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Moche occupation of the Santa Valley, Peru

by Christopher B. Donnan

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Santa River Valley (Peru),
  • Peru
    • Subjects:
    • Mochica Indians -- Antiquities.,
    • Santa River Valley (Peru) -- Antiquities.,
    • Peru -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Christopher B. Donnan.
      SeriesUniversity of California publications in anthropology, v. 8, University of California publications in anthropology ;, v. 8.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF3430.1.M6 D66 1973
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 144, [96] p.
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5098442M
      ISBN 100520094107
      LC Control Number74170328

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      The Moche, or Mochica, created an extraordinary civilization on the north coast of Peru for most of the first millennium AD. Although they had no written language with which to record their history and beliefs, the Moche built enormous ceremonial edifices and embellished them with mural paintings depicting supernatural figures and by: Pampa Grande, the largest and most powerful city of the Mochica (Moche) culture on the north coast of Peru, was built, inhabited, and abandoned during the period A.D. It is extremely important archaeologically as one of the few pre-Hispanic cities in South America for which there are enough reliable data to reconstruct a model of pre-Hispanic book presents a "biography.

      The Moche occupation of Santa is a foreign domination by an al- ready established “empire” from Trujillo and Chicama, which spread suddenly at the beginning of Moche Phase During Moche Phases I11 and IV, Santa was a province in a multi-valley state; but by Moche Phase V, the Moche dominance in Santa was beingAuthor: Charles C. Kolb. Donnan, Christopher B. , Moche art and iconography / Christopher B. Donnan UCLA Latin American Center, University of California Los Angeles Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.


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Moche, Andean civilization that flourished from the 1st to the 8th century ce on the northern coast of what is now Peru. The name is taken from the great site of Moche, in the river valley of the same name, which appears to have been the capital or chief city of the Moche peoples.

Their settlements. Christopher B. Donnan is an archaeologist. He has researched the Moche occupation of the Santa Valley 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. Christopher B. 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.

Moche is a Peruvian city, the capital of Moche District in Trujillo Province of La Libertad Region in northern Peru. It is located in the Moche Valley and was the center of development of the ancient Moche or Mochica it is a major tourist destination of the Moche Route tourist circuit and It is part of the integrated area of Trujillo y: Peru.

Moche occupation of the Santa Valley, Peru, (University of California publications in anthropology, v. 8) Jan 1, Abstract. From AD tothe societies of the North Coast of Peru adopted the monumental and portable art style now known as Moche.

The Moche cultural tradition incorporated a complex system of visual communication that reproduced the worldview of the time and a plethora of human and supernatural : Jorge Gamboa.

The Moche--a culture group occupying the valley of Peru's north coast from about A.D. and known primarily for its advanced agricultural knowledge and masterful pottery and metalwork--clearly dominated the site from about A.D. toduring which time it served as the spiritual and political capital of a large territory, incorporating Seller Rating: % positive.

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Also, valley-wide surveys have been undertaken in the Jequetepeque, Chicama, Moche, Chao, and Santa valleys to further define the extent of Moche occupation and influence. This book is a reflection of the present state of Moche research, its advances, and problematics.

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Nestled in the province of Junin in central Peru's jungle, the Chanchamayo Valley -- also called La Selva Central -- is a day's drive from Lima, about miles east of the capital city.

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