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Monday November 8, 2010 Early intermediate period power point on OAK The Middle Horizon -AD 500-1100 Tiwanaku -Raised fields -Along lake edge -Raised beds, canals -Highly productive -Labor intensive -Lost technology, post-Tiwanaku collapse -Revived through “applied archaeology” -Ceremonial The Wari Empire -Huge area -Much of highlands of modern Peru -Very standardized architecture -“Sphere of influence” -Large complexes but nothing like the ceremonial buildings at Tiwanaku -Pikillacta: centrally planned building, foreign architecture plan on large scale -Sector 1: patio groups/niched halls; sector 2: patio groups/possible administrative core (open court); sector 3: nicked halls, entry; sector 4: small patio structures -Viracochapampa: Wednesday November 10, 2010 Captives for Sacrifice, Captive for Life: Abducting Men, Women, and Children in the Wari Empire, Peru By: Tiffany Tung -Wari Empire 600-1000: imperial power military means, ideological/religious means, possibly a combination of the two
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  • Fall '10
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  • centrally planned building, Wari Empire, fields -Along lake, small patio structures, period power point, Tung -Wari Empire

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