2020
DOI: 10.23854/autoc.v4i1.124
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Abstract: Actualmente existe un intenso debate acerca del rescate de la cultura mochica, del proceso de construcción de una identidad colectiva muchik y de su auto-reconocimiento por parte de la población de Lambayeque (Perú). En las últimas décadas, por un lado, se ha dado un discurso identitario promovido por los arqueólogos más prestigiosos junto a las élites comerciales y políticas lambayecanas, y por otro, un discurso defendido por antropólogos y dirigentes locales. El objetivo de esta investigación, a través de un… Show more

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“…A most remarkable achievement is the archaeological discovery of a numeral list of a hitherto unknown language in the ruins of a colonial church at Magdalena de Cao that can likely be identified as a sample of the Quingnam language, for which no dedicated documentation had been available before (Quilter et al., 2010). Mochica, the best documented of the coastal languages, has received the most attention (e.g., Barrera Virhuez‐Eloranta, 2020; Hovdhaugen, 2004; Urban, 2019a), and there are revitalization efforts (Expósito Martín, 2020) for which pedagogical materials have been prepared (e.g., Chero Zurita et al., 2012; Chero Zurita & Peralta Vallejos, 2017).…”
Section: Relationships Due To Common Descentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A most remarkable achievement is the archaeological discovery of a numeral list of a hitherto unknown language in the ruins of a colonial church at Magdalena de Cao that can likely be identified as a sample of the Quingnam language, for which no dedicated documentation had been available before (Quilter et al., 2010). Mochica, the best documented of the coastal languages, has received the most attention (e.g., Barrera Virhuez‐Eloranta, 2020; Hovdhaugen, 2004; Urban, 2019a), and there are revitalization efforts (Expósito Martín, 2020) for which pedagogical materials have been prepared (e.g., Chero Zurita et al., 2012; Chero Zurita & Peralta Vallejos, 2017).…”
Section: Relationships Due To Common Descentmentioning
confidence: 99%