Prehispanic

GRETCHEN KRISTINE PIERCE, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE

GRETCHEN KRISTINE PIERCE, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE

Resistance to Mexico’s Anti-Alcohol Campaigns, 1910-1940,” in Alcohol in Latin America: A Social and Cultural History, ed. Gretchen Pierce and Áurea Toxqui (Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2014). Gretchen Kristine Pierce, CV, 4 Co-author, with Áurea Toxqui, “Introduction,” “Part 1 Introduction: The Prehispanic and Colonial Periods,” “Part 2 Introduction: The Long ...

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An evolutionary model explaining the Neolithic transition ...

An evolutionary model explaining the Neolithic transition ...

ded could then be appropriated by leaders to further their own ends and consolidate their power. This is particularly the case given that irrigation farmers would be tied to the system, making dispersal away from a despot difficult. Spencer [22] developed a verbal model of this for the case of irrigation systems in prehispanic Mexico, and ...

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San Agustín - icanh.gov.co

San Agustín - icanh.gov.co

Photo: Fuente de Lavapatas site. Contents Introduction 7 1 Location 9 2 The San Agustín Region Today 11 3 The Prehispanic Sequence 13 The Archaic Period 14 The Formative Period 15 The Regional Classic Period 17 The Statuary 18 The Recent Period 22 4 Main Archeological Sites 24 Las Mesitas 25 5 Other Sites in the Municipality of San Agustín 34 El Purutal-La Pelota 34 Uyumbe 34 El Tabor 36 ...

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Enzymatic activity of three wild mushrooms

Enzymatic activity of three wild mushrooms

2004). In Mexico, many species of fungi have been reported as edible and some of them are consumed since prehispanic times, it has been estimated that there are over 300 species of edible wild mushrooms. These mushrooms have ecological, cultural and economic importance for rural communities. However, in Mexico this resource has not been used at its full potential, and economic benefits are ...

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Sechium edule (Jacq.) Sw.) - pubhort.org

Sechium edule (Jacq.) Sw.) - pubhort.org

Sechium edule) are cultivated and irrigated with water from the lake. Chayote has been cultivated since prehispanic times and its cultivation has spread worldwide from its origin in southern Mexico and Central America. The fruit, when phys-iologically mature, is the main source of chayote consump-tion (Ibarra-Manríquez et al., 1998). The ...

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The Two Taríacuris and the Early Colonial and Prehispanic ...

The Two Taríacuris and the Early Colonial and Prehispanic ...

The Toltec Heritage from the Fall of Tula to the Rise of Tenochtitlan. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. Davies, Nigel. 1987. The Aztec Empire: The Toltec Resurgence. Norman: University of Okla-homa Press.

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Household Archaeology and Reconstructing Social ...

Household Archaeology and Reconstructing Social ...

Household Archaeology and Reconstructing Social Organization in Ancient Complex Societies: A Consideration of Models and Concepts Based on Study of the Prehispanic Maya Abstract Studies of the settlement pattern in the Copan Valley, Honduras, indicate that a House society model provides the best way to understand the social organization of the Late Classic period Maya. The House society model ...

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Advances in the Household Archaeology of Highland

Advances in the Household Archaeology of Highland

Keywords Household Domestic Archaeology Mexico Introduction The prehispanic households of highland Mesoamerica were as varied as the peoples and environments of this rugged landscape that comprises river valleys, lake basins, and high plateaus, separated by jagged mountains and snow-capped volcanoes. Highland Mexico was, and remains, home to the Aztec, Mixtec, Tarascans, Teotihuacanos, Toltec ...

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DAVID ATLEE PHILLIPS, JR., RPA Office Address

DAVID ATLEE PHILLIPS, JR., RPA Office Address

2006* (with Todd L. VanPool and Christine S VanPool) The Casas Grandes and Salado Phenomena: Evidence for a Religious Schism in the Greater Southwest. In Religion in the Prehispanic Southwest, edited by Christine S. VanPool, Todd L. VanPool, and David A. Phillip s, Jr., pp. 235–251. AltaMira Press, Lanham, Maryland.

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New Approaches to Old Stones - Oriental Institute

New Approaches to Old Stones - Oriental Institute

vi NEW APPROACHES TO OLD STONES 7 The Exchange of Ground Stone Tools and Vessels during the Early Bronze Age in the Southern Levant Ianir Milevski 116 8 Craft Production and the Organization of Ground Stone Technologies Katherine I. Wright 130 9 Maize-Grinding Tools in Prehispanic Central Mexico Martin Biskowski 144 II. INTERPRETING FUNCTION ...

