Alysia Leon

Alysia Leon

Apr 22, 2015

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    About This Project

    Southern Illinois University of Carbondale

    The Peruvian Central Coast has not been extensively explored through archaeological research. This project aims to determine mortuary practices at Panquilma (c. AD 900-1532), a secondary site to the most important religious center of the South American coast, Pachacamac, and how they reflect the social and political organization of the Ychsma people that lived 600 years ago prior to the arrival of the Inca in this region.

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