Cultural Stratigarphy in the Viru Valley Northern Peru: The Formative and Florescent Epochs

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Author: Strong, William Duncan (1899-1962) and Clifford Evans, Jr

Year: 1952

Publisher: Columbia University Press

Place: New York


xx+373 pages with frontispiece map, figures, maps, 29 plates, appendixes, and index. Quarto (10 1/4" x 8") issued in brown cloth with black lettering to spine and pictorial to front cover. Columbia Studies in Archaeology and Ethnology Volume IV. 1st edition.

The Viru Valley Project is an attempt to coordinate various phases of anthropological and allied research around an important central problem - the intensive study of human cultural adaptation within the confines of a small area over a long period of time. The Viru Valley, in north coastal Peru, was selected for this purpose since it was known to have been a small but important component of one of the oldest and most complex native civilizations in the Americas, and because it is a representative agricultural unit in the modern economy of Peru. More specific qualifications of the particular valley for such combined scientific analysis is outline in this work.


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