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Maya subsistence : studies in memory of Dennis E. Puleston / edited by Kent V. Flannery.

; Flannery, Kent V ; University of Minnesota. Department of Anthropology
New York : Academic Press, [1982] .
ISBN 012259780X, 9780122597800

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Other Authors Flannery, Kent V.
Puleston, Dennis Edward, 1940-1978.
University of Minnesota. Department of Anthropology.
Subjects Central America -- Antiquities.
Indians of Central America -- Agriculture -- Congresses.
Indians of Central America -- Agriculture.
Indians of Central America -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.
Indians of Central America -- Economic conditions.
Indians of Mexico -- Agriculture -- Congresses.
Indians of Mexico -- Agriculture.
Indians of Mexico -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.
Indians of Mexico -- Economic conditions.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Agriculture -- Amérique centrale -- Congrès.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Agriculture -- Mexique -- Congrès.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Amérique centrale -- Conditions économiques -- Congrès.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Mexique -- Conditions économiques -- Congrès.
Mayas -- Agriculture -- Congresses.
Mayas -- Agriculture -- Congrès.
Mayas -- Agriculture -- Recueils d'articles.
Mayas -- Agriculture.
Mayas -- Conditions économiques -- Congrès.
Mayas -- Conditions économiques -- Recueils d'articles.
Mayas -- Economic conditions -- Congresses.
Mayas -- Economic conditions.
Puleston, Dennis Edward, 1940-1978 -- Congresses.
Puleston, Dennis Edward, 1940-1978 -- Congrès.
Puleston, Dennis Edward, 1940-1978.
Puleston, Dennis-Edward, (1940-1978)
Series Studies in archaeology.
Description xxii, 368 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1982]
Notes Papers presented at a conference, organized by the University of Minnesota Dept. of Anthropology, which was held at the university in Oct., 1979.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Dennis Edward Puleston (1940-1978): Maya archaeologist / Gordon R. Willey -- Cultural evolution and ecological succession in the Valley of Guatemala: 1500 B.C.-A.D. 1524 / William T. Sanders and Carson N. Murdy -- An ecological model of the early Maya of the central lowlands / Barbara Voorhies -- Prehistoric agricultural systems in El Salvador / Payson D. Sheets -- Subsistence and society in eastern Yucatan / Peter D. Harrison -- Subsistence, trade, and development of the coastal Maya / David A. Freidel and Vernon Scarborough -- Ancient lowland and highland Maya water and soil conservation strategies / Raymond T. Matheny -- Hydraulic agriculture in the American tropics: forms, measures, and recent research / William M. Denevan -- Prehispanic agricultural use of the wetlands of northern Belize / Alfred H. Siemens -- The origin of raised fields near San Antonio, Belize: an alternative hypothesis / Pierre P. Antoine, Richard L. Skarie, and Paul R. Bloom -- The plant world of the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century lowland Maya / Joyce Marcus -- Agriculture and trade in the colonial period southern Maya lowlands / Grant D. Jones -- The traditional role of women and animals in lowland Maya economy / Mary Pohl and Lawrence H. Feldman -- The contemporary role of women in lowland Maya livestock production / Marion Marshall Nimis -- Experiences in traditional hydraulic agriculture / Arturo Gomez-Pompa, Hector Luis Morales, Epifanio Jimenez Avila, and Julio Jimenez Avila -- Maya subsistence: a commentary / George A. Collier -- Appendix 1: Dennis E. Puleston: a tribute / Frank C. Miller -- Appendix 2: the role of Ramon in Maya subsistence / Dennis E. Puleston.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Geographic Area Mexico
Central America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7924961
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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