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Framing complexity in Formative Mesoamerica




DeLance, Lisa, editor
Feinman, Gary M., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher

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An examination of variable social and economic processes, Framing Complexity in Formative Mesoamerica explores nascent social complexity during the Preclassic/Formative period in Mesoamerica and addresses broader social questions about egalitarian and transegalitarian Pre-hispanic Mesoamerican cultural groups. The chapters explore social aggregation, emergence of ethnic affiliations, and regional and macro-regional variability.--Provided by publisher.


Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Indians of Central America -- Social conditions
Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities
Indians of Central America -- Antiquities
Indigenous peoples -- Mexico
Indigenous peoples -- Central America
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Excavations (Archaeology) -- Central America


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