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Index
Page numbers in italics refer to figures.
Acuytapra (Acoitapia), 37–38
agriculture, 45, 47, 53, 67–75, 82,
134, 215 n. 22, 216–17 n. 31, 217
n. 36, 217 n. 38; rituals related to,
61, 69, 92–93
ancestors, 2, 19, 42, 54, 64, 133, 147,
183 nn. 21–22, 187 n. 70, 199 n. 70,
215 n. 20; inner- or underworld
associated with, 27–28, 34, 89–90,
124; rocks associated with, 6–7,
28, 34, 41, 44–45, 89–91, 123–24,
202–3 n. 91, 230–31 n. 69
ancestral cadavers. See mallki
aniconicity and anicons, 182–83
n. 18; in Inka visual culture, 10, 22,
62, 163, 168–69, 172, 177
Anti, 71–72, 104, 109, 214–15 nn. 15–
16, 215 n. 22, 217 nn. 32–33
apachita (apacheta), 56–61, 96–97,
99, 102
apparitions and visitations, 152; of
Christ, 155; of uFos, 159. See also
Mary, Saint; Santiago (Saint James
the Greater)
Apucara, 123
architecture: European (including
Spanish), 80, 151, 219–20 n. 60;
Inka, 16–18, 21, 27, 29, 67, 69–76,
79, 81–82, 85, 88–90, 93–94, 105,
108–12, 115, 118, 123, 130, 147, 150,
218 n. 43, 219 n. 51, 220 n. 62, 221
n. 80, 225 n. 17, 226 n. 18, 226–27
n. 24, 227 n. 28, 228 n. 44, 229
n. 49, 229 n. 56, 251 n. 77. See also
built environment of the Inka state
argoi lithoi, 6
Aristotle, 8, 14
art, 20, 118, 166, 168–69, 179 n. 2,
184 n. 32, 184 n. 41, 186 n. 48, 186
n. 53, 252 n. 85; Inka rockwork as,
1, 9–14, 167, 171, 229 n. 56
art history, 20, 40, 186 n. 50, 252
n. 85
Atawalpa (Atahualpa), 44, 133, 138–
39, 144, 182 n. 15, 188–89 n. 1, 198
n. 60, 198 n. 62, 199–200 n. 70,
235 n. 120, 235–36 n. 121, 237–38
n. 135, 239 n. 142, 239 n. 144
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