Dynamics of Interaction and Integration between the Tawantinsuyu and the Local Populations of the Kollasuyu: Contributions from the Mediterranean Valleys of Central Chile
This paper aims to contribute to a critical analysis of the dynamics of interaction and integration between the Incas and the local populations in the Kollasuyu based on the results of research projects carried out during the last decades in the valleys of Aconcagua, Maipo, and Mapocho in the Mediterranean area of the western slope of the Andes. The collected records point to complex processes of acceptance, rejection and differential integration of local populations with respect to the Tawantinsuyu. These results are considered in the framework of the principles of inclusion / exclusion and cultural interdigitation, among others, suggesting interaction dynamics that would have sustained in ritual activities in different types of contexts.
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Dynamics of Interaction and Integration between the Tawantinsuyu and the Local Populations of the Kollasuyu: Contributions from the Mediterranean Valleys of Central Chile. Daniel Pavlovic, Rodrigo Sánchez, Daniel Pascual, Andrea Martínez. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 403526)
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