By J.L. Speranza a, Laurence R. Horn
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Abercrombie, 1998; Platt, 1987). , Abercrombie, 1998: 102). Relationships of ambivalent complementarity run through festival contexts associated with holy days in the Catholic calendar, although any associated violence is not generally described as sacrificial in nature. Contrasting the potential for violence and role of bloodshed in the paired antagonistic displays found within and between Andean communities, it appears that shared administration and community identity serve to reduce and codify potentially violent competition, simultaneously altering the sacred role of such encounters.
Some would have had only passing experience with the larger cities of Europe, while others drew clear comparisons between Spanish and Inka cities. Spanish eyewitnesses often encountered Inka political institutions via a Caribbean model, while viewing some native religious institutions through a Moorish one (Covey, 2007). These writers passed through regions that had been ravaged by disease and civil war, and they certainly failed to observe elements of Andean urbanism that would have been obvious to natives.
Stone tools included a pounder/anvil, a grinder, and a mortar, indicating that some primary food preparation occurred here. Secondary activities are also signaled by an unfinished spindle whorl and fragments of a metal needle (fig. 8), suggesting various stages 2011 INKA CENTRAL PLAZAS of spinning and weaving, possibly occurring while food was cooking. A fragment of a bone flute (fig. 9) attests to a ceremonial use of the building, as does the presence of personal ornaments, including a wooden bead and two metal pendants (figs.
A brief history of negation by J.L. Speranza a, Laurence R. Horn