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University Press of Florida, 2015. — 312 p. Pottery sherds are the most abundant artifacts recovered from ancient Maya sites. Analyzed correctly, they reveal much about artistic expression, religious ritual, economic systems, cooking traditions, and cultural exchange in Maya society. Today, nearly every Maya archaeologist uses the type-variety classificatory framework for studying...
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University of Texas Press, 2016. — 219 p. The prehistoric hunter-gatherers of the Lower Pecos Canyonlands of Texas and Coahuila, Mexico, created some of the most spectacularly complex, colorful, extensive, and enduring rock art of the ancient world. Perhaps the greatest of these masterpieces is the White Shaman mural, an intricate painting that spans some twenty-six feet in...
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New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004. — 96 p. — ISBN 1-58839-133-7 (pbk.), ISBN 0-300-10488-X (Yale University Press). Catalogue to an exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from Oct. 19, 2004 to Apr. 3, 2005.
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Monograph. — Oxford: Archaeopress, 2013. — 97 p. — (BAR International Series 2488; Paris Monographs in American Archaeology 30). Olmeca-Xicallanca, ‘People from the Land of Rubber, People from the Land of Canoes’ – the Nahuatl name of these ethnic groups invokes the hot, alluvial coastal plains of Veracruz, Tabasco, and Campeche (Mexico). For almost a century studying the...
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Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1987. — 533 p. — (The Civilization of the American Indian series; v. 144). — ISBN 0-8061-2071-1. The Toltecs, a Postclassic people of Central Mexico, flourished from about A.D. 900 to A.D. 1179, succeeding the Teotihuacan culture and preceding the Aztec or Mexica culture. Drawing upon archaeological records and upon the documentary...
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The University of Utah Press, 2016. — 307 p. — ISBN 0-87480-655-0. Edited by Michael S. Foster and Shirley Gorenstein Archaeology Mesoamerican studies, as they are still practiced today, are framed by the Spanish colonial intrusion into Mexico from the east, and subsequent involvement with the Aztec Empire. "Greater Mesoamerica" expands the definition of "Mesoamerica" beyond the...
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University Press of Florida, 2017. — 544 p. The emergence of complex society in the Maya lowlands during the first millennium BCE involved a confluence of factors including the adoption of staple maize as a major source of food, the establishment of stable sedentary communities focused on public centers, and ultimately the birth of the institution of divine kingship harnessed to a...
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University Press of Florida, 2003. — 448 p. Over half a century ago, the late Gordon Willey began his research in the Belize Valley, and ten years later he published a synthesis of his data that is recognized today as a classic study of ancient Maya settlement patterns. This new volume looks at the abundant research that has taken place in the region since the 1950s (and includes...
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University Press of Colorado, 2014. — 272 p. Focusing on marriage figurines - double human figurines that represent relations formed through social alliances - Hendon, Joyce, and Lopiparo examine the material relations created in Honduras between AD 500 and 1000, a period of time when a network of social houses linked settlements of a variety of sizes in the region. The authors...
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Westview Press, 2001. — 292 p. The two volumes of Royal Courts of the Ancient Maya provide current archaeological perspectives on Maya courts conceived as vital, functioning social groups composed of lords, courtiers, scribes, priests, and entertainers, among many others. In addition to archaeological data on the architecture and other spatial attributes of courts, the studies in...
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Westview Press, 2001. — 432 p. The two volumes of Royal Courts of the Ancient Maya provide current archaeological perspectives on Maya courts conceived as vital, functioning social groups composed of lords, courtiers, scribes, priests, and entertainers, among many others. In addition to archaeological data on the architecture and other spatial attributes of courts, the studies in...
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Brill, 2017. — 396 p. In Painted Pottery of Honduras Rosemary Joyce describes the development of the Ulua Polychrome tradition in Honduras from the fifth to sixteenth centuries AD, and critically examines archaeological research on these objects that began in the nineteenth century. Previously treated as a marginal product of Classic Maya society, this study shows that Ulua...
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University of Alabama Press, 1992. — 352 p. The prehistoric agricultural systems of the New World provided the foundations for a diverse set of complex social developments ranging from the puebloan societies of the American Southwest to the archaic state polities of Mesoamerica and the Andean region. From the tropical forests of Central America to the arid environments or northern...
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Westview Press, 2001 - 410 p. ISBN10: 0813337321 ISBN13: 9780813337326 (eng) From the early cities in the second millennium BC to the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan on the eve of the Spanish conquest, Ancient Mesoamericans created landscapes full of meaning and power in the center of their urban spaces. The sixteenth century description of Tenochtitlan by Bernal Diaz del...
