Donna Nash

There are 8 included publications by Donna Nash :

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ACME “Asentamientos en Cerro Mejía” II Temporada 2010 1079 El Proyecto Arqueológico “Asentamientos en Cerro Mejía – II Temporada” (ACME), dirigido por la Dra. Donna Nash (R.N.A. Nº CN-9848) y la Lic. Mónika Barrionuevo (R.N.A. Nº BB-0228), fue aprobado según Resolución Directoral Nacional Nº 863/INC del 1...
Architecture and Power: Relations on the Wari--Tiwanaku Frontier. 2004 942 The Wari Empire expanded and maintained control over many areas in the Andes for nearly four centuries (600– 1000 C.E.). This chapter documents changes in power relations and political institutions on the Wari–Tiwanaku frontier. The settlements of ...
Burning down the Brewery: Establishing and Evacuating an Ancient Imperial Colony at Cerro Baúl, Peru 2005 1234 Before the Inca reigned, two empires held sway over the central Andes from anno Domini 600 to 1000: the Wari empire to the north ruled much of Peru, and Tiwanaku to the south reigned in Bolivia. Face-to-face contact came when both colonized the Moque...
El Establecimiento de Relaciones de Poder a través del Uso del Espacio Residencial en la Provincia Wari de Moquegua. 2012 1145 El imperio wari fue un Estado expansivo que incorporó a diversos grupos de los Andes peruanos desde 600 d. C. hasta 1000 d. C. En general, la elite estatal wari estableció relaciones asimétricas con algunas organizaciones políticas regionales, pero...
The First New Chronicle and Good Government: On the History of the World and the Incas up to 1615 2012 3811 A review of The First New Chronicle and Good Government: On the History of the World and the Incas up to 1615. By Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala. Translated and edited by Roland Hamilton. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009. xxiv + 363 pp., forewor...
Household Archaeology in the Andes 2009 2278 Data from domestic contexts can be used to address significant anthropological research questions. Archaeological investigations in the Andes (areas once incorporated into the Inka empire, including northwestern Argentina, highland Bolivia, northern ...
Proyecto Arqueológico ACME “Asentamientos en Cerro Mejía” 2008 1448 El Proyecto Arqueológico “Asentamientos en Cerro Mejía 2008 (ACME), dirigido por la Dra. Donna Nash (R.N.A. Nº CN-4898) y la Lic. Mónika Barrionuevo (R.N.A. Nº BB-0228), fue aprobado según Resolución Directoral Nacional Nº 840/INC del 24 de Junio ...
Sighting the apu: A GIS Analysis of Wari Imperialism and the Worship of Mountain Peaks 2006 1063 In the Andes, prominent mountains are revered as earthly spirits that protect, but may also punish, their human constituents. These apu were often linked to distant ancestors and are considered the most important local deities. During the phase of th...