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Tom Dillehay (ed.). Where the land meets the sea: fourteen millennia of human history at Huaca Prieta, Peru. 2017. Austin: University of Texas Press; 978-1-4773-1149-3 $75.

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Bird, J., Hyslop, J. & Dimitrijevic, M.. 1985. The Preceramic excavations at the Huaca Prieta, Chicama Valley, Peru (Volume 62, Part I). New York: American Museum of Natural History.
Haas, J. & Creamer, W.. 2006. Crucible of Andean civilization. Current Anthropology 47: 645775. https://doi.org/10.1086/506281
Prieto, G. 2015. Gramalote: domestic life, economy and ritual practices of a preHispanic Maritime Community. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Yale University.
Shady, R. 2009. Caral-Supe y su entorno natural y social en los origenes de la civilización, in J. Marcus & P.R. Williams (ed.) Andean civilization. A tribute to Michael E. Moseley (Monograph 63 Cotsen Institute of Archaeology): 99120. Los Angeles: University of California.
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Antiquity
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