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University of Texas Press, 2009. - 152 p. El Tajin, an ancient Mesoamerican capital in Veracruz, Mexico, has long been admired for its stunning pyramids and ballcourts decorated with extensive sculptural programs. Yet the city's singularity as the only center in the region with such a wealth of sculpture and fine architecture has hindered attempts to place it more firmly in...
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Oxford University Press, 2006. — 49 p. Buried beneath modern Mexico City lie the remnants of a nearly 700-year old city that the Spanish conqueror Hernan Cortes described as the most beautiful in the world. During the time of the Aztecs, Tenochtitlan was located in the middle of a shining blue lake and was home to more than 200,000 people. Tenochtitlan was bigger, cleaner, and...
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AltaMira Press, 2007. — 320 p. Palenque is one of the best known and oldest Mayan archaeological sites. But recently little has been published on the ongoing work here. Marken's collection brings the archaeological record of Palenque up to date. Chapters cover a wide range of topics from architecture to hieroglyphic texts, from broad issues of chronology to settlement to...
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Routledge, 2003. — 208 p. Examining a wide range of archaeological data, and using it to explore issues such as the sexual body, mind/body dualism, body modification, and magical practices, Lynn Meskell and Rosemary Joyce offer a new approach to the Ancient Egyptian and Mayan understanding of embodiment. Drawing on insights from feminist theory, art history, phenomenology,...
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Oxford University Press, 2012. — 1000 p. The Oxford Handbook of Mesoamerican Archaeology provides a current and comprehensive guide to the recent and on-going archaeology of Mesoamerica. Though the emphasis is on prehispanic societies, this Handbook also includes coverage of important new work by archaeologists on the Colonial and Republican periods. Unique among recent works, the...
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Cambridge University Press, 2011. — 288 p. In this book, Alexander Parmington combines an examination of space, access control and sculptural themes and placement, to propose how images and texts controlled movement in Classic Maya cities. Using Palenque as a case study, this book analyzes specific building groups and sculptures to provide insight into the hierarchical...
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Los Angeles: The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, 2002. — 141 p. — (Monograph 46). — ISBN 1-931745-00-5. Although the concepts and patterns of ritual varied through time in relation to general sociopolitical transformations and local historical circumstances in ancient Mesoamerica, most archaeologists would agree that certain underlying themes and structures modeled the...
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Cambridge University Press, 2009 - 396 p. Product Description: Mesoamerica is one of a several cradles of civilization in the world. In this book, Robert M. Rosenswig proposes that we understand Early Formative Mesoamerica as an archipelago of complex societies that interacted with one another over long distances and that were separated by less sedentary peoples. These early...
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University of Texas Press, 2015. — 336 p. From the tombs of the elite to the graves of commoners, mortuary remains offer rich insights into Classic Maya society. In Mortuary Landscapes of the Classic Maya: Rituals of Body and Soul , the anthropological archaeologist and bioarchaeologist Andrew K. Scherer explores the broad range of burial practices among the Maya of the Classic...
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University of Texas Press, 2015. — 336 p. From the tombs of the elite to the graves of commoners, mortuary remains offer rich insights into Classic Maya society. In Mortuary Landscapes of the Classic Maya: Rituals of Body and Soul , the anthropological archaeologist and bioarchaeologist Andrew K. Scherer explores the broad range of burial practices among the Maya of the Classic...
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University of New Mexico Press, 2015. — 344 p. In recent years the Cochuah region, the ancient breadbasket of the north-central Yucatecan lowlands, has been documented and analyzed by a number of archaeologists and cultural anthropologists. This book, the first major collection of data from those investigations, presents and analyzes findings on more than eighty sites and puts...
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University of Arizona Press, 2005. — 308 p. Mexico’s southern state of Quintana Roo is often perceived by archaeologists as a blank spot on the map of the Maya world, a region generally assumed to hold little of interest thanks to its relative isolation from the rest of Mexico. But salvage archaeology required by recent development along the “Maya Riviera,” along with a suite of...
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Springer, 2010. - 691 p. The significance of food and feasting to Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures has been extensively studied by archaeologists, anthropologists and art historians. Foodways studies have been critical to our understanding of early agriculture, political economies, and the domestication and management of plants and animals. Scholars from diverse fields have...
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New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005. — 302 p. Teotihuacan was one of the earliest and more populous pre-Columbian cities, and the Feathered Serpent was its vital monument, erected circa AD 200. This work explores the religious meanings and political implications of the pyramid with meticulous and thorough analyses of substantially new excavation data. Challenging the...
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University of Texas Press, 2012. - 339 p. Recently, scholars of Olmec visual culture have identified symbols for umbilical cords, bundles, and cave-wombs, as well as a significant number of women portrayed on monuments and as figurines. In this groundbreaking study, Carolyn Tate demonstrates that these subjects were part of a major emphasis on gestational imagery in Formative...
