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Bridging Histories: The Archaeology of Chaco and Los Millares

AuthorsLekson, Stephen H.; Díaz del Río, Pedro
KeywordsComparative archaeology
Los Millares
American Southwest
Issue Date9-May-2011
SeriesComparative Archaeologies. The American Southwest (AD 900–1600) and the Iberian Peninsula (3000–1500 BC)
AbstractHistory is critical for the comparison of Iberia and the Southwest on at least two distinct levels: the history of research in the present, and the history of events in the distant past. Archaeologists study the latter: we want to understand and interpret events in the distant past, for example, Chaco Canyon at ad 1000 or Los Millares at 3000 bc. But archaeological understandings and interpretations of these events refl ect the history of our disciplines. Th e axes of comparison we discuss in our chapters refl ect these two levels of history.
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