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"These pages contain full browseable text, abstracts, references, and selected graphics from some archaeological research papers that I have presented at academic conferences, plus a picture gallery of archaeological ceramics and other information."
"A Homage to the Mystical, Magical, most Famous and Oldest City of the American Continent."
"Brief Notes on the Main Archaeological Sites, with Photographs."
// 2000. University of Texas Press, Austin. ISBN 0-292-70496-8 (hardback, alkaline paper). 234 pages, plus 12 pages of notes, and an index. "In Between the Lines, Anthony F. Aveni provides a personal and somewhat eccentric account of how he and his fellow researchers have come to believe what they do about the Nasca lines. These geometric shapes and animal effigy drawings have long been a source of great fascination to people throughout the world, since they were first recognized in the late 1920s by pioneer aviators flying over the pampas of Peru."
// 1998. The University of Texas Press, Austin. ISBN 0-292-70865-3 (alkaline paper hard back). 161 pages, plus 76 pages of appendices, notes, glossary, references, and three indices. "This large-format book is an examination of the complexities of the Cusco ceque system, the highly geometrical ordering system by which the Inca structured their social, economic, and religious lives."
Isbell W.H. Mummies and Mortuary Monuments: A postprocessual prehistory of Central Andean social organization
// 1997. University of Texas Press, Austin. ISBN 0-292-73870-6 (alkaline paper). 315 pages, plus 40 pages of references, and an index. "This book by William Isbell investigates the author's idea of the origins of the Inca social and political system called the ayllu. A fascinating element of the culture, if little known outside of academic circles, the ayllu system is a primarily a kinship-based political organization that formed the basis of the Inca society before, during and after the Spanish colonial period of the 16th and 17th centuries AD."
// Статья 1998 г.
// 2000. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. ISBN 0-87745-725-5. Cloth. 302 pp; end notes, a bibliography and an index. "During the 16th and 17th centuries AD, Spanish conquistadors and their associated spiritual leaders conspired to stamp out the heresy of the Inca religion of Peru and Ecuador. In so doing, many of them recorded detailed genealogical and mythical data from the Inca people themselves, in an attempt to teach themselves how to better convert the pagans, as they saw them. All of these texts are biased, in one way or another, by cultural blinders or personal intent."
// "How Machu Picchu was hidden from Spanish conquistadores." Статья с илл.
Zoppi U., Hua Q., Jacobsen G., Sarkissian G., Lawson E.M., Tuniz C., Laurencich Minelli L. AMS and controversies in history: The Spanish conquest of Peru
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