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Drawing on the recent investigation of a series of Republican tambos in the highlands of Palca Tacna, modern-day Peru , the case study examines patterns of mobility and consumption as these sites were transformed by new extractive industries primarily silver, copper, and sulfur in the region. Tying together the growing British entrepreneurial presence and the resilience of 'traditional' forms of mobility and provisioning, these sites point towards a wider story of an emergent regional mining economy that both superseded previous circulations tied to the great silver mines of the altiplano and left a landscape of boom-and-bust development with uneasy resonances with the present.
A pesar de que el tambo inkaico ha sido entendido desde hace mucho tiempo como componente importante de la infraestructura imperial de Tawantinsuyu, la institución ha sido relativamente poco explorado al nivel sintético. La trayectoria Con los resultados del Proyecto Arqueológico Tambos de Palca, que prospecto un transecto de la sierra tacneña, se explora un corredor de transporte que eventualmente formó parte de la 'ruta de la plata' entre Potosí y el Pacifico español. Examinando una de las formas principales de inversión infraestructural en los Andes — los tambos que inicialmente fueron establecidos a los bordes de los caminos inkaicos — el proyecto investigo la historia de esta institución antes y después de la conquista en el siglo XVI.
Although the historical archaeology of the Spanish colonial world is currently witnessing an explosion of research in the Americas, the accompanying political economic framework has tended to remain little interrogated. This paper argues This perspective is explored through two archaeological case studies from Peru and Guatemala, where competing concerns about altitude, climate, disease, violence, and populations of differentiated labouring bodies both human and non-human came to the fore in unexpected ways.
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Guido Pezzarossi. The great silver mining centers of Potosí, Porco, and Oruro in the Bolivian altiplano have long formed an important focus for understanding the Spanish Americas, both for the colonial imagination and for the contemporary historian. In comparison with the contexts of production and exchange at these mining centers, however, their wider landscapes of mobility and logistics within the altiplano and the valleys leading west to the Pacific coast have been comparatively under-investigated by historians and archaeologists alike.
The great silver mining centers of Potosí, Porco, and Oruro in the Bolivian highlands have long formed an important focus for understanding the Spanish colonial world, both for the colonial imagination and for the contemporary historian The great silver mining centers of Potosí, Porco, and Oruro in the Bolivian highlands have long formed an important focus for understanding the Spanish colonial world, both for the colonial imagination and for the contemporary historian. In comparison with the contexts of production and exchange based around these mining centers, however, their wider contexts of mobility and logistics within the altiplano and the valleys leading west to the Pacific coast have been comparatively under-investigated by historians and archaeologists alike.
The following presentation considers these peripheral and 'interstitial' landscapes and the communities they constituted particularly as they articulated with prehispanic legacies of mobility and infrastructure , drawing on ongoing research in southern Peru and northern Chile.
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The resulting discussion highlights some of the ongoing tensions between multiple scales of analysis and between textual and archaeological sources of historical data. Nuestro estudio encuentra que al caer el Tawantinsuyu los tambos e instituciones que hicieron posible su funcionamiento, brindado apoyo logístico a los funcionarios del poder imperial cusqueño, dejaron de desempeñar su rol.
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