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Design elements of the prehispanic rock-art of Lanzarote ...

Design elements of the prehispanic rock-art of Lanzarote ...

Lanzarote, Canary Islands (revision 2013).- Special Publication 3 (Institutum Canarium), Wien, 39 p. (PDF) Basing on / Basierend auf: Ulbrich 1995a (see here "Literature", p. 15) Please cite this article as follows / Zitieren Sie bitte diesen Aufsatz folgendermaßen: Keywords: Canary Islands, Lanzarote, aborigines, rock-art, symbols,

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Symbolic bones and interethnic violence in a frontier zone ...

Symbolic bones and interethnic violence in a frontier zone ...

Although extensive deposits of disarticulated, commingled human bones are common in the prehispanic Northern Frontier of Meso-america, detailed bioarchaeological analyses of them are not. To our knowledge, this article provides the first such analysis of bone from a full residential-ceremonial complex and evaluates multiple hypothe-ses about its significance, concluding that the bones actively ...

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Changing settlement patterns in the Normandy countryside

Changing settlement patterns in the Normandy countryside

25 L. SALigNy, L. NUNiNger, k. OStir, N. POirier, e. FOvet, C. gANDiNi, e. gAUthier, Z. kOk ALj, F. tOLLe with the collaboration of the ArchaeDyn team Models and tools for territorial dynamic studies 45 DUCke Benjamin, krOeFgeS Peter C. Managing complexity the simple way: examples from GIS modelling of human behaviour. 55 kOhLer timothy Agent-Based Modeling and its Application to Prehispanic ...

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THE GOURD JICARAS OF PREHISPANIC MEXICO

THE GOURD JICARAS OF PREHISPANIC MEXICO

In these chronicles with their references to northern Mexico we can appreciate the importance and multiple uses of the jicaras or xicalli. In the lands ruled by the Aztecs jicaras were similary used and were equally important. We observe in the Tribute Rol Is of the Mendocino Codex an item of 17,600 xicalli in addition to feathers, furs, cacao

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[PDF] Leyendas Prehispanicas Mexicanas/ Prehispanic ...

[PDF] Leyendas Prehispanicas Mexicanas/ Prehispanic ...

Learn Spanish Language for Beginners (Spanish Lessons, Spanish 101, Spanish Books) Animal Talk: Mexican Folk Art Animal Sounds in English and Spanish (First Concepts in Mexican Folk Art) Spanish-English English-Spanish Medical Dictionary: Diccionario Médico Español-Inglés Inglés-Español (Spanish to English/ English to Spanish Medical Dictionary) (Spanish Edition) Welcome to ...

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IMS EXPLORER - Maya Archaeology

IMS EXPLORER - Maya Archaeology

marigold flower, the girl will be extremely irritated. “These are only for Day of the Dead, I do not want to see or touch this flower from you.” Yet for thousands of years several species of marigold flowers were significant items in the diet of the Maya, and Aztec, and most of the other people of Prehispanic Mesoamerica. Since Day of the Dead is in early November, now is a good time of ...

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Ancient Cultural Contacts between Ecuador, West Mexico ...

Ancient Cultural Contacts between Ecuador, West Mexico ...

Otra informacion diversa sugiere qale hubieron persistentes contactos marltimos entre el Ecuador y el oeste de Mexico durante todo este perlodo y que continuaron hasta el siglo dieciseis. A number oftraits common to Prehispanic northern South America and West Mexico-probably the result of seaborne diffusion-have been identified by various scholars: shaft tombs and mortuary offierings (Kan et ...

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Some Historic Notes and Observations on Isla Cancún ...

Some Historic Notes and Observations on Isla Cancún ...

New College of Florida Sarasota, Florida The island of Cancún was known as "Nizuc" in early Colonial times. This may have been its original prehispanic name. It could be that Nizuc was also the name of the largest settlement on the island, which would be the combined archaeological sites of El Rey and San Miguel. The LePlongeons, who visited this site in 1877, referred to the ruins as Nizucte ...

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Some Historic Notes and Observations on Isla Cancún ...

Some Historic Notes and Observations on Isla Cancún ...

New College of Florida Sarasota, Florida The island of Cancún (see Figure 1, below) was known as "Nizuc" in early Colonial times. This may have been its original prehispanic name. Nizuc may have also been the name of the largest prehispanic settlement on the island, which would be the combined archaeological sites of El Rey and San Miguel. The LePlongeons, who visited this site in 1877 ...

