The Inka empire : a multidisciplinary approach

Auteur(s) : Shimada, Izumi (Éd.)Description matérielle : vi-382 p. : nombreuses illustrations ; 29 cm. Collection: The William and Bettye Nowlin series in art, history, and culture of the Western hemisphere. Publication : Austin : University of Texas press, 2015.Cote : SE.284Note : Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | ArchéologieGéographique : Amérique du Sud | Pérou Ethnique : Inca
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Introduction / Shimada, Izumi --

Inkas through texts: the primary sources / Salomon, Frank --

The languages of the Inkas / Cerrón-Palomino, Rodolfo --

Tracing the origin of Inka people through ancient DNA analysis / Shinoda, Ken-Ichi --

Separating the wheat from the chaff: Inka myths, Inka legends, and the archaeological evidence for state development / Bauer, Brian S. and Smit, Douglas K. --

Inka imperial intentions and archaeological realities in the Peruvian Highlands / Covey, R. Alan --

Funding the Inka Empire / D'Altroy, Terence N. --

Inka cosmology in Moray: astronomy, agriculture, and pilgrimage / Earls, John C. and Cervantes, Gabriela --

The state of Strings: Khipu administration in the Inka Empire / Urton, Gary --

Inka art / Cummins, Thomas B. F. --

Inka textile traditions and their colonial counterparts / Phipps, Elena --

The Inka built environment / Nair, Stella and Protzen, Jean-Pierre --

Considering Inka royal estates: architecture, economy, history / Niles, Susan A. --

Inka conceptions of life, death, and ancestor worship / Kaulicke, Peter --

Collasuyu of the Inka state / Pärssinen, Martti --

Reading the material record of Inka rule: style, polity, and Empire on the North Coast of Peru / Hayashida, Frances M. and Guzmán, Natalia --

Over the mountains, down into the "Ceja de Selva": Inka strategies and impacts in the Chachapoyas region / Schjellerup, Inge --

At the end of empire: imperial advances on the Northern frontier / Bray, Tamara L. --

Three faces of the Inka: changing conceptions and representations of the Inka during the colonial period / Amino, Tetsuya.

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