- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- A Note on the Spelling of Terms in Indigenous Languages
- 1 Introduction: Archaeology, Linguistics, and the Andean Past: A Much-Needed Conversation
- 2 Archaeology and Language in the Andes: Some General Models of Change
- 3 Broadening Our Horizons: Towards an Interdisciplinary Prehistory of the Andes
- 4 Modelling the Quechua‐Aymara Relationship: Structural Features, Sociolinguistic Scenarios, and Possible Archaeological Evidence
- 5 On the Origins of Social Complexity in the Central Andes and Possible Linguistic Correlations
- 6 Central Andean Language Expansion and the Chavín Sphere of Interaction
- 7 The First Millennium AD in North-Central Peru: Critical Perspectives on a Linguistic Prehistory
- 8 Cajamarca Quechua and the Expansion of the Huari State
- 9 Middle Horizon Imperialism and the Prehistoric Dispersal of Andean Languages
- 10 Indicators of Possible Driving Forces for the Spread of Quechua and Aymara Reflected in the Archaeology of Cuzco
- 11 Unravelling the Enigma of the ‘Particular Language’ of the Incas
- 12 Accounting for the Spread of Quechua and Aymara between Cuzco and Lake Titicaca
- 13 The Herder–Cultivator Relationship as a Paradigm for Archaeological Origins, Linguistic Dispersals, and the Evolution of Record-Keeping in the Andes
- 14 How did Quechua Reach Ecuador?
- 15 Quechua’s Southern Boundary: The Case of Santiago del Estero, Argentina
- 16 Conclusion: A Cross-Disciplinary Prehistory for the Andes? Surveying the State of the Art
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