ANTH 326 - 10-31-07 - ANTH 326 10/31/07 EXAM ON MONDAY!...

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ANTH 326 10/31/07 EXAM ON MONDAY!! Tiwanaku sacred space and ritual o “taypi kala”: the city at the center, a super-natural concept achieved spatially at Tiwanaku o Temples o Sacrifice o Ritual objects Tiwanaku technology o Stone working o Stones held together by poured copper/bronze clamps Tiwanaku elite craft technology: o Pottery, textiles, metallurgy Textiles have split eyes; supernaturals because of split eye Keros (drinking goblet) used for rituals Expansion of the Tiwanaku state after 400 AD o Moquegua Valley Far south coast of Peru Cerro Baul Shared/contested society Omo 10 Sites with sunken courts surround by rooms Border between Wari and Tiwanaku o Tiwanaku expanded into San Pedro de Atacama oasis in northern Chili Objects found relate to Tiwanaku religions Snuff paraphernalia found Other hallucinogen objects found as well The collapse fo Tiwanaku after 1000 AD o Why? Internal stress in a stratified society
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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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