When Spaniards invaded their realm in 1532, the Incas ruled the largest empire of the pre-Columbian Americas. Just over a century earlier, military campaigns began to extend power across a broad swath of the Andean region, bringing local societies into new relationships with colonists and officials who represented the Inca state. With Cuzco as its capital, the Inca empire encompassed a multitude of peoples of diverse geographic origins and cultural traditions dwelling in the outlying provinces and frontier regions. Bringing together an international group of well-established scholars and emerging researchers, this handbook is dedicated to revealing the origins of this empire, as well as its evolution and aftermath. Chapters break new ground using innovative multidisciplinary research from the areas of archaeology, ethnohistory and art history. The scope of this handbook is comprehensive. It places the century of Inca imperial expansion within a broader historical and archaeological context, and then turns from Inca origins to the imperial political economy and institutions that facilitated expansion. Provincial and frontier case studies explore the negotiation and implementation of state policies and institutions, and their effects on the communities and individuals that made up the bulk of the population. Several chapters describe religious power in the Andes, as well as the special statuses that staffed the state religion, maintained records, served royal households, and produced fine craft goods to support state activities. The Incas did not disappear in 1532, and the volume continues into the Colonial and later periods, exploring not only the effects of the Spanish conquest on the lives of the indigenous populations, but also the cultural continuities and discontinuities. Moving into the present, the volume ends will an overview of the ways in which the image of the Inca and the pre-Columbian past is memorialized and reinterpreted by contemporary Andeans.
Incas y Españoles en la conquista de los Chachapoyas. Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial 2005, IFEA. Silva Noelli, Francisco. 2004. “La Distribución Geográfica de las Evidencias Arqueológicas Guaraní.
Author: Sonia Alconini
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Andean peoples recognize places as neither sacred nor profane, but rather in terms of the power they emanate and the identities they materialize and reproduce. This book argues that a careful consideration of Andean conceptions of powerful places is critical not only to understanding Andean political and religious history but to rethinking sociological theories on landscapes more generally. The contributors evaluate ethnographic and ethnohistoric analogies against the material record to illuminate the ways landscapes were experienced and politicized over the last three thousand years.
Ruiz Estrada, Arturo 2008 Las cavernas y el poblamiento prehispánico de la provincia de Chachapoyas. Investigaciones Sociales 12(20):35–62. ... Schjellerup, Inge 2005 Incas y españoles en la conquista de los Chachapoya. Lima: PUCP.
Author: Justin Jennings
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Category: Social Science
Natural history collections have recently acquired an unprecedented place of importance in scientific research. Originally created in the context of systematics and taxonomy, they are now proving to be fundamental for answering various scientific and societal questions that are as significant as they are current. Natural History Collections in the Science of the 21st Century presents a wide range of questions and answers raised by the study of collections. The billions of specimens that have been collected from all around the world over more than two centuries provide us with information that is vital in our quest for knowledge about the Earth, the universe, the diversity of life and the history of humankind. These collections also provide valuable reference points from the past to help us understand the nature and dynamics of global change today. Their physical permanence is the best guarantee we have of a return to data and to information sources in the context of open science.
Boletín de la Real Sociedad Española de Historia Natural, 92(1–4), 203–213. ... Report on the human remains recovered from the Laguna Huayabamba, Chachapoyas, Perú. ... Incas y españoles en la conquista de los chachapoya.
Author: Roseli Pellens
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Who was in charge of the widespread provinces of the great Inka Empire of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries: Inka from the imperial heartland or local leaders who took on the trappings of their conquerors, either by coercion or acceptance? By focusing on provinces far from the capital of Cuzco, the essays in this multidisciplinary volume provide up-to-date information on the strategies of domination asserted by the Inka across the provinces far from their capital and the equally broad range of responses adopted by their conquered peoples. Contributors to this cutting-edge volume incorporate the interaction of archaeological and ethnohistorical research with archaeobotany, biometrics, architecture, and mining engineering, among other fields. The geographical scope of the chapters—which cover the Inka provinces in Bolivia, in southeast Argentina, in southern Chile, along the central and north coast of Peru, and in Ecuador—build upon the many different ways in which conqueror and conquered interacted. Competing factors such as the kinds of resources available in the provinces, the degree of cooperation or resistance manifested by local leaders, the existing levels of political organization convenient to the imperial administration, and how recently a region had been conquered provide a wealth of information on regions previously understudied. Using detailed contextual analyses of Inka and elite residences and settlements in the distant provinces, the essayists evaluate the impact of the empire on the leadership strategies of conquered populations, whether they were Inka by privilege, local leaders acculturated to Inka norms, or foreign mid-level administrators from trusted ethnicities. By exploring the critical interface between local elites and their Inka overlords, Distant Provinces in the Inka Empire builds upon Malpass’s 1993 Provincial Inca: Archaeological and Ethnohistorical Assessment of the Impact of the Inca State to support the conclusions that Inka strategies of control were tailored to the particular situations faced in different regions. By contributing to our understanding of what it means to be marginal in the Inka Empire, this book details how the Inka attended to their political and economic goals in their interactions with their conquered peoples and how their subjects responded, producing a richly textured view of the reality that was the Inka Empire.
