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Titicaca Island, Palace, late fifteenth century: (A) condition in 1870; (B) plan of ground floor; (C) plan of upper storey

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Description: The Art and Architecture of Ancient America: The Mexican, Maya and Andean Peoples
The principal urban centres in the southern highlands occupy three major basins: the region called the altiplano, surrounding Lake Titicaca at the boundary between Peru and Bolivia; the region from Ayacucho to Jauja in the Mantaro river valley basin; and the Cuzco region near the headwaters of the Urubamba river. The basin of Lake Titicaca supported early civilizations at Pucará and at Tiahuanaco from about 500 B.C. until after A.D. 500. Thereafter the style of Tiahuanaco spread to the Mantaro …
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Related print edition pages: pp.441-469
https://doi.org/10.37862/aaeportal.00123.021

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