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Data analyzed in Table 4 of "Settlement Scaling and Economic Change in the Central Andes," by Ortman, Davis, Lobo, Smith, Bettencourt and Trumbo.
Subset of ceramics recovered at the archaeological site of Cheqoq-Maras (Urubamba, Cusco, Peru) during excavations of a Cuzco-Inka (imperial-style) pottery workshop. These data include contextual attributes, as well as rim diameters, rim thickness, and body thickness for all Cuzco-Inka rim sherds identifiable to form type. These data have been published in Quave, Kylie E. 2017. "Imperial-style ceramic production on a royal estate in the Inka heartland (Cuzco, Peru)." Latin American Antiquity 28...
Lithic data from excavations in the Upper Mantaro region, Peru. Retabulated from Russell (1988) dissertation and analyzed in Table 1 of "Settlement Scaling and Economic Change in the Central Andes."
This project contains data on 166 ceramic specimens from various sites in Peru. The data were produced at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory between the late 1960s and mid 1970s. All of the specimens were provided to the laboratory from the collections of the Lowie Museum.
This spreadsheet contains elemental abundances, descriptions, and archaeological contexts for the ceramic specimens analyzed by LBNL. Elemental abundances were determined using neutron activation analysis. All values are in parts per million (ppm). Zero (0) values indicate missing values. All descriptive and contextual data are derived from LBNL paper records. Coordinates of archaeological sites have been added when possible.
These images show the individual sherds from Peru analyzed by neutron activation at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Photographs were taken at LBNL and scanned by the Archaeometry Laboratory at MURR. Individual files were named according to the official catalog numbers of each image assigned by the Graphic Arts Department at LBNL.
Matthew Bandy's doctoral dissertation, reporting the results of a settlement survey of 98 square kilometers on the Taraco Peninsula, an area of the Tiwanaku Heartland in the southern Titicaca Basin.
Data analyzed in Table 2 of "Settlement Scaling and Economic Change in the Central Andes," by Ortman, Davis, Lobo, Smith, Bettencourt and Trumbo.
Datasets from various publications of the Social Reactors Project
In this rich study of the construction and reconstruction of a colonized landscape, Prudence M. Rice takes an implicit political ecology approach in exploring encounters of colonization in Moquegua, a small valley of southern Peru. Building on theories of spatiality, spatialization, and place, she examines how politically mediated human interaction transformed the physical landscape, the people who inhabited it, and the resources and goods produced in this poorly known area. Space-Time...
Systematic Survey of about 98 km2 of the Taraco Peninsula in Bolivia, conducted in the late 1990s.