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Inka and pre-Inka

  • J. Leslie Mitchell

Few of the standard Peruvian histories—much less those politicofantastic tracts which hasty study of the Ancient Peruvian scene has evoked in such number—give any adequate idea of the tremendous cultural background against which the Inka civilization was built up, or of the fact that from that background emerge those archaeological exceptions which constantly question the theories of modern Americanists.

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1 Verrill, A.H., Old Civilizations of the New World, 1929.

2 South American Archaeology,1912.

3 Posnansky, A., Guia general ilustrada para la investigación de los monumentos prehistóricas de Tihuanacu, etc., 1912.

4 Antiguo Peru, 1930.

5 Influencias mayas en el alto Ecuador, etc., 1922.

6 The American Indian, 1880.

7 Jungle Paths and Inca Ruins, 1927.

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  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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