Iberian foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru

@article{deFrance1996IberianFI,
  title={Iberian foodways in the Moquegua and Torata Valleys of Southern Peru},
  author={Susan D. deFrance},
  journal={Historical Archaeology},
  year={1996},
  volume={30},
  pages={20-48}
}
  • S. deFrance
  • Published 1 September 1996
  • Political Science
  • Historical Archaeology
Spanish settlement of the southern Peruvian coastal river valleys and the introduction of new agricultural and industrial enterprises such as wineries and livestock haciendas altered indigenous systems of production and subsistence. A unique pattern of Spanish colonial animal use emerged as a result of introductions of Old World domesticates in combination with the faunal resources of the Central Andes. Zooarchaeological data from four Spanish colonial wineries from the Moquegua valley and the… 

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