he Inca Incorporation of the Canete Valley, Part 2: Strategies and Responses, excavations at Huaca Daris
Field research by the Canete Archaeological Project (CAP) has begun to unveil rich data regarding the Inca incorporation of the Middle and Lower Canete Valley. Utilizing both systematic survey and excavations, our work suggests a complex but intensive interaction between the Inca and those who occupied the valley before them. In this paper, we begin to tease out the imperial strategies of incorporation and local responses to them.
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he Inca Incorporation of the Canete Valley, Part 2: Strategies and Responses, excavations at Huaca Daris. Eberth Serrudo, Lawrence Coben, Erika Cabello. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 395486)
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