5 edition of The Pacatnamu papers found in the catalog.
The Pacatnamu papers
1986 by Museum of Cultural History, University of California in Los Angeles .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Christopher B. Donnan, Guillermo A. Cock.|
|Contributions||Donnan, Christopher B., Cock, Guillermo A., University of California, Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History.|
|LC Classifications||F3429.1.P195 P33 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|ISBN 10||0930741110, 0930741145|
|LC Control Number||86061112|
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The Pacatnamu Papers, Volume 1 (English and Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Hardcover – December 1, by Christopher B. Donnan (Editor), Guillermo A. Cock (Editor)1/5(1). The Pacatnamu papers.
[Christopher B Donnan; Guillermo A Cock; University of California, Los Angeles. Museum of Cultural History.;] -- "Specialists describe burials, skeletal remains, textiles, botanical offerings, copper artifacts, fineline ceramics, a cane coffin, and a room filled with offerings"--Handbook of Latin American.
The Pacatnamu Papers, Volume 2: The Moche Occupation (English and Spanish Edition) (Spanish) Hardcover – December 1, by Christopher B.
Donnan (Editor), Guillermo A. Cock (Editor)Format: Hardcover. The Pacatnamu Papers: The Moche Occupation. This volume includes the results of a five-year excavation () at Pacatnamu, Peru, combining archaeological excavation with physical anthropology, botany, zoology, textile analysis, ethnography, and ethnohistory.
Focuses on the period of Moche occupation. Bilingual in English and Spanish. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Pacatnamu Papers Vol. 1, The Christopher B. Donnan and Guillermo A. Cock This volume presents the results of the first three years () of a five-year excavation at Pacatnamu, Peru, combining archaeological excavation with physical anthropology, botany, zoology, textile analysis, ethnography, and.
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Boynter () echoed this conclusion in his analysis of Pacatnamu textiles arguing that the site conformed to a model of a “Regal-Ritual City” () wherein the exercise of power by the ruling elite relied on the ritualized expression of ideology.
In this latter view, Pacatnamu was a ceremonial/administrative center with a local by: Donnan, Christopher B Search this Cock, Guillermo A Search this University of California, Los Angeles Museum of Cultural History Search this Physical description: 2 v.: ill.
(some col.) ; 28 cm Type: Books Place: Peru Pacatnamú Site (Peru) Date: C Call number: FT8 P FT8P Data Source: Smithsonian. Pacatnamu Papers 1, by G. Cock and C. Donnan eds. (), OOP. Pacatnamu Papers 2: The Moche Occupation, by C. Donnan ed. (), Buy it. Pacatnamu: vorspanische Stadt in Nordperu, by G.
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Physical characteristics and skeletal biology of the Moche population at Pacatnamú. In The Pacatnamu papers, volume 2: The Moche occupation, eds.
Christopher B. Donnan, and Guillermo A. Cock, – Museum of Cultural History, University of by: 1. The Pacatnamu Papers, Volume 2: The Moche Occupation. Christopher B. Donnan, and Guillermo A. Cock (eds.) Fowler Museum of Cultural History.
oversized trade paperback, covers bumped/scuffed/stained, binding tight, text clean--ENGLISH AND SPANISH TEXT, THOUGH MAJORITY IS IN ENGLISH Of all the ancient civilizations that flourished in the Americas, only one perfected true portraiture of living people and produced it in quantity-the Moche who inhabited the north coast of Peru between approximately AD and Using the medium of three-dimensional ceramic vessels that could have contained liquid, Moche artisans typically formed the heads of the individuals they wished to.
J.W. VeranoPhysical characteristics and skeletal biology of the Moche population at Pacatnamu C. Donnan, G.A. Cock (Eds.), The Pacatnamu Papers Volume 2: the Moche Occupation, UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, Los Angeles (), pp. Cited by: 8. BRUCE, Susan Lee, (a): "The Audiencia Room of the Huaca 1 Complex" en The Pacatnamu Papers,Volume L C.
Donnan y G. Textile miniature from Pacatnamu, Peru". Author of Moche art of Peru, Moche fineline painting from San José de Moro, Royal tombs of Sipán, Moche Tombs at Dos Cabezas (Monograph), Ancient burial patterns of the Moche Valley, Peru, Moche occupation of the Santa Valley, Peru, Tumbas Reales De Sipan / Royal Tombs of Sipan, Moche portraits from ancient PeruWritten works: Ceramics of ancient Peru, Moche Art and Iconography.
Christopher B. Donnan is an archaeologist. He has researched the Moche civilization of ancient Peru for more than fifty years, conducting numerous [quantify] excavations of Peruvian archaeological sites. Donnan has traveled the world photographing Moche artwork for purposes of publication, recording both museum artifacts and private collections that would otherwise be unavailable to the public.
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Donnan is Professor of Anthropology at UCLA. Considered one of the world's foremost experts on the Moche, he has studied this civilization for more than four decades, combining the systematic analysis of Moche art with numerous archaeological excavations in Peru/5.
The Ethnologisches Museum in Berlin has a large collection of Lambayeque-style textiles from Pachacamac, most of which were collected by Wilhelm Gretzer, a German textile merchant, around Not many Lambayeque textiles have survived in their area of origin on the north coast of Peru because of unfavourable climatic conditions, but preservation is better at Pachacamac, which is on the Author: Lena Bjerregaard.
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£ Detailed study of occupational costume in America The site of Pacatnamu, in the Jequetepeque River valley on the northern Peru coast, provides a site where mutilated human remains and contextual information has been unearthed (Larsen ).
At this Moche site ( AD), evidence has been found of executed captives who were thrown into a trench at the bottom of an entrance to a. Buy The burial theme in Moche iconography by Christopher B Donnan, Donna McClelland online at Alibris.
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A Mass Burial of Mutilated Individuals at Pacatnamu. In The Pacatnamu Papers, Volume I, edited by Christopher B. Donnan and Guillermo Cock, pp.
– Museum of Cultural History, University of California, Los Angeles. Archaeologists working in northern Peru have proposed that victims of Moche sacrifice represented either local Moche warriors defeated in ritual battles or enemy soldiers captured in warfare with nonMoche or competing Moche polities.
Analysis of biodistances among eight Early Intermediate Period ( BCAD ) North Coast mortuary samples indicates that the sacrificial victims from the Huaca Cited by: 4.
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Donnan presents the background for this project and proposes that previous hypotheses suggesting that Pacatnamu was a pilgrimage center might not hold up.
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