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Reading: Inca Volcanic Stone Provenance in the Cuzco Province, Peru

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Inca Volcanic Stone Provenance in the Cuzco Province, Peru

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Patrick N. Hunt

Abstract

The use of andesite and basalt as architectual ashlars by Inca stonemasons has been widely discussed throughout the literature. Most of these archaeological or architectural studies are in agreement that that primary Inca quarrying centers in the Cuzco area are in the Rio Huatanay valley at Rumiqolqa and Huaccoto, both to the southeast of Cuzco.
Keywords: Andesite basalt quarrying 
How to Cite: Hunt, P.N., (1990). Inca Volcanic Stone Provenance in the Cuzco Province, Peru. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology. 1, pp.24–36. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pia.361
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Published on 15 Nov 1990.
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