Living with the dead in the Andes

Auteur(s) : Shimada, Izumi (Éd.)
Fitzsimmons, James L. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : vi-362 p. : illustrations ; 23 cm.Publication : Tucson : University of Arizona press, 2015.Cote : SE.281Note : Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Mort | Rite funéraireGéographique : Amérique du Sud | Andes | Pérou
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Introduction / Shimada, Izumi and Fitzsimmons, James L. --

The sacred character of ruins on the Peruvian North Coast / Millaire, Jean-François --

Many heads are better than one: mortuary practice and ceramic art in Moche society / Weismantel, Mary --

Living with the dead: conception and treatment of the dead on the Peruvian Coast / Shimada, Izumi, Klaus, Haagen D., Segura, Rafael A.and Matsumoto, Go --

Ritual violence and human offerings at the Temple of the Sacred Stone, Túcume, Peru / Toyne, J. Marla --

The dead and the "Longue durée" in Peru's North Highlands / Lau, George F. --

Ancestors and social memory: a South American example of dead body politics / Buikstra, Jane E. and Nystrom, Kenneth C. --

"Requiem aeternam" ?: archaeothanatology of mortuary ritual in colonial Mórrope, North Coast of Peru / Klaus, Haagen D. and Tam, Manuel E. --

The sadness of jars: separation and rectification in Andean understandings of death / Allen, Catherine J. --

Turbulent tombs / Salomon, Frank.

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