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Armando Gomez-Farias @01156514 Bibliography “Machu Picchu” Bingham, Hiram. Machu Picchu: A Citadel of the Incas . New York: Hacker Art Books. 1979. This book describes the explorations and excavations Bingham made in 1911 to Machu Picchu,  which was the first time it was introduced to the world. Burger, Richard L., and Lucy C. Salazar. Machu Picchu: Unveiling the mystery of the Incas . New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004. This book provides illustrations and descriptions of over a hundred artworks of the Inca  civilization . Lumbreras, Luis G. "Description of Machu Picchu." Machu Picchu . Fundacion Telefonica. http://www.machupicchu.perucultural.org.pe/ingles/descripcion.htm . [Accessed 20 April
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Unformatted text preview: 2010]. This website contains historical context and site descriptions of Machu Picchu . Petroski, Henry. "Machu Picchu." American Scientist 97, no. 1 (January 2009): 15-19. This article discusses the Inca’s architecture, irrigation system, and shows Machu Picchu from an engineering perspective to better understand the technology advancements they archived. Wright, Kenneth R., et al. Machu Piccu: A Civil Engineering Marvel . Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers. 2000. This book reveals the investigations made by engineer Wright, which show that the Incas carefully planned the city to provide water and stable buildings to the city ....
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