Landscape and Politics in the Ancient Andes: Biographies of Place at Khonkho Wankane (Archaeologies of Landscape in the Americas Series)
Late Formative politico-religious centers, Smith notes, were characterized by mobile populations of agropastoralists and caravan drovers. By exploring ritual practice at Late Formative settlements, Smith provides a new way of looking at political centralization, incipient urbanism, and state formation at Tiwanaku.
Scott C. Smith is an assistant professor of anthropology at Franklin & Marshall College, USA.
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Die Altenglische Interlinearversion Der Benediktinerregel: Edition Und Kommentar (Muenchener Universitaetsschriften)