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Alicia Espinosa is a postdoctoral researcher at ArchAm (UMR 8096 CNRS). She obtained her doctorate in archaeology in 2020 from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne, and held the position of temporary professor in Andean archaeology there between 2019 and 2021. Her research focuses on pre-Hispanic ceramic technologies from the north coast of Peru, leading her to collaborate with numerous research projects, universities and museums in Peru, North America and Europe.
This volume documents the Virú-Gallinazo and Mochica pottery traditions to understand both their origins, filiations, and contacts, studying the modes of manufacture of archaeological ceramics discovered at more than nine sites in the region, preserved at the Ministry of Culture of Peru and various Peruvian, French and American museums. READ MORE
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