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Pampa Grande and the Mochica culture

by Izumi Shimada

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pampa Grande Site (Peru),
  • Lambayeque (Peru : Dept.),
  • Peru,
  • Lambayeque (Dept.)
    • Subjects:
    • Mochica Indians -- Urban residence,
    • Mochica art,
    • Mochica Indians -- Antiquities,
    • Land settlement patterns -- Peru -- Lambayeque (Dept.),
    • Pampa Grande Site (Peru),
    • Lambayeque (Peru : Dept.) -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [275]-305) and index.

      StatementIzumi Shimada.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF3430.1.M6 S55 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 323 p. :
      Number of Pages323
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1416552M
      ISBN 100292776748
      LC Control Number93026108

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Pampa Grande and the Mochica culture by Izumi Shimada Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and abandoned during the period A.D. It is extremely important archaeologically as one of the few pre-Hispanic cities in South America for which there are enough reliable data to reconstruct a model of pre 5/5(3).

Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and abandoned during the period A.D. It is extremely important archaeologically as one of the few pre-Hispanic cities in South America for which there are enough reliable data to reconstruct a model of pre-Hispanic book presents a "biography.

Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and finally abandoned during the period A.D.

; it is one of the few pre-Hispanic cities in South America for which there are enough reliable data to reconstruct a model of pre-Hispanic : Izumi Shimada. The Mochica and Pampa Grande in Andean Prehistory -- 2. Archaeology of the Mochica Culture: Growth and Characteristics -- 3.

Mochica Land and Culture -- 4. Mochica Culture before Pampa Grande -- 5. Mochica Organizational Features -- 6. The Establishment of Moche V Pampa Grande -- 7. "[Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture] demonstrates what archaeologists can achieve in terms of reading cultural meaning from the material record Clear, thoughtful, detailed, and balanced, it is one of the finest treatments of a prehistoric culture that I have ever read."—Latin American Indian Literatures Journal"In Shimada's elegantly illustrated, well argued and documented book.

Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and abandoned during the period A.D. It is extremely important archaeologically as one of the few pre-Hispanic cities in South America for which there are enough reliable data to reconstruct a model of pre.

Read "Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture" by Izumi Shimada available from Rakuten Kobo. Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica Brand: University of Texas Press. This book presents a "biography" of an ancient Moche city that offers a reconstruction not only of the site itself but also of the sociocultural and economic environment in which it was built and abandoned Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture by Izumi Shimada.

ebook. Sign up to save your library. Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and abandoned during the, ISBN Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture Bawden, Garth Passionate Hobby sets high standards for museum history.

The scholarship is thorough and excellent. A great deal of the comparative literature is cited, in full footnotes, with extensive use of archival sources. The Moche civilization (Spanish pronunciation: ; alternatively, the Mochica culture or the Early, Pre- or Proto-Chimú) flourished in northern Peru with its capital near present-day Moche, Trujillo, Peru from about to AD during the Regional Development this issue is the subject of some debate, many scholars contend that the Moche were not politically organized as a Common languages: Mochica.

Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and abandoned during the period A.D. It is extremely important archaeologically as one of the few pre-Hispanic Format: NOOK Book (Ebook).

Initialed book notices were written by Wilber Chaffee, Terence Grieder, Andrew McDonald, Thomas Philpott, Richard N. Sinkin, Edward Steinhart, and Lucia Uhl, all of the University of Texas, Austin. Elizabeth Benson’s approach to the Mochica is based on an. Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture.

Austin: University of Texas Press, E-mail Citation» Pampa Grande is considered to have been the last great urbanization associated with Moche culture, complete with large platform structures and craft workshops.

He has written journal articles and book chapters, collaborating on many of them with other prominent scholars in the field, including, but not limited to, Kenichi Shinoda and Robert Corruccini. Doctor Shimada has written or edited 11 books, including the following works: Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture ().

Cultura Sicán (). Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture, Izumi Shimada. Austin: University of Texas Press, xv. 58 b/w photographs, line drawings, 12 maps, 14 tables, notes, bibliography, index.

$ He has written journal articles and book chapters, collaborating on many of them with other prominent scholars in the field, including, but not limited to, Kenichi Shinoda and Robert Corruccini. Shimada has written or edited 11 books, including the following works: Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture (); Cultura Sicán ().

He has authored or edited over publications, including Pampa Grande and the Mochica Culture and Craft Production in Complex Societies, and has received awards and honors from the governments of, and other institutions in, both Japan and Peru.

The book explains the archaeology of the Mochica Culture in detailed Andean prehistory and the emergence of Peruvian and Peruvianist scholarship regarding Pre-Inca cultures.

Pampa Grande is a Mochican archaeological site located in the Lambayeque Valley, in northern Peru, situated on the south shore of the Chancay River. The Moche civilization (alternatively, the Mochica culture or the Early, Pre- or Proto-Chimú) flourished in northern Peru with its capital near present-day Moche, Trujillo, Peru from about to AD during the Regional Development this issue is the subject of some debate, many scholars contend that the Moche were not politically organized as a monolithic empire or state.

Mochica Culture. Pre-Inca Culture ( - EC.) settled down in the north coast, between the valleys of Lambayeque and Huarmey. It had like cultural center the valley of Moche and Virú near Trujillo. The nation was of theocratic organization, in its decadence was absorbed by the Chimú nation.

Theories on this culture are being changed at the present time due to the discovery of the.New Zooarchaeological and Funerary Perspectives on Mochica Culture (A.D.

–), Peru Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Field Archaeology 37(2) May with ReadsAuthor: Nicolas Goepfert. In this essay I briefly review the history of Moche studies, the essential features of this archaeological culture of the North Coast of Peru (ca. – B.P.), and its general economy.

I then present current issues, discussions, and debates on Moche regional political organization, religion, warfare, and their interrelations. I suggest that the interpretation of Moche art has been and Cited by: