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30. ’ Narcotraficante Lola la Chata and Her Threat to Civilization, 1930–1960,” Journal of Women’s History 21, no. com/2012/09/26/a-colombian-queens-tale-the-end -and-beginning-of-griselda-blanco/. 31. Chicha is maize beer. Frucanga, or hidromiel, is the fermented mix of water and honey with some kind of fruit such as pineapple, orange, or lime. Aguardente, the Portuguese spelling of aguardiente, is rum. 32. Teshuino is a fermented beverage made from corn in the Sierra Madre region of Mexico.
For a single purpose”66—the brewing of large amounts of molle beer. 67 People outside of the colony were apparently using the molle tree for such things as construction material and fuel (molle remains are occasionally found), but they do not seem to have used the molle fruits to brew beer for their own consumption. 68 In either case, it seems that molle beer was both closely associated with the Wari colonists at Cerro Baúl and likely central to their identity. A Glass for the Gods and a Gift to My Neighbor • 33 We know that food and drink preferences have been used as identity markers in the Andes since at least the fifteenth century,69 and gastronomy was likely used in a similar manner during the Middle Horizon Period as well.
45. Hastorf, “Gender, Space, and Food in Prehistory,” 134. 46. ” 47. Hastorf, “Gender, Space, and Food in Prehistory,” 144–45. 48. , 149–51. 49. , 152. 50. , Beyond Wari Walls: Regional Perspectives on Middle Horizon Peru (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2010); Katharina J. Schreiber, “The Wari Empire of Middle Horizon Peru: The Epistemological Challenge of Documenting an Empire Without Documentary Evidence,” in Empires: Perspectives from Archaeology and History, ed. Susan E. Alcock, Terence N.