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Table of Contents Joanne Pillsbury Foreword Richard Burger, Craig Morris, and Ramiro Matos Mendieta Preface Craig Morris Andean Ethnohistory and the Agenda for Inka Archaeology Carmen Arellano and Ramiro Matos Mendieta Variations between Inka Installations in the puna of Chinchayqocha and the Drainage of Tarma Charles Stanish and Brian S. Bauer Pilgrimage and the Geography of Power in the Inca State Terence N. D'Altroy, Veronica I. Williams, and Ana Mar¿a Lorandi The Inkas in the Southlands Craig Morris and Juli¿n I. Santillana The Inka Transformation of the Chincha Capital Lucy C. Salazar Machu Picchu's Silent Majority: A Consideration of the Inka Cemeteries Susan A. Niles and Robert N. Batson Sculpting the Yucay Valley: Power and Style in Late Inca Architecture Albert Meyers Toward a Re-conceptualization of the Late Horizon and the Inka Period: Perspectives from Cochasqu¿, Ecuador, and Samaipata, Bolivia Appendix: The Kallanka at Samaipata, Bolivia: An Example of Inca Monumental Architecture by Mar¿a de los Angeles Mu¿oz Tom Cummins Queros, Aquillas, Uncus, and Chulpas: The Composition of Inka Artistic Expression and Power Heather Lechtman The Inka, and Andean Metallurgical Tradition Gary Urton and Carrie J. Brezine Information Control in the Palace of Puruchuco: An Accounting Hierarchy in a Khipu Archive from Coastal Peru Rebecca Rollins Stone "And All Theirs Different from His": The Dumbarton Oaks Royal Inka Tunic in Context Richard L. Burger The Archaeology of Inka Power: Concluding Thoughts Notes on Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Incas -- Antiquities -- Congresses.
Andes Region -- Civilization -- Congresses.
Incas -- Social life and customs -- Congresses.