This paper discusses the interrelationship of settlement, community, defense, kinship, and ecology in the Lake Titicaca Basin during the Late Intermediate Period.
Rights and Access Note
The Department of Anthropology, University of Maine is the publishing institution for Andean Past. Andean Past is associated with the Northeast Conference on Andean Archaeology and Ethnohistory (NCAAE). Copyright for Andean Past resides with DigitalCommons@UMaine on behalf of the authors and editors, unless a specific portion, for example, an illustration, is noted as copyrighted by another party. Andean Past takes the “green” route to open access. Current and past issues of Andean Past are freely available to all on DigitalCommons@UMaine. Authors may re-publish or otherwise distribute their Andean Past articles, obituaries, or reports, in English, or in translation, in print, or in electronic format, provided that prior publication in Andean Past is indicated in the republication, that copyright by DigitalCommons @Umaine is acknowledged, and that the editors of Andean Past are notified of the republication. If a portion of an article is copyrighted by a third party, authors must request specific written permission from that party to republish.
"Land use, Settlement Patterns, and Collective Defense in the Titicaca Basin: The Constitution of Defensive Community,"
Andean Past: Vol. 13, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/andean_past/vol13/iss1/15