2 edition of Archaeological researches in the highlands of Bolivia found in the catalog.
Archaeological researches in the highlands of Bolivia
Stig Ryde n
|Statement||Stig Ryde n. With 245 illustrations, 2 colour plates, 75 maps and two appendices by Bengt Kjerrman, Carl-Herman Hjortsjo and Johannes Lindh.|
|Contributions||Kjerrman, Bengt., Hjortsjo , Carl-Herman, 1914-, Lindh, Johannes.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||559 p. :|
|Number of Pages||559|
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Archaeological researches in the highlands of Bolivia. Preface 7 Excavations at Tiahuanacu 11 Introduction 11 Seven pits at Tiahuanacu 16 An analysis of Tiahuanacu archaeological relics 65 Excavations at Wancani 81 Introdcution 81 The Wancani ruin complex 82 Monoliths 90 Surface finds from the ruin area at Wancani 97 Eight pits at Wancani.
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