The Paracas Phenomenon as an Interaction Sphere during the First Millenium B.C.
Author(s): Peter Kaulicke
During the first millenium B. C. the southern coast experiments deep changes in social processes form small household formations to complex societies with central places within interaction networks of short, small and long distance. Thus, Paracas suggests a non-existent homogeneity. Since the Middle Formative, contacts with the North Coast lead to a fusion of local and regional features. During Late Paracas regional traditions, dominate spheres characterized by larger sites linked to smaller ones whose products are interchanged in long distance networks.
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The Paracas Phenomenon as an Interaction Sphere during the First Millenium B.C.. Peter Kaulicke. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 404372)
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