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Elizabeth N Arkush
|Description:||xix, 291 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Warfare and the built environment --
The Colla and their lands --
Studying fortifications --
Hierarchy and heterarchy within pukara communities --
Allies and enemies : pukaras in their spatial world --
Explaining Colla war : pukaras through time --
Fractured landscapes : fortification and regional histories.
|Responsibility:||Elizabeth N. Arkush.|
Arkush argues convincingly that conflict developed from a combination of environmental, social, and historical factors that perpetuated a fragmented and violent political landscape. Recommended.
- Colla Indians -- Warfare -- Titicaca, Lake, Region (Peru and Bolivia)
- Fortification, Prehistoric -- Titicaca, Lake, Region (Peru and Bolivia)
- Titicaca, Lake, Region (Peru and Bolivia) -- Antiquities.
- Excavations (Archaeology) -- Titicaca, Lake, Region (Peru and Bolivia)