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The world's most artful and skillful stone architecture is found at Tiahuanaco at the southern end of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. Detailed analyses of building stones yield insights into the architecture of Tiahuanaco, including its appearance, rules of composition, canons, and production, filling a significant gap in the understanding of Tiahuanaco's material culture.
|Publication date:||15th February 2013|
|Author:||Stella Nair, Jean-Pierre Protzen|
|Publisher:||Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||History of architecture, History of the Americas, Archaeology,|
Jean-Pierre Protzen, professor emeritus of the Department of Architecture at the University of California at Berkeley, has written extensively on the architectural and construction practices of the Inca. Stella Nair, assistant professor of the Department of Art History at the University of California at Los Angeles, has published on Inca architecture, Tiahuanaco construction, and Colonial Andean paintings.More About Stella Nair, Jean-Pierre Protzen