Bibliography: Master List

This is the master list for the show. It contains all the works used for the entirety of the show up to the current time. If you want to learn more about what was used in a certain episode please refer to the bibliographies of individual episodes (Coming Soon).

A. J. Cheptow-Lusty, K. D. Bennett, J. Fjeldsa, A. Kendall, W. Galiano, A. Tupayachi Herrera. 1998. “Tracing 4,000 Years of Environmental History in the Cuzco Area, Peru, from the Pollen Record.” Mountain Research and Development 18 (2): 159-172.

Aveni, Anthony F. 1992. “Patterns on the Desert.” In Mysteries of Mankind: Earth’s Unexplained Landmarks, by Multiple Authors, 137-153. Washington D.C.: National Geographic Society.

Bauer, Brian S. 1996. Ancient Cuzco: Heartland of the Inca. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Bauer, Brian S. 1992. The Development of the Inca State. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Benson, Elizabeth P. 2010. “Maya Political Structure as a Possible Model for the Moche.” In New Perspectives on Moche Political Organization, edited by Jeffrey Quilter and Luis Jaime Castillo. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.

Betanzos, Juan de. 2006. Narrative of the Incas. Edited by Roland Hamilton and Dana Buchannan. Translated by Roland Hamilton and Dana Buchannan. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Billman, Brian R. 2010. “How Moche Rulers Came to Power.” In New Perspectives on Moche Political Organization, edited by Jeffrey Quilter and Luis Jaime Castillo. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.

Bourget, Steve. 2001. “Rituals of Sacrifice: Its Practice at Huaca de la Luna and Its Representation in Moche Iconography.” In Moche Art and Archaeology in Ancient Peru, edited by Joanne Pillsbury.

Castillo, Luis Jaime. 2001. “The Last of the Mochicas: A View from the Jequetepeque Valley.” Edited by Joanne Pillsbury. Moche Art and Archaeology in Ancient Peru. Yale University Press.

Castillo, Santiago Uceda. 2010. “Theocracy and Secularism: Relationships between the Temple and Urban Nucleus and Political Change at the Huacas de Moche.” In New Perspectives on Moche Political Organization, edited by Jeffrey Quilter and Luis Jaime Castillo. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.

Chapdelaine. 2010. Recent Advances in Moche Archaeology. Montreal, November 17.

Chapdelaine, Claude. 2010. “Moche and Wari during the Middle Horizon on the North Coast of Peru.” In Beyond Wari Walls: Regional Perspectives on Middle Horizon Peru, edited by Justin Jennings, 213-232. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

Cobo, Bernabe. 1979. History of the Inca Empire. Edited by Rolan Hamilton. Translated by Rolan Hamilton. Texas: University of Texas Press.

Cobo,. 1990. Inca Religion and Customs. Edited by Roland Hamilton. Translated by Roland Hamilton. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Conlee, Christina A. 2016. Beyond the Nasca Lines. University Press of Florida.

D’Altroy, Terrance N. 2003. The Inca. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Donnan, Christopher B. 2001. “Moche Ceramic Portraits.” Edited by Joanne Pillsbury. Moche Art and Archaeology in Ancient Peru. Yale University Press.

Donnan, Christopher B. 2010. “Moche State Religion: A Unifying Force in Moche Political Organization.” In New Perspectives on Moche Political Organization, edited by Jeffrey Quilter and Luis Jaime Castillo. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.

Gamboa, Pedro Sarmiento de. 1907. History of the Incas. Edited by Sir Clements Markham. Translated by Sir Clements Markham. Cambridge: The University Press.

Glwacki, Mary, and Michael Malpass. 2003. “Water, Huacas, and Ancestor Worship: Traces of a Sacred Wari Landscape.” Latin American Antiquity, 431-448.

Green, Ulrike M., and Paul S. Goldstein. 2010. “The Nature of Wari Presence in the Mid-Moquegua Valley: Investigating Contact at Cerro Trapiche.” In Beyond Wari Walls: Regional Perspectives on Middle Horizon Peru, edited by Justin Jennings, 19-36. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

Golomb, Jason. “The Nasca Lines Are One of Peru’s Mysteries.” –- National Geographic. November 08, 2010. Accessed April 06, 2019. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/archaeology-and-history/archaeology/nasca-lines/.

