Budaya Nazca (juga Nasca) adalah kebudayaan arkeologi yang berkembang dari kr. 100 SM sampai 800 M di pesisir selatan Peru di lembah sungai Rio Grande de Nazca dan Lembah Ica.[1] Provinsi Nazca di Kawasan Ica mengambil nama dari bangsa tersebut.

Patung perempuan Nazca, terbuat dari gigi, cangkang dan rambut paus sperma
Wilayah kontrol dan pengaruh Nazca.

ReferensiSunting

  1. ^ The Nasca by Helaine Silverman and Donald A. Proulx. Blackwell Publishers. Malden. 2002.

Daftar pustakaSunting

  • Local Differences and Time Differences in Nasca Pottery by Donald A. Proulx (1968) University of California Press
  • The Incas and their Ancestors: The Archaeology of Peru by Michael E. Moseley. 1992.
  • Cahuachi in the Ancient Nasca World Silverman, Helaine. University of Iowa Press. Iowa City. 1993.
  • "The Archaeological Identification of an Ancient Peruvian Pilgrimage Center" by Helaine Silverman, World Archaeology 26, no. 1 (June 1994): 1–18
  • "Paracas in Nazca: New data on the Early Horizon Occupation of the Rio Grande de drainage, Peru" Silverman, Helaine. (1994) Latin American Antiquity, Vol.5, No. 4, pp. 359–382.
  • Early Nasca Needlework by Alan R. (1996) Sawyer Laurence King. ISBN 1-85669-088-1
  • Der Nasca-Ikonenkomplex: Seine mythischen Gestalten und ihre Entwicklung, erschlossen aus den Darstellungen gegenständlicher Bildwerke/Nasca Iconography. Its mythical Figures and their Evolution, established on the Basis of Pictorial Works, by Christiane Clados, Dissertation, Free University Berlin
  • The Nasca by Helaine Silverman and Donald A. Proulx. Blackwell Publishers. Malden. 2002.
  • Ancient Nazca Settlement and Society by Helaine Silverman (2002) University of Iowa Press
  • Irrigation and Society in the Peruvian Desert: The Puquios of Nasca by Katherine H. Schreiber, Josue Lancho Rojas, Lexington Books, Lanham, Maryland, 2003, ISBN 9780739106419
  • "What the Women Were Wearing" by Mary Frame, Textile Museum Journal (2003/04), Volume 42-43:13–53
  • "Households, Crafts and Feasting in the Ancient Andes: The Village Context of Early Nasca Craft Consumption" by Kevin J. Vaughn, Latin American Antiquity (2004), Volume 15, No. 1:61–88
  • "Burial Patterns and Sociopolitical Organization in Nasca 5 Society" by William Harris and Helaine Silverman, Andean Archaeology III (2006), Volume 3:374–400
  • "A Compositional Perspective on the Origins of the Nasca Cult at Cahuachi" by Kevin J. Vaughn, Journal of Archaeological Science (2007), Volume 34, Issue 5:814–822
  • The Ancient Nasca World New Insights from Science and Archaeology by Rosa Lasaponara, Nicola Masini, Giuseppe Orefici, Springer International Publishing, 2016, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-47052-8

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