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  • - Tawantinsuyu – Inkaernes rige
    af Inge Schjellerup
    298,95 kr.

    På få år gik Inkariget fra at være et lille rige i det sydlige Peru til at være et af verdens største samfund. I sine velmagtsdage strakte det enorme imperium sig over 5.000 km og over klimazoner fra ørken til tundra. Men lige så eksplosivt inkariget voksede, lige så hurtigt brød det sammen, da de spanske erobrere med Francisco Pizarro i spidsen ankom i 1532. Stenenes magi går bag om drømmene, fascinationen og myterne ved Inkariget. Med inddragelse af de seneste forskningsresultater i arkæologi, historie og etnografi fortæller bogen om Inkarigets herskere, statsorganisation, krige, religion, verdensbilleder, hverdagsliv, sygdom og sundhed. Og den forklarer, hvordan riget uden kendskab til skriftsprog, hjul eller jern kunne hænge sammen og fungere effektivt. Inge Schjellerup, f. 1947, er fil.dr. i arkæologi, mag.scient. i antropologi og projektseniorforsker ved Nationalmuseet. I over 40 år har hun forsket i især Inkariget og chachapoyakulturen. Hun har ledet talrige ekspeditioner i Andesbjergene, og hun har modtaget Perus fineste orden: Solordenen. Desuden er hun æresdoktor ved Universidad Nacional de Trujillo, Universidad Privada de Antenor Orrego og Universidad Nacional Toribio Rodriguez Mendoza, Chachapoyas.

  • - Un pasiaje que va desapareciendo
    af Inge Schjellerup, Victor Pena, Victor Quipuscoa, mfl.
    249,95 kr.

  • - Life Conditions in the Ceja de Selva, Peru
    af Inge Schjellerup, Victor Quipuscoa & Carolina Espinoza
    148,95 kr.

  • - Choices, Stability and Change
    af Felix Retamero, Inge Schjellerup & Althea Davies
    242,95 kr.

    Through a series of case studies, this third volume in the Earth series deals with the technological constraints and innovations that enabled societies to survive and thrive across a range of environmental conditions. The contributions are structured into three sections to draw out particular commonalities and contrasts in the choices made by pre-industrial communities in the construction of varied landscapes and cultural heritage: Landnam, from the Old Norse for ‘taking of land’, deals with colonisation, including the drivers and processes through which colonisers developed an understanding of the productive potential and limitations of their new lands. Fields and field systems: Field-walls are a distinctive and apparently timeless characteristic of many pre-industrial farming landscapes but they present many the challenges to their study, such as the effects of ploughing, abandonment and land-use change and of urban development in fertile lowland zones which may eradicate, reduce or conceal past systems of land-use and division. The importance of indirect and proxy evidence is illustrated and the value of interdisciplinary and modelling approaches emphasised. Agro-pastoralism: focuses on the complex ‘time-space adaptations’ devised for managing cultivation and livestock production, particularly the need to prevent stock incursions into arable fields during the growing season whilst making effective use of seasonal grazing resources. The contributions focus on mountainous areas, where temporary migrations, in the form of transhumance, provided access to a diversity of resources based around seasonal constraints on their availability and productivity.

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