Publication of the book about Machupicchu with contributions of CEAC collaborators


NOTE FOR PRESS Nº 003 – 2021

Publicate por la Dirección de Cultura de Cusco



A virtual act informed that on Thursday, January 21, at 7:00 p.m., la Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura de Cusco was presented the book entitled "Machupicchu Investigaciones Interdisciplinaria" which consists of two volumes, including the information about results of the scientific investigations that were carried on the National Archaeological Park of Machupicchu. The book includes published and unpublished articles, regarding the llaqta Inka.

The book was presented by Minister of Culture, Dr. Alejandro Neyra Sánchez and distinguished scholars and researchers of Peruvian culture were participated such as Dr. Sonia Guillén Oneeglio, Dr. Luis Lumbreras Salcedo and Dr. Luis Millones. "This book includes articles by prominent national and foreign researchers such as Johan Reinhard, Luis Guillermo Lumbreras, Federico Kauffmann, Fernando Astete, John Verano, Kenneth Wright, Alfredo Valencia, Richard Burger Luis Millones, among others," said the director of Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura de Cusco, Fredy Escobar.

The publication of the book at the end of December 2020 was possible thanks to the support and management of the Ministry of Culture, Peru. The two volumes of the book, which total approximately one thousand pages, present also a relationship with the basic descriptions and photographs of the archaeological monuments in the area of the Historic Sanctuary of Machupicchu and a map with their location.

The editors of "Machupicchu Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias" are Fernando Astete Victoria and José Bastante, former and current Chief of the National Archaeological Park of Machupicchu, respectively. The presentation of the book was broadcast through the YouTube Live platform and through the Facebook page of la Dirección Desconcentrada de Cultura de Cusco.

Cusco, Monday, 18 January 2021.


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