Huari Administrative Structure: Prehistoric Monumental Architecture and State Government

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Author: Isbell, William Haris (1943- ) and Gordon F McEwan (editors)

Year: 1991

Publisher: Dumbarton Oaks

Place: Washington, DC


x+321 pages with four folded plans in back pocket, figures, illustrations, photographs and index. Quarto (12 1/4" x 9 1/4") issued in grey cloth with brown lettering to spine and front cover. 1st edition.

Contents: A History of Huari Studies and Introduction to Current Interpretations by William H Isbell and Gordon F McEwan; Architecture and Spatial Organization at Huari by Willima H Isbell, Christine Brewster-Wray and Lynda E Spickard; Cheqo Wasi, Huari by Mrion Benavides C; Archaeological Excavations in the Vegachayoq Moqo Sector of HuariConchopata: A Community of Potters by Denise Pozzi-Escot B; Investigations at the Pikillacta Site: A Provincial Huari Center in the Valley of Cuzco by Gordon F McEwan; Colonies and Conquest: Tiahuanaco and Huari in Moquegua by Michael E Moseley, Robert A Feldman, Paul S Goldstein and Luis Watanabe; Huari and Huamachuco by John R Topic; Structure and Function at the Planned Site of Azangaro: Cautionary Notes for the Model of Huari as a Centralized Secular State by Martha B Anders; Jincammocco: A Huari Administrative Center in the South Central Highlands of Peru by Katharina J Schreiber; A Provincial Perspective of Huari Organization Viewed from the Chica/Soras Valley by Frank Meddens; the Middle Horizon in Northern Peru by Theresa Lange Topic; Stylistic Date of Ceramics from Huari Centers by Patricia J Knobloch; The New Cultural Contexts of Tiahuanaco by Jorge Arellano L; Tiahuanaco and Huari: Architectural Comparisons and Interpretations by William J Conkilin; Huari Adminstration and the Orthogonal Cellular Architecture Horizon by William H Isbell.


Previous owner's name on front end paper else a very good to fine copy issued without jacket.

SOLD 2012

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