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The archaeology of Mesoamerican animals

Author: Christopher Markus Götz; Kitty F Emery
Publisher: Atlanta, Georgia : Lockwood Press, [2013] ©2013.
Series: Archaeobiology, No. 1.
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This volume presents current research from across the many cultures and regions of Mesoamerica, dealing specifically with the most current issues in zooarchaeological literature. The book's chapters  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Markus Götz; Kitty F Emery
ISBN: 9781937040055 1937040054
OCLC Number: 829755427
Description: xxvii, 779 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Contents: List of Figures List of Tables Abbreviations 1. Introduction, Christopher M. Gotz Northwest Area and Central Plateau 2. Dog Remains from the Marismas Nacionales 3. Coastal Resources in the City of the Gods 4. Birds of the Pre-Hispanic Domestic Spheres of Central Mexico, Eduardo Corona-Martinez 5. The Zooarchaeology of Olmec and Epi-Olmec Foodways along Mexico's Gulf Coast, Tanya M. Peres, Amber M. VanDerwarker, and Christopher A. Pool 6. Animal Use in the Mixteca Alta, Oaxaca, Mexico, Heather A. Lapham, Andrew K. Balkansky, and Ayla M. Amadio 7. Animal Economies in Pre-Hispanic Southern Mexico, Heather A. Lapham, Gary M. Feinman, and Linda M. Nicholas Northern Maya Lowlands 8. The Use of Animals by the Pre-Hispanic Maya of the Northern Lowlands, Christopher M. Gotz and Travis W. Stanton 9. Animal Consumption and the Monumental Center of Mayapan, Marilyn A. Masson and Carlos Peraza Lope 10. Archaeofauna at Isla Cilvituk, Campeche, Mexico: Residential Site Structure and Taphonomy in Postclassic Mesoamerica, Rani T. Alexander, John a. Hunter, Sean Arata, Ruth Martinez Cervantes, and Kristen Scudder Southern Maya Lowlands and Maya Highlands 11. Inferring the Archaeological Context through Taphonomy: The Use of the White-Tailed Deer (Odocoileus virginianus) in Chinikiha, Chiapas, Coral Montero Lopez 12. Late-Nineteenth and Early Twentieth-Century Animal Use by San Pedro Maya and the British Populations at Holotunich, Belize, Erin Kennedy Thornton and Olivia Ng Cackler 13. Archaeological Animals of the Southern Maya Highlands: Zooarchaeology of Kaminaljuya, Kitty F Emery, Erin Kennedy Thornton, Nicole R. Cannarozzi, Stephen Houston, and Hector Escobedo Mesoamerica's Southern Neighbors 14. Preliminary Analysis of the Zooarchaeology of the San Christobel Site, Nicaragua: The Bounty of Mohammed's Paradise, David N Rewniak, Paul F. Healy, and Morgan Tamplin 15. Molluscs as Food in a Prolific Coastal Environment: Evidence for Selective Foraging and Taphonomy from Cueva de los Vampiros (Central Panama), Diana Rocio Carajal Contreras 16. Pre-Columbian Exploitation of Birds around Panama Bay, Richard G. Cooke, David W. Steadman, Maximo Jimenez, and Ilean Isaza Aizpurua 17. Crawling and Walking at the Same Time: Challenges in "Animal Archaeology" in Northern South America, Elizabeth Ramos Roca Taxonomic Reviews of Mesoamerican Fauna 18. The Dog in the Mexican Archaeozoological Record, Raul Valadez Azua, Alicia Blanco Padilla, Bernardo Rodriguez Galicia, and Gilberto Perez Roldan 19. Bats in Ancient Mesoamerica, Laura Navarro and Joaquin Arroyo-Cabrales 20. Conclusion: From Zooarchaeological Remains to a Human Context, Kitty F. Emery References Cited List of Contributors Subject Index Index of Places Taxonomic Index Digital Companion
Series Title: Archaeobiology, No. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Christopher M. Götz and Kitty F. Emery.

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"A must for those interested in the interaction of human and animals in Mesoamerica or elsewhere. An excellent and balanced selection of topics by outstanding researchers." -- Guillermo L. Mengoni Read more...

 
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