ANTH 326 - 10-15-07 - ANTH 326 10/15/07 North coast in the...

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ANTH 326 10/15/07 North coast in the early intermediate period o Huaca luco (mural) o Human leg bones imbedded in the fries o Until 1987, when burials where discovered at Sipan? o unknown what the murals/scenes depicted Huaca El Brujo Cosmology frieze Brilliant artists Extraordinary details Chimu tried to take water to moche valley directly to the south Panamarca, Nepena Valley -valley, several valleys south of moche -southernmost expression of monumental constructions -could have been outpost -stepped pyramid -panamarca: Mural showing the Sacrifice Ceremony Figure carryin goblet – giving it to someone else Goblet carrying goblet with blood to be given to the king The complete sacrifice ceremony formerly called “Presentation Theme”), known from many representations on Mochica pottery -one figure wears fringed shirt Multiple Mochica kingdoms in the North -north of Jequetepeque valley -multiple moche kingdoms in each valley -probably fighting with each other -center of southern moche valley – pyramids at Moche (capital of centralized southern
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 326 taught by Professor Helainesilverman during the Fall '07 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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ANTH 326 - 10-15-07 - ANTH 326 10/15/07 North coast in the...

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