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Title Ceramics of the indigenous cultures of South America : studies of production and exchange through compositional analysis / edited by Michael D. Glascock, Hector Neff, and Kevin J. Vaughn.
Imprint Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2019.
©2019

Subject Indian pottery -- South America.
Indians of South America -- Antiquities.
South America -- Antiquities.
Archaeological chemistry.
Archaeometry.
Alt Name Glascock, Michael,
Neff, Hector,
Vaughn, Kevin J.,
Description 1 online resource (xv, 296 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Compositional Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics / Michael D. Glascock -- Pottery Production and Consumption in the Andean-Amazonian Frontier of Southwestern Colombia (2500-500 BP) / Hernando J. Giraldo, Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, and Alejandra M. Gudiño -- Cultural Implications of Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of Ceramics from Palmitopamba, Ecuador / Ronald D. Lippi and Alejandra M. Gudiño -- Fabric and Culture: Technological Change in Ecuadorian Finger-Painted Pottery / Maria A. Masucci, Hector Neff, Michael D. Glascock, and Robert J. Speakman -- Crafting Beer Jars for the Inca on the North Coast of Peru / Frances Hayashida -- Early Horizon Cupisnique Ceramic Production in Pomac, North Coast of Peru: The Role of Archaeometry in Its Holistic Understanding / Izumi Shimada -- Was Huacas de Sicán a Pilgrimage Center?: Results from Compositional Analysis of Serving Vessels from the Great Plaza / Go Matsumoto -- Chemical Characterization and Patterns of Ceramic Movement in the Cajamarca Region of Northern Peru / Jason L. Toohey -- Inca Craft and Ritual Production: Compositional Analysis of Ceramic Pigments from the Temple of the Sun, Pachacamac / James A. Davenport -- The Analysis of Inca Pottery from the Cuzco Region: Implications for the Provisioning of Ceramics for Machu Picchu and Other Inca Sites / Richard I. Burger, Lucy C. Salazar, and Michael D. Glascock -- 1,500 Years of Pottery Production in the Nasca Region of Peru: Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis from the Site of La Tiza / Christina A. Conlee, Matthew T. Boulanger, and Michael D. Glascock -- Wari Ceramic Production in the Heartland and Provinces / Patrick Ryan Williams, Donna Nash, Anita Cook, William Isbell, and Robert J. Speakman -- Compositional Analysis of Prehispanic Pottery from the Dry Eastern Lowlands of Bolivia / William D. Gilstrap, Emlen Myers, and Hector Neff -- Pottery from funerary mounds along the arid Atacama Desert coast, Chile: Chemistry, circulation, and exchange between the inlands and coast during the formative period / Itaci Correa [and others] -- A compositional characterization of ceramic production and circulation during the formative period in Tarapacá, northern Chile / Mauricio Uribe Rodriguez [and others] -- Testing the social aggregation hypothesis for Llolleo communities in central Chile: Style, pastes, and instrumental neutron activation analysis for ceramic smoking pipes and drinking pots / Fernanda Falabella [and others] -- Recruited or annexed lineages: a chemical analysis of Puren and Lumaco pottery and clays / Leslie G. Cecil [and others] -- Prestigue ceramics in Inca Qollasuyu: production and distribution of imperial and regional ceramics in the southern Andes / Veronica I. Willaims [and others] -- Social interaction and communities of practice in formative period northwestern Argentina: a multi-analytical study of ceramics / Marisa Lazzari [and others] --From the mountains to the Yungas: provenience and distribution of ceramics in Ambato societies of the Andes of Argentina in the fifth century AD / Martin Giesso [and others] -- Instrumental neutron activation analysis of archaeological pottery form Mendoza, central western Argentina / Nuria Sugranes [and others] -- Ancient exchange networks in the central Amazon / Eduardo G. Neves [and others] -- Ceramics instrumental neutron activation analysis studies in South America / Hector Neff and Kevin J. Vaughn.
Summary This cohesive edited volume showcases data collected from more than seven thousand ceramic artifacts including pottery, figurines, clay pipes, and other objects from sites across South America.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on February 06, 2019).
ISBN 0826360297 (electronic book)
9780826360298 (electronic book)
9780826360281 (paperback alkaline paper)
OCLC # 1076430905
Additional Format Print version: Ceramics of the indigenous cultures of South America. Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2019 9780826360281 (DLC) 2018055939



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