The Sacred Landscape of the Inca
The Cusco Ceque System

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The ceque system of Cusco, the ancient capital of the Inca empire, was perhaps the most complex indigenous ritual system in the pre-Columbian Americas. From a center known as the Coricancha (Golden Enclosure) or the Temple of the Sun, a system of 328 huacas (shrines) arranged along 42 ceques (lines) radiated out toward the mountains surrounding the city. This elaborate network, maintained by ayllus (kin groups) that made offerings to the shrines in their area, organized the city both temporally and spiritually. From 1990 to 1995, Brian Bauer directed a major project to document the ceque system of Cusco. In this book, he synthesizes extensive archaeological survey work with archival research into the Inca social groups of the Cusco region, their land holdings, and the positions of the shrines to offer a comprehensive, empirical description of the ceque system. Moving well beyond previous interpretations, Bauer constructs a convincing model of the system's physical form and its relation to the social, political, and territorial organization of Cusco.

AuthorBrian S. Bauer
Height1102 mm
Length850 mm
Width55 mm
Weight136 g
Language TypePublished
Number Of Items1
Number Of Pages263
Package Quantity1
Product GroupBook
Publication Date2011-03-01
PublisherUniversity of Texas Press
StudioUniversity of Texas Press

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