Interregional interaction in ancient Mesoamerica
Englehardt, Joshua D., editor
Carrasco, Michael D., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
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.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Social archaeology -- Central America
Social archaeology -- Mexico
Indians of Central America -- Antiquities
Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities
Indians of Central America -- Social conditions
Indians of Mexico -- Social conditions
Central America -- Antiquities
Mexico -- Antiquities