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Advances in Titicaca Basin Archaeology–IIIEdited by Alexei Vranich, Elizabeth A. Klarich and Charles Stanish 2012
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The focus of this volume is the northern Titicaca Basin, an area once belonging to the quarter of the Inka Empire called Collasuyu. The original settlers around the lake had to adapt to living at more than 12,000 feet, but as this volume shows so well, this high-altitude environment supported a very long developmental sequence.
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