Tiwanaku and Its Hinterland: Urban and Rural Archaeology v. 2 : Archaeology and Paleoecology of an Andean Civilization
The book presents, for the first time, a rich body of empirical data on the chronology of the Tiwanaku state; the nature of the social and political relationships between the city and its hinterland; the form and meaning of its monumental and elite architecture; and the texture of everyday life in its residential quarters. Kolata concludes this monumental study with a chapter that places the organization and historical dynamics of Tiwanaku society into a broader theoretical framework that has great salience for archaeological interpretation throughout the Americas.
- Hardback | 528 pages
- 222.5 x 292.6 x 38.9mm | 1,632.95g
- 01 Feb 2003
- Smithsonian Books
- Washington, United States
- 214 BWPHO,318 LN ILL,84 CHT&GR
About Alan L. Kolata
ALAN L. KOLATA is an anthropology professor at the University of Chicago.