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The varied patterns of cranial vault modification and differential distribution of foreign goods between the two cemeteries investigated here suggest local variability in the adoption of Tiwanaku culture
in a way that strongly patterns with cemetery membership.
Four centuries before comparable Incan operations, Bolivia's Tiwanaku culture
probably launched silver mining at Cerro Rico and the large-scale smelting of silver ore, say Mark B.
had a profound impact on various surrounding populations, including San Pedro de Atacama in Northern Chile (Bermann 1997; Browman 1980; Kolata 1993; Neves et al.