Hillforts of the Ancient Andes


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Elizabeth N. Arkush is associate professor of anthropology at the University of Pittsburgh.


"Arkush argues convincingly that conflict developed from a combination of environmental, social, and historical factors that perpetuated a fragmented and violent political landscape. Recommended."--CHOICE

"Excellent. A great introduction to warfare archaeology, this book also provides a compelling argument for archaeology's ability to interpret political motivations through material remains."--Journal of Conflict Archaeology

"Meticulously researched, analytically incisive, and so clearly written that it is a pleasure to read."--H-Net Reviews

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