Moche : SE55.

This collection of 29 documents discuss the Moche tradition that occurred from 1950-1200 BP along the desert north coast of Peru, from the Piura valley in the north to the Huarmey valley in the south. Absolute dating of the five-phase ceramic stylistic sequence remains unresolved, although beginning...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Alva, Walter., Alva Meneses, Nestor Ignacio., Arsenault, Daniel., Bawden, Garth., Benson, Elizabeth P., Bourget, Steve, 1956-, Chapdelaine, Claude., Cordy-Collins, Alana., Donnan, Christopher B., Gumerman, George, IV., Hocquenghem, Anne-Marie., Lechtman, Heather., McClelland, Donna., Millaire, Jean-François., Moseley, Michael Edward., Quilter, Jeffrey, 1949-, Shimada, Izumi., Uceda, Santiago., Verano, John W.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2015-
Series:EHRAF Archaeology. South America.
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520 2 |a This collection of 29 documents discuss the Moche tradition that occurred from 1950-1200 BP along the desert north coast of Peru, from the Piura valley in the north to the Huarmey valley in the south. Absolute dating of the five-phase ceramic stylistic sequence remains unresolved, although beginning and ending dates are regularly considered to be 2000-1950 and 1300-1200 BP (AD 1-50 and 700-800). Northern and Southern political and cultural subtraditions are generally recognized, with the dividing line between the Jequetepeque and Chicama valleys; Moche presence in the farthest southern valleys may have come late in the tradition, represented in this collection by one document focusing on the Santa Valley. As a whole, time coverage of this collection is well balanced, though with a geographical emphasis on the central region between the Lambayeque and Moche valleys; specifically the sites of Sipán, Pampa Grande, Pacatnamú, Huacas de Moche, and Galindo. Two documents provide overviews of the tradition. Alva and Donnan provide a brief cultural summary that concentrates on artifacts, especially those that relate to what was found in the Lord of Sipán's tomb, the main focus of this document. Shimada provides a broader synthesis in a discussion of work conducted at the city of Pampa Grande. In another work, Shimada (1987) discusses land use and the horizontal and vertical territory of the Moche through time. Examining the effects of a mega El Nino, Moseley, Donnan and Keefer describe how the Moche responded to the prolonged disaster at the site of Dos Cabezas that followed the weather event. Bawden concentrates on the late Moche (phase V) city of Galindo in the Moche Valley. Galindo arose after the collapse of the city of Moche and preceded the rise of the city of Chan Chan, making it important for understanding the transition between the Moche and Chimú traditions. Bourget explores the ritual and social identity of the individual in early Moche (phase I) Tomb 3 at Sipán, who appears to have been both a member of the ruling elite and a priest known in the iconography as Individual D of the Sacrifice Ceremony. Millaire, Quilter, and Uceda all use Moche iconography to understand and illuminate various aspects of the Moche tradition. Ceramics are the focus of Chapdelaine as he describes intervalley differences, and of McClelland who examined fineline drawings on ceramic sherds from Pacatnamú. Donnan et al. and Lechtman look at metallurgy; the former document includes color plates referenced in many other chapters of The Art and Archaeology of the Moche. Donnan et al. built a replica of a sheet metal owl, while a cane coffin was replicated in Donnan and Barreto C. Analyses of human remains are the focus of multiple documents: Cordy-Collins and Merbs for Dos Cabezas; Donnan and McClelland and Verano for Pacatnamú, while Shimada et al. analyzed mitochondrial DNA to understand genetic and socio-political relationships. Verano describes the human sacrifice victims at Huacas de Moche. A different, non-human sacrifice, found in the Offering Room Group at Pacatnamú, is described by Cordy-Collins. The other contents of the burials at Pacatnamú are covered with a description of the textiles by Donnan and Donnan and with analysis of the botanical remains by Gumerman IV. 
