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Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization

Edward B. Kurjack

Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization

a case study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico

by Edward B. Kurjack

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Published by National Geographic Society, Tulane University, Program of Research in Yucatan in New Orleans .
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    Places:
  • Dzibilchaltún Site (Mexico),
  • Mexico,
  • Dzibilchaltún Site.
    • Subjects:
    • Mayas -- Social life and customs.,
    • Land settlement patterns, Prehistoric -- Mexico -- Dzibilchaltún Site.,
    • Dzibilchaltún Site (Mexico)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 99-105.

      StatementEdward B. Kurjack.
      SeriesPublication - Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University ; 38, Publication (Tulane University. Middle American Research Institute) ;, 38.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1435.1.D85 K87
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 105 p. :
      Number of Pages105
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4180748M
      LC Control Number80458615

      This article explores implications of a pattern of residential settlement found at the prehispanic Maya community of San Estevan in northern Belize. bark, and resin: The social organization of a Mayan urban center. Science, (), pp. Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization: A case study at Dzibilchaltun Cited by: 9. Prehistoric Lowland Maya Community and Social Organization. A Case Study at Dzibilchaltn, Yucatan, Mexico Lowland Maya Settlement Patterns Relacin De Las Cosas de Yucatn. PAGE Precolumbian Jade: New Geologica l and Cultural Interpretations.

      This paper reviews recent archaeological research concerning Classic Maya lowland political systems (ca. A.D. –). It focuses specifically on (1) subsistence practices revealed through the analysis of prehistoric climate, available resources, agricultural technologies, and diet; (2) population distribution, density, and size revealed through the analysis of settlement practices and. This paper reviews recent archaeological research concerning Classic Maya lowland political systems (ca. A.D. ). It focuses specifically on (1) subsistence practices revealed through the analysis of prehistoric climate, available resources, agricultural technologies, and diet; (2) population distribution, density, and size revealed through the analysis of settlement practices and Cited by:

      Ch. Wetlands, Rivers, and Caves:Agricultural and Ritual Practice in Two Lowland Maya Landscapes by Patricia A. McAnany, Kimberly A. Berry, and Ben S. Thomas; Ch. Space and the Limits to Community by Laura Levi Ch. Suburban Organization: Minor Centers at La Milpa, Belize by Gair Tourtellot, Gloria Everson, and Norman Hammond.   Protrusion, Bioturbation, and Settlement Detection during Surface Survey: The Lowland Maya Case Protrusion, Bioturbation, and Settlement Detection during Surface Survey: The Lowland Maya Case Johnston, Kevin In upland settings in humid and semihumid temperate and tropical environments, bioturbation is a major factor in the burial of modest architectural remains, Author: Johnston, Kevin.


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Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization: a case study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico.

New Orleans: National Geographic Society, Tulane University, Program of Research in. Prehistoric Lowland Maya Environment and Subsistence Economy (Papers of the Peabody Museum) Paperback – December 1, by Mary Pohl (Editor), Paul R. Bloom (Contributor), Helen Sorayya Carr (Contributor), Edward S.

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Rea (Contributor), Prudence Format: Paperback. Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization: a case study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico / By Edward Barna Kurjack. Topics: Education, Maya, Dzibilchaltun Site. Publisher: The Ohio State University / OhioLINK.

Year: OAI Author: Edward Barna Kurjack. Kurjack, Edward B. Prehistoric Lowland Maya Community and Social Organization: A Case Study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico. Publication No. Publication No. Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University, New Orleans, by: Journal of World Prehistory, Vol.

13, No. 2, Classic Lowland Maya Political Organization: A Review Lisa J. Lucero1 This paper reviews recent archaeological research concerning Classic Maya.

Kurjack, Edward B. Prehistoric Lowland Maya Community and Social Organization. Middle American Research Institute, Publication Middle American Research Institute, Publication New Orleans: Tulane University, City and Town Planning of the Maya. () Prehistoric Lowland Maya Community and Social Organization.

Maya political and social organization, little is known of the establishment Author: Wendy Ashmore. The Maya lowlands region is where the Classic Maya civilization arose. An extensive area including s square miles (, square kilometers), the Maya lowlands are located in the northern part of Central America, in the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize, at sea level elevations from 25 feet ( meters) to approximately 2, ft ( m) above sea level.

Prehistoric Lowland Maya community and social organization. New Orleans, LA: Middle American Research Institute, Publication New Orleans, LA: Middle American Research Institute, Publication Tulane University.

Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization. New Orleans: National Geographic Society, Tulane University, Program of Research in Yucatan, (OCoLC) Online version: Kurjack, Edward B. Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization.

The Lowland Maya Area is an ideal single source for reliable information on the many ecological and social issues of this dynamic area. Providing you with the results of the most recent research into many diverse fields, including traditional ecological knowledge, the difficult transition to capitalism, agave production, and the diversity of.

Prehistoric lowland Maya community and social organization: a case study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico. David Freidel (a), within the context of the examination of Lowland Yucatan political systems discusses Maya social dynamics.

He commends the relatively recent trend towards the incorporation of a vertical dimension, that of social dynamics, into the study of Maya political organization as a compliment to the pre-existing geographical one. LOWLAND MAYA COMMUNITY STRUCTURE 99 Because of the fragmentary coverage of the subject by the early sources, we have to approach ancient Maya society elliptically, through the back door, so to speak.

Ritual often preserves for us not only old-fashioned language and beliefs, but also much archaic social behavior and organization.

The rite of. The road to Tabi is not on most maps. You simply turn off the Ruta Puuc toward the small village of Yaxhom and then follow a winding track that at first passes through ordered rows of lime and fruit Author: Sam R.

Sweitz. Publicat Prehistoric Lowland Maya Community and Social Organization: A Case Study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico. Author(s): Edward B. Kurjack Date: Phone: () The book also presents evidence for Maya soil and water conservation over the entire area from Yucatan to Chiapas and central Guatemala, and looks at the traditional role of women and animals in lowland Maya.

The results of our research at the lowland Maya site of Ceibal add to the growing archaeological understanding that the transition to sedentism did not necessarily occur simultaneously across different social groups within a region and that monumental constructions did not always postdate fully established sedentism.

Whereas sedentary and mobile populations are, in many cases, Cited by:   Kurjack, E. B. Prehistoric Lowland Maya community and social organization: a case study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico. Middle American Research Institute, Publication Middle American Research Institute, Publication Cited by:   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Once Beneath The Forest: Prehistoric Terracing In The Rio Bec Region Of The Maya Lowlands by Bl Turner Ii at Barnes & Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

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