Monolog drzewa huarango. Rozwój kultury Nazca w perspektywie bioarcheologicznej

  1. Jakub Wanot ORCiD: 0000-0001-8930-2934

Abstract

Huarango tree monologue: Nazca culture development in the bioarchological perspective

Presented article provides a multi-faceted study of the factors that have led to the emergence, development and disappearance of the well-known early intermediate period Nazca culture. Obtained results clearly indicate that the cause of this complex and long-lasting civilization changes of an evolutionary nature were largely the environmental impact and climate changes at the turn of early intermediate period and middle horizon resulting from both external factors (effects of the Super ENSO) and human activity, such as the huarango copses deforestation. In this context, it is worth emphasizing the importance of widely understood paleoecological analyzes and bioarchaeological studies that are part of the so-called environmental archaeology — transdisciplinary research conducted in close cooperation with specialists from various scientific disciplines.

 

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Prace Kulturoznawcze

22, 2018, nr 1—2

Pages from 201 to 215

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