1 edition of Cuca, Chacchob, Dzonot Aké, three walled northern Maya centers found in the catalog.
Cuca, Chacchob, Dzonot Aké, three walled northern Maya centers
David L. Webster
by Dept. of Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University in University Park, Pa
Written in English
|Statement||David Webster. --|
|Series||Occasional papers in anthropology ; 11, Occasional papers in anthropology (Pennsylvania State University. Dept. of Anthropology) -- 11.|
|LC Classifications||F 1435 W2 W37 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
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Get this from a library. Cuca, Chacchob, Dzonot Aké: three walled northern Maya centers. [David L Webster]. Cuca, Chacchob, Dzonot Aké: Walled sites of the northern Maya Lowlands, Occasional Papers in Anthropology No.
University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State. Bioarchaeological investigation of ancient Maya violence and warfare in inland Northwest Yucatan, Mexico Yucatan—Chacchob, Cuca, and Dzonot Aké.
WEBSTER, D.Cu ca, Chacchob, Dzonot Aké: Three Walled Northern Maya Centers. Occasional Papers in Anthropology, No. Department of Anthropology, The Pennsylvania University. WEBSTER, D.Spatial Bounding and Settlement History at Three Walled Northem Maya Centers.
American Antiquity 45(4)Cited by: 2. In Maya thought, the quadrangular milpa is compared to four-sided houses, towns, and other forms of socially-constructed human space. Thus, among the Yucatec, “the world, the village and the milpa are thought of as squares with four corners lying in the four cardinal points of the compass and with defined central points” (Redfield and Villa Rojas ).
Webster, David: Spatial bounding and settlement history at three walled northern maya centers. Bruhns, Karen O.: Plumbate origins revisited. Offner, Jerome A.: Archival reports of poor crop fields in the early postconquest texcocan heartland and their.
implications for studies of aztec period population. Comentarios. Transcripción. Mesoamerican Bibliography. South of the northern San Juan Basin in northern New Mexico, James Snead (Chap. 7) considers a specific instance of conflict at Burnt Corn Pueblo occurring in the late s C.E.
Named for the burned green corn that was left in the wake of the village’s incineration, possibly at the hands of a rival group, the site pro-vides an example of. WORLD MILITARY HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHY Premodern and Nonwestern Military Institutions and Warfare BY BARTON C.
HACKER BRILL LEIDEN BOSTON • Illustration on the cover: Imperial armies have regularly relied on indigenous troops, a practice that has played an important part in the intercultural transfer of military technology and organization.