In La Frontera del Estado Inca, edited by Tom D. Dillehay and Patricia J. Netherly, 261–272. Oxford: BAR Internacional Series 442. ... Schjellerup, Inge 2005 Incas y Españoles en la Conquista de los Chachapoya.
Author: Michael A. Malpass
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Category: Social Science
Food crises have always tested societies. This volume discusses societal resilience to food crises, examining the responses and strategies at the societal level that effectively helped individuals and groups to cope with drops in food supply, in various parts of the world over the past two millennia. Societal responses can be coordinated by the state, the market, or civil society. Here it is shown that it was often a combined effort, but that there were significant variations between regions and periods. The long-term, comparative perspective of the volume brings out these variations, explains them, and discusses their effects on societal resilience. This book will be of interest to advanced students and researchers across economic history, institutional economics, social history and development studies.
qquichua o del Inca. Lima: Universidad Nacional Mayor de ... The Incas. New York: Thames and Hudson. Morris, C., R.A. Covey and P. Stein. 2011. The Huánuco Pampa archaeological ... Incas y españoles en la conquista de los chachapoya.
Author: Jessica Dijkman
Category: Business & Economics
South America was populated relatively recently, probably around 15,000 years ago. Yet, instead of finding a relatively small number of language families, we find some 118 genealogical units. So far, the historical processes that underlie the current picture are not yet fully understood. This book represents a preliminary attempt at understanding the socio-historical dynamics behind language diversification in the region, focusing on the Kawapanan languages, particularly on Shawi. The book provides an introduction to the ideas behind the flux approach of Dynamic linguistics and later concentrates on prehistorical language contact, specifically in the northern Peruvian Andean sphere. The number of studies presented shed light on a layered picture in which a number of Kawapanan lects were used in non-polyglosic multilingual settings. The book explores the potential contact relationships between Kawapanan languages, Quechuan, Aymaran, Chachapuya, Cholón-Hibito, Arawak, Carib and Puelche. The analysis draws on data collected in the field over a period of eight years (2012-2020) with both Shawi and Shiwilu speakers and includes the first comprehensive grammar sketch of Shawi.
Incas y españoles en la conquista de los Chachapoya . Fondo Editorial , PUCP & Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos . https://doi.org/10.4000/books.ifea.4903 Schleicher , A. ( 1863 ) . Die Darwinsche Theorie und die Sprachwissenschaft ...
Author: Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Reúne 39 estudios de especialistas internacionales sobre la Romania en América, la Romania en contacto con lenguas amerindias, la Afrorromania y las lenguas criollas, la lingüística misionera y la política lingüística.
He encontrado registrados los siguientes apellidos segu- ramente chachapoyas , últimos sobrevivientes de la antroponimia lugareña : en Bagua ... SCHJELLERUP , Inge R. ( 2005 ) : Incas y españoles en la conquista de los chachapoya .
Author: Martina Schrader-Kniffki
Category: Creole dialects
1864-1884 Colección de Documentos Inéditos relativos al descubrimiento , conquista y organizacion de las antiguas posesiones españoles de América y Oceanía . 42 vols.Tomo IV , VIII . Torres Rubio , Padre Diego 1754 Arte y vocabulario de ...
Author: Inge Schjellerup
Publisher: Goteborg University Department of Archaeology
Category: Chachapoyas (Peru : Province)
Text in English & Spanish. This book on the Chilchos Valley in the northeastern slopes of the Andes in Peru attempts to understand how human activities have changed the landscape in the montane forests during the last 500 years. Settlements and terraces from the Chachapoya and Inca cultures in the Ceja de Selva (high jungle) witness of an ample use in pre-Hispanic times. Later after a drastic declination of the population in the colonial period the Chilchos Valley was forgotten in hundreds of years and then rediscovered and revisited in 1900. Within the stage of rediscovering the valley, new socio-cultural processes of adaptation to the environment began with migrations from the Sierra. This book includes archaeological, historical, sociological and botanical studies of a corner of Peru, which has hitherto not been given much scientific attention.
Por ejemplo estaban doce cientos de chachapoya y cañaris seleccionados para servir al inca Huascar en Cuzco : “ por ... La conquista y la colonización de los incas que precedió a la conquista española trajeron muchos cambios para los ...
Author: Inge Schjellerup
Publisher: National Museum of Denmark, Ethnographic Monographs
"This book is about historical ecology and environmental studies carried out in 2000-2001 by a team of archaeologists, anthropologists, botanists and geographers in the north-eastern Peru. During the last five hundred years the montane forest landscapes in the Huambo Valley and La Meseta, by the provinces of Rodriguez de Mendoza and Huallaga were modified by tribal groups, the Chachapoyas and the Inca cultures and later by the invasion of the Spaniards. Today population pressure from the highlands is the cause of transformations of the biologically diverse cloud forest"--Back cover.
Todavía no tenemos información sobre la distribución exacta de la cultura chachapoya en el nororiente del Perú . La conquista Inca y el período de colonización que precedió a la conquista española , significó muchos cambios para los ...
Author: Inge Schjellerup
Publisher: Aarhus University Press