Obsidian hydration dating on the south coast of peru
D in Anthropological Sciences from Stanford University and more than ten years of archaeological experience in Peru. Santa Barbara and more than ten years of archaeological experience in Peru. He is currently a Humboldt Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Kiel University, Germany. Berkeley) Nico's research focuses on Andean regional interaction and ancient quarrying with a Ph. 55-91 in , edited by Amalia Castelli, Marcia Koth de Paredes, and Mariana Mould de Pease. Glascock and José Ccencho 1998 The Jampatilla Obsidian Source: Identifying the Geological Source of Pampas Type Obsidian Artifacts from Southern Peru. INGEMMET, República del Perú, Sector Energía y Metalúrgico, Lima. Glascock and Charles Stanish 2010 Macusani obsidian from southern Peru: A characterization of its elemental composition with a demonstration of its ancient use. Earls, John 1981 “Patrones de jurisdicción y organización entre los Qaracha Wankas: una reconstrucción arqueológica y etnohistórica de una época fluida.” Pp. Nicholas Tripcevich (Archaeological Research Facility, U. Glascock 2006 Potreropampa and Lisahuacho Obsidian Sources: Geological Origins of Andahuaylas A and B Type Obsidians in the Province of Aymaraes, Department of Apurimac, Peru. In 2012 we will develop a program of excavation and limited survey in order to Yuri Cavero Palomino (Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Nacional San Cristobal de Huamanga) Yuri is a Peruvian archaeologist with more than twenty years of survey and excavation experience in Ayacucho.
2009 Intercambio prehistórico de obsidiana a larga distancia en el norte Peruano. In La Complejidad Social en la Sierra de Ancash, edited by A.
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Burger 2007 Sources of Archaeological Obsidian in Peru: Descriptions and Geochemistry.
The regional significance of Quispisisa obsidian is evident from consumption patterns; it was transported to sites over 100 km from the source in the Early Holocene and by 500 BCE it was reaching sites nearly 1000 km distant from the source. and Frank Asaro 1977 Trace Element Analysis of Obsidian Artifacts from the Andes: New perspectives on Pre-Hispanic economic interaction in Peru and Bolivia - LBL6343. Burger, Richard L., Frank Asaro, Guido Salas and Fred Stross 1998 The Chivay obsidian source and the geological origin of Titicaca Basin type obsidian artifacts.