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Violencia, mito y sabotaje en Cóbraselo caro, de Élmer Mendoza

Violencia, mito y sabotaje en Cóbraselo caro, de Élmer Mendoza

braselo caro is a performative effect of Pedro Páramo, implies Elmer Mendoza self sabotaje in relation to many of his narrative work. It points out also that such a self-sabotage is carried out through the use of the Prehispanic myth of the bones becoming healing stones as a path for cleaning the violence in mexican society. Palabras clave: Élmer Mendoza, crítica como sabotaje, mito ...

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Compressing History: Excavating Meaning from the Codex ...

Compressing History: Excavating Meaning from the Codex ...

(Lori Boornazian Diel, “The Mapa Quinatzin and Texcoco’s Ideal Subordinate Lords,” in Texcoco: Prehispanic and Colonial Perspectives, ed. Jongsoo Lee and Galen Brokaw (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2014), 119. 7 approximate correlation between the two representations’ geographic features. The rolling mountain range hugs the eastern edge of the valley, culminating in the great ...

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Strategies of commercialization of the fruits in the ...

Strategies of commercialization of the fruits in the ...

the tianguis have been studied because of their prehispanic origin and the complex market systems they institute, these places have been studied because they are the expression of local indigenous economies, places of social link, goods supply and articulation spaces with the economy national and global, among other reasons.

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Announcement of Winner of the 2014 “Maureen Ahern Doctoral ...

Announcement of Winner of the 2014 “Maureen Ahern Doctoral ...

In Texcoco: Prehispanic and Colonial Perspectives, edited by Jongsoo Lee and Galen Brokaw, 219-242. Boulder: University Press of Colorado. McDonough, Kelly. 2014. The Learned Ones: Nahua Intellectuals in Postconquest Mexico. First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. The Learned Ones: Nahua Intellectuals in Postconquest Mexico focuses on the ...

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PRECONQUEST HISTORY IN COLONIAL TEXCOCO

PRECONQUEST HISTORY IN COLONIAL TEXCOCO

Colonial pictorials, such as those of Texcoco. To date, most studies of the Mapa Tlotzin have been done by Prehispanic specialists. Perhaps the first to use the Mapa Tlotzin as a documentary source is Fernando de Alva Ixtlilxochitl (1985), the mestizo historian and descendant of the Texcocan rulers,

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Texcoco - Project MUSE

Texcoco - Project MUSE

Texcoco Lee, Jongsoo, Brokaw, Galen Published by University Press of Colorado Lee, Jongsoo and Galen Brokaw. Texcoco: Prehispanic and Colonial Perspectives.

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Texcoco - muse.jhu.edu

Texcoco - muse.jhu.edu

Texcoco Lee, Jongsoo, Brokaw, Galen Published by University Press of Colorado Lee, Jongsoo and Galen Brokaw. Texcoco: Prehispanic and Colonial Perspectives.

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TEXCOCO PREHISPANIC AND COLONIAL PERSPECTIVES LIBRARYDOC82 PDF

TEXCOCO PREHISPANIC AND COLONIAL PERSPECTIVES LIBRARYDOC82 PDF

texcoco prehispanic and colonial perspectives librarydoc82 is packed with valuable instructions, information and warnings. We also have many ebooks and user guide is also related with texcoco prehispanic and colonial perspectives librarydoc82 PDF, include : Ted Bundy Conversations With A Killer Librarydoc82, Test Bank Solution Manual Zone Librarydoc82, Textbook Of Endocrinology Librarydoc82 ...

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La muerte en la cosmovisión náhuatl prehispánica ...

La muerte en la cosmovisión náhuatl prehispánica ...

Written sources about death in prehispanic nahuatl culture are numerous. However, the catechistic intention that motivated the collecting of information, the transcription of the oral or pictographic tradition somehow detracted the idea of what death could have meant for the Mexica. Basing our analysis on documents in nahuatl, and from what we believe to be a more suitable conceptual ...

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FAITH HEALING IN THE PHILIPPINES: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE*

FAITH HEALING IN THE PHILIPPINES: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE*

It has been my pet hypothesis that "faith healing" is probably just one of the forms in which our prehispanic medico­ religious system of beliefs and practices continues to survive. A study of faith healing would, therefore, throw light on one aspect of the history of Philippine psychology. In my view, research into the history of Philippine psychology cannot but delve into at least four ...

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Muerte”

Muerte”

798 FRAGMENTOS DE INSECTOS ASOCIADOS A MOMIAS PREHISPANICAS Insect remains associated to prehispanic mummies Vergara-Pineda Santiago1, Juan Martín Rojas-Chávez2, Josefina Mansilla3 Lory, Tania Campos- de-la-Rosa1. 1Universidad Autónoma Agraria Antonio Narro (UAAAN).C.

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