WILLIAMS Veronica Isabel
congresos y reuniones científicas
Landscape, social memory, and materiality at the Calchaqui valley during Inka dominance in Northwest Argentina?
VERÓNICA I. WILLIAMS
Congreso; 81 th Annual Meeting Society for American Archaeology; 2016
Society for American Archaeology
Within its territory, the Inka adapted their rule of such diverse spheres as political economy, ideology, and identity, among others, which explains in part the diversity and disparity seen in the empire. In Collasuyu, Inka buildings were common but it is evident that their features, dimensions, monumentality and spatial density show contrasting regional differences. New evidence regarding Inka occupation in Northwest Argentina shows different situations of Inka conquest and domination expressed in landscape, memory, and materiality, as seen through the example of the complex process of population assimilation in the Calchaqui valley