Chronology, mound-building and environment at Huaca Prieta, coastal Peru, from 13 700 to 4000 years ago
- Dillehay, Tom D. - Bonavia, Duccio - Goodbred, Steven - Pino, Mario - Vasquez, Victor - Rosales Tham, Teresa - Conklin, William - Splitstoser, Jeff - Piperno, Dolores - Iriarte, Jose - Grobman, Alexander - Levi Lazzaris, Gerson - Moreira, Daniel - Lopez, Marilaura - Tung, Tiffiny - Titelbaum, Anne - Verano, John - Adovasio, James - Cummings, Linda Scott - Bearez, Phillipe - Dufour, Elise - Tombret, Olivier - Ramirez, Michael - Beavins, Rachel - DeSantis, Larisa - Rey, Isabel - Mink, Philip - Maggard, Greg - Franco, Teresa
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- Peru - Holocene - ritual mound - horticulture
- Migración Web of Science 
- Renewed in-depth multi-disciplinary investigation of a large coastal mound settlement in Peru has extended the occupation back more than 7000 years to a first human exploitation similar to 13 720 BR Research by the authors has chronicled the prehistoric sequence from the activities of the first maritime foragers to the construction of the black mound and the introduction of horticulture and monumentality. The community of Huaca Prieta emerges as innovative, complex and ritualised, as yet with no antecedents.