The Mochica: A Culture of Peru
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Author: Benson, Elizabeth P.
Publisher: Praeger Publishers
Pub Date: 1972
Condition: Book: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Previous owner’s name in ink on ffep. Some corner and edge wear. Gilt on spine still bright, easily readable. Dust Jacket: Fair. Price clipped. Several closed tears, chipping to spine head and foot. Front flap folded.
Notes: The Mochica inhabited the northern valleys of Peru, near the Ecuadorian border in the Early Intermediate Period, from late in the last millennium before Christ through most of the first millennium after Christ. That’s a span of approximately two millenia. The Inca ruled for perhaps a century and a half. The Mochica are also called Moche, Pre-Chimú, Early Chimú, and Proto-Chimú, the Chimú being the people who dominated the region just before the expansion of the Inca empire.
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