Teotihuacan and Early Classic Mesoamerica: multiscalar perspectives on power, identity, and interregional relations
García-Des Lauriers, Claudia, editor
Murakami, Tatsuya, editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
The Early Classic period in Mesoamerica has been characterized by the appearance of Teotihuacan related material. Known for monumental architecture and dense settlement, became an urban center around 150 BC eventually dominating much of the Basin of Mexico and beyond until collapse. Explores the complex nature of Teotihuacan's interactions with other regions.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Indians of Mexico -- Social conditions
Indians of Central America -- Social conditions
Indians of Mexico -- Commerce
Indians of Central America -- Commerce
Indians of Mexico -- Politics and government
Indians of Central America -- Politics and government
Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities
Indians of Central America -- Antiquities
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Mexico
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Central America