PROVINCIAL POWER IN INKA EMPI

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Smithsonian, Aug 17, 1992 - Incas - 272 pages
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This original and tightly argued study looks at the archaeological evidence for Inka subjugation of the Xauxa and Wanka people in highland Peru's Upper Mantaro Valley around 1460 A.D. While seeking to ... Read full review

Contents

The Study of Early Empires
9
Core and Periphery Tributary and Capitalist Polities
17
Conclusion
24
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Terence N. D'Altroy is Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University, Director of the Columbia Center for Archaeology, and the world's leading Inca specialist. He is the author of "Provincial Power in the Inka Empire" (1992), co-author, with Christine A. Hastorf, of" Empire and Domestic Economy" (2001), and co-editor of "Empires" (2001).

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