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Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 2004. - 246 p. Olmec art held a special place in the heart of Robert Woods Bliss, who built the collection now housed at Dumbarton Oaks and who, with his wife, Mildred, conveyed the gardens, grounds, buildings, library, and collections to Harvard University. The first object he purchased, in 1912, was an Olmec statuette (Pl. 8);...
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University of Arizona Press, 2017. — 342 p. This volume illuminates human lifeways in the northern Maya lowlands prior to the rise of Chichén Itzá. This period and area have been poorly understood on their own terms, obscured by scholarly focus on the central lowland Maya kingdoms. Before Kukulkán is anchored in three decades of interdisciplinary research at the Classic Maya...
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Springer, 2014. - 269 p. - (Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology 7) The artificial shaping of the skull vault of infants expresses fundamental aspects of crafted beauty, of identity, status and gender in a way no other body practice does. Combining different sources of information, this volume contributes new interpretations on Mesoamerican head shaping traditions....
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University of Texas Press, 2006. - 257 p. The Olmec who anciently inhabited Mexico's southern Gulf Coast organized their once-egalitarian society into chiefdoms during the Formative period (1400 BC to AD 300). This increase in political complexity coincided with the development of village agriculture, which has led scholars to theorize that agricultural surpluses gave aspiring...
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University Press of Colorado, 2006-2012. — 2210 p. This complete set of reports from the Carnegie Institution's Maya program collects in one thematically and regionally organized volume hundreds of documents from a foundational New World archaeological project. The Carnegie Institution of Washington sponsored archaeological, ethnographic, linguistic, and historical investigations...
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Springer, 2014. — 292 p. The Bioarchaeology of Space and Place investigates variations in social identity among the ancient Maya by focusing on individuals and small groups identified archaeologically by their inclusion in specific, discrete mortuary contexts or by unusual mortuary treatments. Utilizing archaeological, biological and taphonomic data from these contexts, the...
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Jagiellonian University Press, 2008. — 268 p. The Terminal Classic (dated ca. 9th-10th centuries AD) was a period of profound changes for the Maya civilisation which developed in the area of southeastern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize as well as western Honduras and Salvador. It is characterised by the collapse and depopulation of the ma jority of cities located in the so-called...
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М.: Наука, 1992. — 168 с. — ISBN 5-02-010088-9 Данная книга - первое в советской исторической литературе обобщающее исследование по древним культурам малых стран Центральной Америки - Сальвадора, Гондураса, Никарагуа и Коста-Рики - от эпохи первоначального заселения первобытным человеком указанного региона (20-10 тыс. лет до н.э.) до испанского завоевания в XVI в. Работа основана...
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Монография. — М.: Научный мир, 2000. — 248 с. SBN 5-89176-074-6. Работа посвящена художественным изделиям из камня, созданным коренными обитателями Центральной Америки в доколумбову эпоху. Про­изведения мелкой пластики, выполненные из камней зеленых оттенков, представлявших основную ценность аборигенов, монументальные и порта­тивные изваяния, зернотерки и сидения, навершия...
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Издательство не указано. 1996. Период, охватываемый книгой, занимает почти 10 000 лет, от появления первых людей в долине Оахака в конце ледникового периода и до сложения одной из мировых автохтонных цивилизаций – сапотекской цивилизации, сильного архаичного государства с населением более 100 000 человек, современниками которого были Теотиуакан и классическая цивилизация майя.
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Учебное пособие. — Новосибирск: ИАЭт СО РАН, 2005. — 144 с. В книге рассказывается об истории открытия и исследованиях одной из самых древних и загадочных культур доколумбовой Мезоамерики - ольмекской культуры. Дается характеристика наиболее крупных ольмекских центров (Сан-Лоренсо, Ла-Венты, Трес-Сапотес), рассматриваются проблемы интерпретации ольмекского искусства и религиозной...
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Новосибирск: Институт археологии и этнографии СО РАН, 2005. — 214 с. В книге рассказывается об истории открытия и исследованиях одной из самых древних и загадочных культур доколумбовой Мезоамерики – ольмекской культуры. Дается характеристика наиболее крупных ольмекских центров (Сан-Лоренсо, Ла-Венты, Трес-Сапотес), рассматриваются проблемы интерпретации ольмекского искусства и...
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Новосибирск: Институт археологии и этнографии СО РАН, 2005. – 214 с. В книге рассказывается об истории открытия и исследованиях одной из самых древних и загадочных культур доколумбовой Мезоамерики – ольмекской культуры. Дается характеристика наиболее крупных ольмекских центров (Сан-Лоренсо, Ла-Венты, Трес-Сапотес), рассматриваются проблемы интерпретации ольмекского искусства и...
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