The Devil and Maria Picha Picha at San Antonio de Lipez

A 'pachakuti' in the colonial past of a mining area

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationKay Pacha
Subtitle of host publicationCultivating earth and water in the Andes
EditorsPenelope Dransart
Place of PublicationOxford, United Kingdom
PublisherArchaeopress
Pages47-54
ISBN (Print)1841719137, 978-1841719139
Publication statusPublished - 15 Mar 2006

Publication series

NameBritish Archaeological Reports International Series
PublisherArchaeopress
Number1478

Keywords

  • Andes
  • ethnohistory
  • oral traditions

Cite this

Bolton, M. (2006). The Devil and Maria Picha Picha at San Antonio de Lipez: A 'pachakuti' in the colonial past of a mining area. In P. Dransart (Ed.), Kay Pacha: Cultivating earth and water in the Andes (pp. 47-54). (British Archaeological Reports International Series; No. 1478). Oxford, United Kingdom: Archaeopress.

The Devil and Maria Picha Picha at San Antonio de Lipez : A 'pachakuti' in the colonial past of a mining area. / Bolton, Maggie.

Kay Pacha: Cultivating earth and water in the Andes. ed. / Penelope Dransart. Oxford, United Kingdom : Archaeopress, 2006. p. 47-54 (British Archaeological Reports International Series; No. 1478).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Bolton, M 2006, The Devil and Maria Picha Picha at San Antonio de Lipez: A 'pachakuti' in the colonial past of a mining area. in P Dransart (ed.), Kay Pacha: Cultivating earth and water in the Andes. British Archaeological Reports International Series, no. 1478, Archaeopress, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 47-54.
Bolton M. The Devil and Maria Picha Picha at San Antonio de Lipez: A 'pachakuti' in the colonial past of a mining area. In Dransart P, editor, Kay Pacha: Cultivating earth and water in the Andes. Oxford, United Kingdom: Archaeopress. 2006. p. 47-54. (British Archaeological Reports International Series; 1478).
Bolton, Maggie. / The Devil and Maria Picha Picha at San Antonio de Lipez : A 'pachakuti' in the colonial past of a mining area. Kay Pacha: Cultivating earth and water in the Andes. editor / Penelope Dransart. Oxford, United Kingdom : Archaeopress, 2006. pp. 47-54 (British Archaeological Reports International Series; 1478).
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