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Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands

New Approaches to Archaeology in the Yucatan Peninsula (Native Peoples of the Americas)

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Published by University of Arizona Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin America - Mexico,
  • Native American,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Antiquities,
  • Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Mexico,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Mayas,
  • History - General History,
  • Archaeology,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Politics and government,
  • Yucatâan (State),
  • Agriculture

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJennifer P. Mathews (Editor), Bethany A. Morrison (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8069663M
    ISBN 100816524165
    ISBN 109780816524167

      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 : Lifeways in the northern Maya lowlands: new approaches to archaeology in the Yucatán Peninsula / Published: () Maya ideologies of the sacred: the transfiguration of space in colonial Yucatan / by: Solari, Amara, Published: ().

    In Lifeways in the Northern Lowlands: New Approaches to Maya Archaeology, edited by J. P. Mathews and B. A. Morrison, pp. 77– University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Hutson, Scott R. and Bruce H. Dahlin Desenredando Una Paradoja: Asentamiento y Economía en Chunchucmil, Yucatán. By exploring various social and political levels of Maya society through a broad expanse of time, Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands not only reconstructs a little-known past, it also suggests.

    Pathways to Complexity synthesizes a wealth of new archaeological data to illuminate the origins of Maya civilization and the rise of Classic Maya culture. In this volume, prominent Maya scholars argue that the development of social, religious, and economic complexity began during the Middle Preclassic period (– B.C.), hundreds of years earlier than previously : M. Kathryn Brown, George J. Bey. Book Description: "An insightful collection, rich in new data and insights; at once the harvest of a generation of fieldwork and the foundation for work to come."--Mary E. Miller, coauthor ofThe Spectacle of the Late Maya Court: Reflections on the Murals of Bonampak "Reminds us that there are always new things to learn about iconic places like Chichen Itza and that we can fall in love with.


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By exploring various social and political levels of Maya society through a broad expanse of time, Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands not only reconstructs a little-known past, it also suggests the broad implications of archaeology for related studies of tourism, household economies, and : Jennifer P.

Mathews. By exploring various social and political levels Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands book Maya society through a broad expanse of time, Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands not only reconstructs a little-known past, it also suggests the broad implications of archaeology for related studies of tourism, household economies, and ethnoarchaeology.

By exploring various social and political levels of Maya society through a broad expanse of time, Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands not only reconstructs a little-known past, it also suggests the broad implications of archaeology for related studies of tourism, household economies, and : By exploring various social and political levels of Maya society through a broad expanse of time, Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands not only reconstructs a little-known past, it also suggests the broad implications of archaeology for related studies of.

Ethnoarchaeology in the northern Maya lowlands: a case study at Naranjal, Quintana Roo / Kurt R. Heidelberg and Dominique Rissolo ; Archaeologists working with the contemporary Yucatec Maya / Dominique Rissolo and Jennifer P.

Mathews ; Milpas of corn and tourism milpas / Alicia Re Cruz. By exploring various social and political levels of Maya society through a broad expanse of time, Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands not only reconstructs a little-known past, it also suggests the broad implications of archaeology for related studies of tourism, household economies, and ethnoarchaeology.

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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 capital of Yaxuná, located at a contentious crossroads of the northern Maya lowlands.

Request PDF | On Oct 1,Elizabeth Graham and others published Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands: New Approaches to Archaeology in the Yucatán Peninsula by Jennifer P. Mathews; Bethany. Before Kukulkán is anchored in three decades of interdisciplinary research at the Classic Maya capital of Yaxuná, located at a contentious crossroads of the northern Maya lowlands.

Using bioarchaeology, mortuary archaeology, and culturally sensitive mainstream archaeology, the authors create an in-depth regional understanding while also laying out broader ways of learning about the Maya by: 4.

The Maya lowlands region is where the Classic Maya civilization arose. An extensive area including s square miles (, square kilometers), the Maya lowlands are located in the northern part of Central America, in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize, at sea level elevations from 25 feet ( meters) to approximately 2, ft ( m) above sea level.

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. She has written four books, including "Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands" (with Bethany Morrison), "Quintana Roo Archaeology" (with Justine Shaw), "Chicle - The Chewing Gum of the Americas: From the Ancient Maya to William Wrigley" (with Gillian P.

Schultz), and "The Value of Things" (with Tom Guderjan, which examines ancient to contemporary Maya commodities, from jade and chocolate, to rum and. Book Description: 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. "Reminds us that there are always new things to learn about iconic places like Chichen Itza and that we can fall in love with them all over again."--Jennifer P.

Mathews, coeditor of Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands: New Approaches to Archaeology in the Yucatan Peninsula. Book Description. The archaeological sites of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula are among the most visited ancient cities of the Americas.

Archaeologists have recently made great advances in our understanding of the social and political milieu of the northern Maya lowlands. Jennifer P. Mathews is a professor of anthropology at Trinity University in San Antonio and has conducted research studying the ancient, historic, and contemporary Maya in the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico since The Chewing Gum of the Americas, From the Ancient Maya to William Wrigley.

View Book. Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands. She has written journal articles, book chapters and three edited books on Maya archaeology: Quintana Roo Archaeology (with Justine Shaw), Lifeways in the Northern Maya Lowlands: New Approaches to Archaeology in the Yucatán Peninsula (with Bethany Morrison) and The Value of Things: Prehistoric to Contemporary Commodities in the Maya Region.

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