Item description for Settlement, Subsistence And Social Complexity: Essays Honoring the Legacy of Jeffrey Parsons by Richard E. Blanton...
This publication sees a number of leading scholars taking an in-depth look at settlement patterns in the ancient Americas. Contents: Introduction; Regional Survey at Vijayanagara, South Asia: New World Methodologies in Old World Urban Contexts; Settlement Pattern Archaeology in the Teotihuacan Valley and the Northeastern Basin of Mexico A.P.; Opting In and Opting Out: Tula, Cholula and Xaltocan; The Tunanmarca Polity of Highland Peru and its Settlement System; Early Chiefdom Communities Compared: The Settlement Pattern Record for Chifeng, the Alto Magdalena, and the Valley of Oaxaca; Past Lives in Different Places: The Origins and Relationships of Teotihuacan's Foreign Residents; Men, Women, and Maguey: The Houshold Division of Labor Among Aztec Farmers; More Than Alluvial Land and Water: The Late Prehispanic Emergence of Eastern Tlacolula, Oaxaca, Mexico; The Mesoamerican World of Goods and its Transformations.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Publisher Cotsen Institute of Archaeology
ISBN 1931745234 ISBN13 9781931745239
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More About Richard E. Blanton
Richard E. Blanton is professor of anthropology at Purdue University.
Richard E. Blanton has an academic affiliation as follows - Purdue University, Indiana.