The Inca Occupation of the South Coast of Peru

@inproceedings{Menzel1959TheIO,
  title={The Inca Occupation of the South Coast of Peru},
  author={Dorothy Menzel},
  year={1959}
}
like the others, however; it forks into several nearly parallel ravines of which the largest are Huayuri, Rio Grande-Palpa, Ingenio (called Collao in ancient times), Nasca proper (the ancient Caxamarca), Taruga, and Poroma. Due to peculiarities of the local topography, the irrigated areas in Ica and the ravines of Nasca are located inland, at the foot of the mountains, rather than at the mouths of the rivers as is more usual in Peruvian coastal valleys. No sharp natural or cultural boundary… CONTINUE READING