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Chan Chan en 19202018 Boletín de Lima 39 (191): 39-136
  • Editors
*H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0253-0015
Exploitation of malacological resources associated with a context of storage in Chan Chan, Peru2016 Anales de antropología 50 (1): 112-33
  • Denis E. Correa Trigoso
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
Big eared mouse (Phyllotis Sp.) in a storage context at Chan Chan2015 Anales de antropología 49 (1): 261-79
  • Denis E. Correa Trigoso
  • José Luís Dávalos García
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
Studies and projects for the creation of the Archaeological Park of Chan Chan2011 Thule 30/31: 139-72
  • Francesca Colosi
  • Roberto Orazi
H6/KUL [THULE-]1126-8611in monographic issue 'Sguardi italiani sulle Ande peruviane. La ricerca italiana sulle Ande del Perù tra archeologia, storia, antropologia e scienze sociali'; English, French, Portuguese and Italian summaries
Building Chan Chan: a project management perspective2011 Latin American antiquity 22 (1): 27-63
  • Richard L. Smailes
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
La vida en Chan Chan: representación y comunicación2008 Revista del Museo de Arqueologia Antropologi e Historia 10: 11-22
  • Cristóbal Campana Delgado
H6/KUL [TRUJILLO-]
Mineral pigments at Huaca Tacaynamo (Chan Chan, Peru)2008 Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Etudes andines 37 (3): 441-50
  • Héctor Suárez
  • John C. Jackson
  • John P. McGeehin
  • Víctor Piminchumo
  • William E. Brooks
H6/KUL [INSTITUT-]0303-7495Spanish and French summaries
Coal and cremation at the Tschudi burn, Chan Chan, northern Peru2008 Archaeometry 50 (3): 495-515
  • C. Galvez Mora
  • D.G. Hood
  • J.C. Jackson
  • J.P. McGeehin
  • W.E. Brooks
H6/KE [ARCHAEOMETRY-]0003-813X
From stewards to bureaucrats: architecture and information flow at Chan Chan, Peru2003 Latin American antiquity 14 (3): 243-74
  • John R. Topic
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
Pattern and meaning in prehistoric Peruvian architecture: the architecture of social control in the Chimu State1992 Latin American antiquity 3 (2): 95-113
  • J D Moore
*H6/KE [LATIN-]Spanish summary