La misión franco-boliviana «Paleoambiente y Arqueología del río Guaquira-Tiwanaku (Bolivia)»: un estudio multidisciplinario de las interacciones entre las sociedades antiguas y el medioambiente

Abstract : The Franco-Bolivian Mission “Palaeoenvironment and Archaeology of the Guaquira –Tiwanaku River” tries to restore the evolution of the landscape in contact with one of the most emblematic cultures of the Andes. The Tiwanakota culture developed on the shores of Lake Titicaca at the end of the second millennium BC and disappears between 1100 and 1200 AD following a drought that would have affected the entire Altiplano. In this essay we present the methodology and the work in progress. It is designed to allow scholars to better understand the interactions between the Tiwanakota culture and the immediate environment surrounding the monumental archaeological site.
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Marc-Antoine Vella, Sofía Sejas, Karen Lucero Mamani, Luis Alejandro Rodríguez, Ramiro Bello Gómez, et al.. La misión franco-boliviana «Paleoambiente y Arqueología del río Guaquira-Tiwanaku (Bolivia)»: un estudio multidisciplinario de las interacciones entre las sociedades antiguas y el medioambiente. Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Etudes Andines, Institut Français d'Etudes Andines (IFEA), 2018, 47 (2), pp.169-193. ⟨hal-02122473⟩

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