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This essay ties the return of a pre-Columbian metal disk from the Smithsonian Institution to Peru in 2021 to the sacking of the Inca's principal residence of the sun in Cusco, known as Coricancha, in 1533. The disk's legendary (and un-substantiated) provenance from Cusco is analyzed in light of...
The pre-Hispanic iconography of the Andes around violence, death, and fertility has been associated with sacred animals of various types and meanings whose rites persist to the present time. In Tiwanaku (590-1150 AD) the condor assumes these aspects within the theme that we call Tiwanaku...
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