Interregional interaction in ancient Mesoamerica
Explores the role of interregional interaction in dynamic sociocultural processes that shaped the Pre-Columbian societies of Mesoamerica. Interdisciplinary scholars examine linguistic exchange and borrowing, scribal practices, settlement patterns, ceramics, iconography, and trade systems, presenting a variety of case studies drawn from multiple spatial, temporal, and cultural contexts--provided by publisher.
Englehardt, Joshua D.; Carrasco, Michael D.
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