The role of cranial modification in identity formation

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The role of cranial modification in identity formation

(University of Chicago Press Journals) It has long been recognized that the Inka incorporated diverse peoples into their empire, but how these ethnic groups developed historically during the political upheaval of the preceding Late Intermediate Period (LIP; AD 1100-1450) is only now receiving commensurate attention.

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