Scale and the Incas
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CitationHamilton, Andrew James. 2014. Scale and the Incas. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractThis dissertation studies the concept of scale in the worldview of the Inca civilization, and was precipitated by the countless "miniature" objects made throughout the Pre-Columbian Andean world. Often relegated to the background of scholarship, scaled objects are not well understood and have exerted little influence on the academic understandings of the Incas.
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