Kebudayaan Nazca

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Patung perempuan Nazca, terbuat dari gigi, cangkang dan rambut paus sperma
Wilayah kontrol dan pengaruh Nazca.

Budaya Nazca (juga Nasca) adalah kebudayaan arkeologi yang berkembang dari kr. 100 SM sampai 800 M di pesisir selatan Peru di lembah sungai Rio Grande de Nazca dan Lembah Ica.[1] Provinsi Nazca di Kawasan Ica mengambil nama dari bangsa tersebut.

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ The Nasca by Helaine Silverman and Donald A. Proulx. Blackwell Publishers. Malden. 2002.

Daftar pustaka[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Local Differences and Time Differences in Nasca Pottery by Donald A. Proulx (1968) University of California Press
  • The Incas and their Ancestors: The Archaeology of Peru by Michael E. Moseley. 1992.
  • Cahuachi in the Ancient Nasca World Silverman, Helaine. University of Iowa Press. Iowa City. 1993.
  • "The Archaeological Identification of an Ancient Peruvian Pilgrimage Center" by Helaine Silverman, World Archaeology 26, no. 1 (June 1994): 1–18
  • "Paracas in Nazca: New data on the Early Horizon Occupation of the Rio Grande de drainage, Peru" Silverman, Helaine. (1994) Latin American Antiquity, Vol.5, No. 4, pp. 359–382.
  • Early Nasca Needlework by Alan R. (1996) Sawyer Laurence King. ISBN 1-85669-088-1
  • Der Nasca-Ikonenkomplex: Seine mythischen Gestalten und ihre Entwicklung, erschlossen aus den Darstellungen gegenständlicher Bildwerke/Nasca Iconography. Its mythical Figures and their Evolution, established on the Basis of Pictorial Works, by Christiane Clados, Dissertation, Free University Berlin
  • The Nasca by Helaine Silverman and Donald A. Proulx. Blackwell Publishers. Malden. 2002.
  • Ancient Nazca Settlement and Society by Helaine Silverman (2002) University of Iowa Press
  • Irrigation and Society in the Peruvian Desert: The Puquios of Nasca by Katherine H. Schreiber , Josue Lancho Rojas, Lexington Books, Lanham, Maryland, 2003, ISBN 9780739106419
  • "What the Women Were Wearing" by Mary Frame, Textile Museum Journal (2003/04), Volume 42-43:13–53
  • "Households, Crafts and Feasting in the Ancient Andes: The Village Context of Early Nasca Craft Consumption" by Kevin J. Vaughn, Latin American Antiquity (2004), Volume 15, No. 1:61–88
  • "Burial Patterns and Sociopolitical Organization in Nasca 5 Society" by William Harris and Helaine Silverman, Andean Archaeology III (2006), Volume 3:374–400
  • "A Compositional Perspective on the Origins of the Nasca Cult at Cahuachi" by Kevin J. Vaughn, Journal of Archaeological Science (2007), Volume 34, Issue 5:814–822
  • The Ancient Nasca World New Insights from Science and Archaeology by Rosa Lasaponara, Nicola Masini, Giuseppe Orefici, Springer International Publishing, 2016, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-47052-8

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