Vol. 30 / No. 3

By: Clark L. Erickson

Raised Field Agriculture in the Lake Titicaca Basin: Putting Ancient Agriculture Back to Work

The remains of an extensive ancient agricultural system built and used by Andean peoples centuries ago are found throughout the […]

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Vol. 43 / No. 1

By: Clark L. Erickson

Precolumbian Fish Farming in the Amazon: Research Notes

Popular images associated with the Amazon today include the towering continuous green forest canopy, Day-Glo poison dart frogs, and native […]

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Vol. 43 / No. 2

By: Clark L. Erickson

Pre-Columbian Roads of the Amazon

Traditionally, archaeologists have studied “sites.” Sites include monuments, settle¬≠ments, cities, cemeteries, mounds, and other important places of the past. The […]

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