505 0 0 |t Royal tombs of Sipán /  |r Walter Alva, Christopher B. Donnan --  |t Spiders and spider decapitators in Moche iconography : identification from the contexts of Sipan, antecedents and symbolism /  |r Nestor Ignacio Alva Meneses --  |t Tradition Summary, Moche /  |r Daniel Arsenault --  |t Galindo : a study in cultural transition during the Middle Horizon /  |r Garth Bawden --  |t Iconography meets archaeology /  |r Elizabeth P. Benson --  |t The third man : identity and rulership in Moche archaeology and visual culture /  |r Steve Bourget --  |t Moche art style in the Santa Valley : between being "a la mode" and developing a provincial identity /  |r Claude Chapdelaine --  |t Forensic iconography : the case of the Moche giants /  |r Alana Cordy-Collins, Charles F. Merbs --  |t The offering room group /  |r Alana Cordy-Collins --  |t A Moche cane coffin from Pacatnamu /  |r Christopher B. Donnan, Daisy Barreto C. --  |t Bibliography /  |r Christopher B. Donnan, Guillermo A. Cock --  |t Moche burials at Pacatnamu /  |r Christopher B. Donnan, Donna McClelland --  |t Moche forms for shaping sheet metal /  |r Christopher B. Donnan, David A. Scott, Todd Bracken --  |t Moche masking traditions /  |r Christopher B. Donnan --  |t Moche textiles from Pacatnamu /  |r Christopher B. Donnan, Sharon G. Donnan --  |t Botanical offerings in Moche burials at Pacatnamu /  |r George Gumerman IV --  |t Sacrifices and ceremonial calendars in societies of the central Andes : a reconsideration /  |r Anne Marie Hocquenghem --  |t Copper artifacts from Moche burials at Pacatnamu /  |r Heather Lechtman --  |t Moche fineline ceramics at Pacatnamu ; Ulluchu : an elusive fruit /  |r Donna McClelland --  |t Moche textile production on the Peruvian north coast : a contextual analysis /  |r Jean-François Millaire --  |t Convergent catastrophe and the demise of Dos Cabezas : Environmental change and regime change in ancient Peru /  |r Michael E. Moseley, Christopher B. Donnan, David K. Keefer --  |t Art and Moche martial arts /  |r Jeffrey Quilter --  |t Horizontal and vertical dimensions of prehistoric states in north Peru ; Pampa Grande and the Mochica culture /  |r Izumi Shimada --  |t The Moche people : genetic perspective on their sociopolitical composition and organization /  |r Izumi Shimada, Ken-Ichi Shinoda, Walter Alva, Steve Bourget, Claude Chapdelaine, Santiago Uceda --  |t The priests of the Bicephalus Arc : tombs and effigies found in Huaca de la Luna and their relation to Moche rituals /  |r Santiago Uceda --  |t Communality and diversity in Moche human sacrifice ;  |t Physical characteristics and skeletal biology of the Moche population at Pacatnamu /  |r John W. Verano. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
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651 0 |a Moche (Peru)  |x Antiquities. 
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651 0 |a Pacatnamú Site (Peru) 
700 1 2 |a Alva, Walter.  |t Royal tombs of Sipán. 
700 1 2 |a Alva Meneses, Nestor Ignacio.  |t Spiders and spider decapitators in Moche iconography. 
700 1 2 |a Arsenault, Daniel.  |t Tradition Summary, Moche. 
700 1 2 |a Bawden, Garth.  |t Galindo. 
700 1 2 |a Benson, Elizabeth P.  |t Iconography meets archaeology. 
700 1 2 |a Bourget, Steve,  |d 1956-  |t Third man. 
700 1 2 |a Chapdelaine, Claude.  |t Moche art style in the Santa Valley. 
700 1 2 |a Cordy-Collins, Alana.  |t Forensic iconography, the case of the Moche giants. 
700 1 2 |a Cordy-Collins, Alana.  |t Offering room group. 
700 1 2 |a Donnan, Christopher B.  |t Moche cane coffin from Pacatnamu. 
700 1 2 |a Donnan, Christopher B.  |t Bibliography. 
700 1 2 |a Donnan, Christopher B.  |t Moche burials at Pacatnamu. 
700 1 2 |a Donnan, Christopher B.  |t Moche forms for shaping sheet metal. 
700 1 2 |a Donnan, Christopher B.  |t Moche masking traditions. 
700 1 2 |a Donnan, Christopher B.  |t Moche textiles from Pacatnamu. 
700 1 2 |a Gumerman, George, IV.  |t Botanical offerings in Moche burials at Pacatnamu. 
700 1 2 |a Hocquenghem, Anne-Marie.  |t Sacrifices and ceremonial calendars in societies of the central Andes. 
700 1 2 |a Lechtman, Heather.  |t Copper artifacts from Moche burials at Pacatnamu. 
700 1 2 |a McClelland, Donna.  |t Moche fineline ceramics at Pacatnamu. 
700 1 2 |a McClelland, Donna.  |t Ulluchu, an elusive fruit. 
700 1 2 |a Millaire, Jean-François.  |t Moche textile production on the Peruvian north coast. 
700 1 2 |a Moseley, Michael Edward.  |t Convergent catastrophe and the demise of Dos Cabezas. 
700 1 2 |a Quilter, Jeffrey,  |d 1949-  |t Art and Moche martial arts. 
700 1 2 |a Shimada, Izumi.  |t Horizontal and vertical dimensions of prehistoric states in north Peru. 
700 1 2 |a Shimada, Izumi.  |t Pampa Grande and the Mochica culture. 
700 1 2 |a Shimada, Izumi.  |t Moche people. 
700 1 2 |a Uceda, Santiago.  |t Priests of the Bicephalus Arc. 
700 1 2 |a Verano, John W.  |t Communality and diversity in Moche human sacrifice. 
700 1 2 |a Verano, John W.  |t Physical characteristics and skeletal biology of the Moche population at Pacatnamu. 
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