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Title Huari : SE65.
Imprint New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2003-

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Series EHRAF archaeology. South America
EHRAF archaeology. South America.
Note Title from Web page (viewed Feb. 12, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2003.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Huari Indians -- Antiquities.
Peru -- Antiquities.
Andes Region -- Antiquities.
Indians of South America -- Peru -- Antiquities.
Indians of South America -- Andes Region -- Antiquities.
Huari Site (Peru)
Pikillacta Site (Peru)
Moquegua River Valley (Peru) -- Antiquities.
Jincamocco Site (Peru)
Andes Region.
Peru.
Peru -- Huari Site.
Peru -- Jincamocco Site.
Peru -- Moquegua River Valley.
Peru -- Pikillacta Site.
Contents Wari experiments in statecraft / Martha B. Anders -- Excavations at Wari, Ayacucho, Peru / Wendell C. Bennett -- Spatial patterning and the function of a Huari architectural compound / Christine C. Brewster-Wray -- Rural foundation for urbanism / William Harris Isbell -- Was Wari a state? / William H. Isbell and Katharina J. Schreiber -- Tradition summary: Huari / Patricia J. Knobloch and Sarah Berry -- Wari Empire, A.D. 700-1100 / Luis G. Lumbreras -- Reconnaissance notes on the site of Huari, near Ayacucho, Peru / John H. Rowe, Donald Collier and Gordon R. Willey.
Summary The Hauri (also Wari) tradition dates to 1500-1000 BP; it is coeval with the Tiahaunaco tradition. Hauri territory expanded to include highlands and coastal Peru. There are 23 documents in this collection. Anders reports on the administrative center of Azangaro; Bennett on his excavations at Huari; Brewster-Wray on excavations at the administrative residence from Moraduchayuc. Isbell and Schrieber use settlement data to establish that Huari was a state level society. Isbell reports on excavations at Jargampata and discusses rural-urban interaction. Lumbreras discusses ceramics styles from various sites and architecture from Huari. Rowe, Collier and Willey analyze the results of a survey of Hauri and review published reports to establish typologies for architecture and ceramics. Sixteen documents are from Huari administrative structure, and together present a comprehensive overview of Huari material culture. Also covered are excavations at Hauri, Azangaro, the residential and ceremonial site of Pikillacta, Jincamocco, and Yako.
Other Author Anders, Martha B., -1990. Wari experiments in statecraft.
Bennett, Wendell Clark, 1905-1953. Excavations at Wari, Ayacucho, Peru.
Bragayrac, Enrique. Archaeological excavations in the Vegachayoq Moqo sector of Huari.
Brewster-Wray, Christine Carolyn. Spatial patterning and the function of a Huari architectural compound.
Isbell, William Harris, 1943- Rural foundation for urbanism.
Isbell, William Harris, 1943- Was Wari a state?
Lumbreras, Luis Guillermo. Wari Empire: A.D. 700-1100.
Rowe, John Howland, 1918-2004. Reconnaissance notes on the site of Huari, near Ayacucho, Peru.
Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Title Huari administrative structure. Selections.