Topic ID #40308 - posted 10/11/2018 10:35 AM

Huari-Ancash Bio-Archaeological Research Project Field School 2019. Perú



Bebel_Ibarra

Our research examines how changes in mortuary patterns were associated with transformations in the political and social organization between AD 200 and 1600 in the northern highlands of Peru. By applying a diachronic approach, we study, how variation in tombs is reflected in public and ceremonial architecture; if there is continuity in the use of some type of tombs, and rituals associated with the dead. Tombs were places where ayllu -based social organization materialized. 

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