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Coe, Michael D.
Maya.
New York, Praeger [1966]
(OCoLC)663376327
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael D Coe; Jay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 362999
Description: 252 pages : illustrations, maps, plans ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The Setting. Area. Periods. Peoples and Languages --
The Earliest Mya: Early Hunters. Archaic Collectors and Cultivators. Early Formative Villages. The Middle Formative Expansion --
The Rise of the Maya Civilization: The Birth of the Calendar. Izapa and the Pacific Coast. Kaminaljuyú and the Maya Lowlands. The Petén and the Maya Lowlands. --
Classic Splendor: The Early Period. The Esperanza Culture. Tzakol Culture in the Central Area. The Northern Area. The Cotzumalhuapa Problem. Classic Splendor: The Late Period. Classic Sites in the Central Area. Classic Sites in the Northern Area: Río Bec, Chenes, and Cobá. Classic Sites in the Northern Area: The Puuc. Art of the Late Classic. The End of Classic Maya Civilization. --
The Post-Classic: The Toltec INvasion and Toltec Chichen Itzá. The Itzá and the City of Mayapán. The Independent States of Yucatán. Maya/Mexican Dynasties in the Southern Area. The Spanish Conquest. --
Maya Life: The Farm and the Chase. Industry and Commerce. The Life Cycle. Society and Politics --
Maya Thought: The Universe and the Gods. Priests and Rites. Numberers and the Calendar. The Sun and the Moon. The Celestial Wanderers and the Stars. The Nature of Maya Writing. The Content of Maya Writing.
Series Title: Ancient peoples and places (Thames and Hudson), v. 52.
Responsibility: Michael D. Coe.

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