic systems in the Apurimac Basin near Limatambo from about AD 1000 to the arrival of the Spaniards in Cusco during 1533. The respective roles and limitations of the two sources of information are discussed and give rise to the organization of chapters in four groups. Chapters 1 to 3 discuss the...[Show more]
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