Painted origins: inscribed landscape histories in the Fortaleza pictograph style during the Andean, late pre-Hispanic period

@article{Ambrosino2018PaintedOI,
  title={Painted origins: inscribed landscape histories in the Fortaleza pictograph style during the Andean, late pre-Hispanic period},
  author={Gordon Ambrosino},
  journal={World Archaeology},
  year={2018},
  volume={50},
  pages={804 - 819}
}
  • G. Ambrosino
  • Published 20 October 2018
  • Sociology
  • World Archaeology
ABSTRACT The headwaters of the Fortaleza River, Ancash, Peru are an understudied area, archaeologically. Seventeenth-century Spanish Colonial accounts from the region describe a general moiety distinction between highland pastoralist and agricultural communities and mention named corporate ancestral descent groups (ayllu). Pierre Duviols’ analysis of these accounts identified that these moieties were actually mixed, bi-ethnic communities that originated around A.D. 1350. To test these… 

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