Domestic Architecture, Ethnicity, and Complementarity in the South-central Andes

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Mark S. Aldenderfer
University of Iowa Press, 1993 - Social Science - 178 pages
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Domestic Architecture, Ethnicity, and Complementarity in the South-Central Andes is a comprehensive and challenging look at the burgeoning field of Andean domestic architecture. Aldenderfer and fourteen contributors use domestic architecture to explore two major topics in the prehistory of the south-central Andes: the development of different forms of complementary relationships between highland and lowland peoples and the definition of the ethnic affiliations of these peoples.

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House Community and State in the Earliest 8
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An Archaeological Study of Social Structure and Late Intermediate Period Architecture
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Mark Aldenderfer is professor of anthropology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and edtor of "Domestic Architecture, Ethnicity, and Complementarity in the South-Central Andes "(Iowa, 1993). 

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