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International Archaeological Reports since 1974

COMING SOON: Yachay Wasi

The House of Knowledge of I.S. Farrington

£65.00
Editors:
Lisa A. Dunbar, Rebecca Parkes, Christine Gant-Thompson and Damian Tybussek
Publication Year:
2020
Language:
Papers in English and in Spanish with English abstracts
Paperback:
312 pages
ISBN:
9781407315102
BAR number:
S2962
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Description

Yachay Wasi celebrates the remarkable career of Ian S. Farrington in archaeological research. Due to Ian’s dedication and passion as an educator, this volume represents a wide range of topics within the disciplines of history and archaeology across three regions: Australia, Europe and South America. The disparate range of articles in this volume, ranging from Australian historical archaeology to Inka archaeology to sacred landscape archaeology in Britain, represent the principal and eclectic interests of Ian’s career: Inka archaeology; landscape archaeology; the sacred landscape; and, the intersection of history and archaeology. In this manner, this volume is a fitting tribute to the 50 year career of Ian S. Farrington, displaying the generous and warm characteristics of this steadfast teacher, mentor, and friend.

AUTHOR
Contributors: J. Roberto Bárcena, Emma Beckett, Philip Boot, Miguel Antonio Cornejo Guerrero, David Cahill, Lisa A. Dunbar, Virginia Esposito, Patrick Faulkner, Christine Gant-Thompson, Charlotte Gardner, Diego Gobbo, Ru Griffiths, Jarvis Hayman, Gail Higginbottom, Lidia Anahí Iácona, Barry McGowan, Reinaldo A. Moralejo, Diana Osborne, Rebecca Parkes, Rodolfo A. Raffino, Blanca Tovías, Damian Tybussek, Verónica I. Williams

REVIEW
‘The book values Ian Farrington’s vast and diverse work in regional archaeology from different parts of the world, and draws attention to a multidisciplinary way of working.’ Dr Francisco M. Gil García, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

‘Ritual scholars and archaeologists alike will enjoy exploring corollaries between these case studies.’ Dr Duncan Wright, Australian National University

Table of Contents (S2962_9781407315102_ToC.pdf, 169 Kb) [Download]

Preface and Introduction (S2962_9781407315102_Preface_Introduction.pdf, 292 Kb) [Download]