Hemming, John. 2010.  Monuments of the Incas. New York, NY: Thames and Hudson Inc.

Iammarino, Darren. 2016. “The Nazca Geoglyphs: A Pictographic Creation Story.” Skeptic Magazine.

Isabell, William H. 2010. “Agency, Identity, and Control: Understanding Wari Space and Power.” In Beyond Wari Walls: Regional Perspectives on Middle Horizon Peru, edited by Justing Jennings, 233-254. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

Izumi Shimada, Crystal Barker Schaaf, Lonnie G. Thompson and Ellen Mosley-Thompson. 2010. “Cultural impacts of severe droughts in the prehistoric Andes: Application of a 1,500-year ice core precipitation record.” World Archaeology 22 (3): 247-270.

Janusek, John Wayne. 2008. Ancient Tiwanaku. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Jennings, Justin. 2006. “Understanding Middle Horizon Peru: Hermeneutic Spirals, Interpretative Traditions, and Wari Administrative Centers.” Latin American Antiquity 17 (3): 265-285.

Kolata, Alan L. 1993. The Tiwanaku: Portrait of an Andean Civilization. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Leon, Pedro de Cieza de. 1964. The Second Part of the Chronicle of Peru. Edited by Clements R. Markham. Translated by Clements R. Markham. New York: Burt Franklin.

Llanos, Rafael S., and Izumi Shimada. 2010. “The Wari Footprint on the Central Coast: A View from Cajamarquilla and Pachacamac.” In Beyond Wari Walls: Regional Perspectives on Middle Horizon Peru, edited by Justin Jennings, 113-135. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

McEwan, Gordon F. The Incas: New Perspectives. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company, 2008.

Molina, Cristobal de. 2011. Account of the Fables and Rites of the Incas. Edited by Vania Smith-Oka, and Gabriel E. Canarutti Brain S. Bauer. Translated by Vania Smith-Oka, and Gabriel E. Canarutti Brian S. Bauer. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Moseley, Michael E. 1992. The Incas And Their Ancestors: The Archaeology of Peru. London: Thames & Hudson.

Nesbitt, Jason. 2016. “El Nino and second-millennium BC monument building at Huaca Cortada (Moche Valley, Peru).” Antiquity Publications 638-653.

Niles, S.A. 1999. The Shape of Inca History: Narrative and Architecture in an Andean Empire. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press

Patterson, Thomas C. 1991. The Inca Empire: The Formation and Disintegration of a Pre-Capitalist State. Berg Publishers Inc.

Rostworowski, Maria. History of the Inca Realm. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Schreiber, Kathrina J. 1992. Wari Imperialism in the Middle Horizon Peru. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan.

Shimada, Izumi. 2010. “Moche Sociopolitical Organization: Rethinking the Data, Approaches and Models.” In New Perspectives on Moche Political Organization, edited by Jeffrey Quilter and Luis Jaime Castillo. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks.

Silverman, Helaine. 2001. “Theorizing Nasca Society.” In Ancient Nasca Settlement and Society, by Helaine Silverman, 160-173. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

Silverman, Helaine, and Donald Proulx. 2002. The Nasca. Blackwell.

Steele, Paul R. 2004. Handbook of Inca Mythology. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO Inc.

Sutter, Richard C., and Luis Jaime Castillo. 2015. “Population Structure during the Demise of the Moche (550-850 AD): Comparative Phenetic Analyses of Tooth Trait Data from San Jose de Moro, Peru.” Current Anthropology, October: 762-771.

Sutter, Richard C., and Rosa J. Cortez. 2005. “The Nature of Moche Human Sacrifice: A Bio-Archaeological Perspective.” Current Anthropology, August-October: 521-549.

Thomson, Hugh. 2008. A Sacred Landscape. Woodstock: The Overlook Press.

Topic, Theresa Lange, and R. John Topic. 2010. “Contexualizing the Wari-Huamachuco Relationship.” In Beyond Wari Walls: Regional Perspectives on Middle Horizon Peru, edited by Justin Jennnings, 188-212. Albuquerque , New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.Weiss, Daniel. 2018. “Desert Orca.” Archaeology, May/June.

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