Temporal Inflection Points in Decorated Pottery: A Bayesian Refinement of the Late Formative Chronology in the Southern Lake Titicaca Basin, Bolivia

@article{Marsh2019TemporalIP,
  title={Temporal Inflection Points in Decorated Pottery: A Bayesian Refinement of the Late Formative Chronology in the Southern Lake Titicaca Basin, Bolivia},
  author={Erik J. Marsh and Andrew P. Roddick and M. Bruno and Scott C. Smith and J. Janusek and C. Hastorf},
  journal={Latin American Antiquity},
  year={2019},
  volume={30},
  pages={798 - 817}
}
The Late Formative period immediately precedes the emergence of Tiwanaku, one of the earliest South American states, yet it is one of the most poorly understood periods in the southern Lake Titicaca Basin (Bolivia). In this article, we refine the ceramic chronology of this period with large sets of dates from eight sites, focusing on temporal inflection points in decorated ceramic styles. These points, estimated here by Bayesian models, index specific moments of change: (1) cal AD 120 (60–170… Expand
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