Jeffrey Quilter

Jeffrey Quilter is a New World archaeologist with expertise in Peru. He is past Director of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, and of Pre-Columbian Studies at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. This is his sixth book on Peruvian archaeology.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Magdalena de Cao: An Early Colonial Town on the North Coast of PeruMagdalena de Cao: An Early Colonial Town on the North Coast of PeruQuilter, JeffreyHARDCOVER01/19/2021$75.00
Cover: The Moche of Ancient Peru: Media and MessagesThe Moche of Ancient Peru: Media and MessagesQuilter, JeffreyPAPERBACK02/28/2011$25.00
Cover: New Perspectives on Moche Political OrganizationNew Perspectives on Moche Political OrganizationQuilter, Jeffrey
Castillo B., Luis Jaime
HARDCOVER05/15/2010$45.00
Cover: El Niño, Catastrophism, and Culture Change in Ancient AmericaEl Niño, Catastrophism, and Culture Change in Ancient AmericaSandweiss, Daniel H.
Quilter, Jeffrey
HARDCOVER01/31/2009$55.00
Cover: Gardens and Cultural Change: A Pan-American PerspectiveGardens and Cultural Change: A Pan-American PerspectiveConan, Michel
Quilter, Jeffrey
PAPERBACK02/29/2008$25.00
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