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Southeast Inka FrontiersBoundaries and Interactions$
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Sonia Alconini

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780813062914

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813062914.001.0001

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Ancient Imperial Frontiers and the Inka

Ancient Imperial Frontiers and the Inka

(p.4) 1 Ancient Imperial Frontiers and the Inka
Southeast Inka Frontiers

Sonia Alconini

University Press of Florida

This chapter explores how current perceptions of the nature of ancient imperial frontiers differ. It also includes a brief theoretical overview of the different kinds of ancient imperial frontiers across a spectrum of possibilities. This chapter is valuable for those scholars studying ancient imperialism, the associated frontier socioeconomic processes, and the importance of frontier studies in the study of ancient empires in the Old and New Worlds.

Keywords:   Ancient frontiers, Imperialism, Socioeconomic processes, Empires

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