Architectural Practice Exam II. Meso America and Ancient Peru. Procedures. Identify the architectural structure or monument by place and associated culture. In some cases you will be asked to identify an artifactural typology or feature by its affiliated culture. Tiwanaku, Peru.
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Architectural Practice Exam II
Meso America and Ancient Peru
Tiwanaku, Peru. Kalassaya Gateway. Ponce monolith
Tiwanaku. Monolithic statue.
Chimu, Chan Chan. Peru (coastal)
Chimu culture at Chan Chan. Monolithic sculptures of warriors
Chavin de Huantar, Peru
Tiwanaku. Block construction.
Tiwanaku. Monolithic Portal.
Chimu, Chan Chan
Temple of the Sun, Teotihuacán, Mexico
Essential construction detail: Talud tablero style
Feathered Serpent God
Huaca del Sol, Moche pyramid, Moche Valley, northern Peru
Huaca del Sol, Moche. Adobe construction.
Machu Pichu. Peru, Inca.
Moray terraces, Inca, Peru
Piscu mountain fortress, Inca. Peru
Inca cyclopean stone construction.
Inca stone work.
Nazca. Geoglyph. Southern Peru.
Identify the associated culture
Chavin de Huatar
Choc Mool. Toltec/ Aztec/ Post-classic Maya
Tripod vase, Teotihuacán
Maya Puuc style façade.
(Uxmal) “The Nunnery”