The archaeology of wak'as : explorations of the sacred in the pre-Columbian Andes

Auteur(s) : Bray, Tamara L. (Éd.)Description matérielle : xvi-403 p. : illustrations et photos en noir et blanc, cartes, schémas ; 24 cm.Publication : Boulder : University press of Colorado, 2015.Cote : SE.297Note : Bibliographies en fin d'articles. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Ethnohistoire | Archéologie | Lieu sacréGéographique : Amérique du Sud | Andes | Pérou
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Andean Wak'as and alternative configurations of persons, power, and things / Bray, Tamara L. --

The whole world is watching: new perspectives on Andean animism / Allen, Catherine J. --

Wak'as: entifications of the Andean sacred / Mannheim, Bruce and Carreño, Guillermo Salas --

What is a Wak'a? When is a Wak'a? / Chase, Zachary J. --

Pachacamac - old Wak'a or Inka syncretic deity? Imperial transformation of the sacred landscape in the lower Ychsma (Lurín) Valley / Makowski, Krzysztof --

Of blood and soil: tombs, Wak'as, and the naturalization of social difference in the Inka heartland / Kosiba, Steve --

Men who would be rocks: the Inka Wank’a / Dean, Carolyn --

The importance of being Inka: Ushnu platforms and their place in the Andean landscape / Meddens, Frank M. --

Ordering the sacred and recreating Cuzco / McEwan, Colin --

The shape of things to come: the genesis of Wari Wak'as / Cook, Anita G. --

Of monoliths and men: human-lithic encounters and the production of an animistic ecology at Khonkho Wankane / Janusek, John W. --

Final reflections: Catequil as one Wak'a among many / Topic, John R.



















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