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agricultural allocation anti-market mentality appears archaeological Babylonia centripetal ceremonial centers ceremonial fund characterized Chavin Chucuito coercive Colonial COMMONALITY IN PROCESSUAL concomitant contemporary peasant societies correlated criollo cultural function cyclical redistributive defensive demographic growth diachronic differential redistribution diffusionary process documented dynamics Early Intermediate ecological economic emerged equilibrium model ethnohistoric evidence feedback focus Functional urbanization highland homeostasis Inca incipient urbanization indicate input integrative force interaction large communications linkage mechanisms macrosocietal linkage manifestations manpower Maya Mesoamerica micro microsocietal growth microsocietal market Moche N'ochica niches nucleated ochica Olmec outmigration period Peru Peruvian polities or chiefdoms prehistoric microsocieties pristine territorial processes of growth PROCESSUAL TRENDS redistributive mechanism redistributive process reflected rent represented rural population sector secular sedentism segmentation settlement pattern social societal forms South America spatial statehood and cities stratification surplus redis surplus redistribution temple system Teotihuacan town transformation tribution urban centers urban culture urban hierarchies urban system urbanization process valley neck