Alana Kathleen Cordy-Collins was Professor of Anthropology at the University of San Diego. She was an archaeologist whose primary specialization was Peruvian prehistory.
About Alana Cordy-Collins
Archaeologist specializing in Peruvian history. He has excavated several historically-important tombs including the Royal Tombs of Sipan in 1987.
Alana Cordy-Collins Before Fame
She received her bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and Ph.D. at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Achievement of Alana Cordy-Collins
She excavated the Dos Cabezas pyramid, which revealed mummified "giants" who stood over 6 feet tall, almost a foot taller than typical Moche.
Alana Cordy-Collins Family Life
Her cousin, Ross Cordy, is an anthropologist.
Associations of Alana Cordy-Collins
She and Robert Braidwood are both important archaeologists.
Information related to Alana Cordy-Collins
- Pre-Columbian scholars
- American women anthropologists
- Women archaeologists
- American archaeologists