Week1.2 - location (underlying geology?) arch100 week 1.2...

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arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 1 The Sicalpa Historical Archaeology Project Ross W. Jamieson, Department of Archaeology, Simon Fraser University Frederick Church, Cotopaxi (1862)
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arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 2 The Inka Empire
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arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 3 • Inka concept of Hanan/Hurin Cajabamba Cushca/ Collca • Collca = storehouses Sicalpa Sicalpa Conoq Puqio Colonial Riobamba (AD 1534-1797) • Became important trade hub – Guayaquil, Cuenca Quito Cuenca, Quito • Local prehispanic maguey fibre industry became huge colonial woollen industry, rural obrajes Three Big Earthquakes • 1645 – most of city collapsed, thousands killed, main church collapsed, monks and nuns living in tents, etc. 1698 badly hit again • 1698 – badly hit again • 1797 – the final blow, probably strongest earthquake in colonial Audiencia • City relocated 17 km away in safer
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Unformatted text preview: location (underlying geology?) arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 4 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 5 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 6 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 7 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 8 Cajabamba Cushca/ Collca Sicalpa Sicalpa Conoq Puqio Our Lady of the Snows arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 9 Nuestra Señora de Sicalpa • Named protector of Riobamba in 1645 • Nuestra Señora de Las Nieves • 1698 saved population by mysteriously coming down to Santo Cristo Church arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 10 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 11 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 12 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 13 The Artisan’s Neighborhood arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 14 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 15 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 16 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 17 arch100 week 1.2 1/7/2008 18...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ARCH 100 taught by Professor Catherined'andrea during the Spring '08 term at Simon Fraser.

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Week1.2 - location (underlying geology?) arch100 week 1.2...

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