Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Norman Hammond.|
|Contributions||Thompson, John Eric Sidney, Sir, 1898-1975., Hammond, Norman.|
|LC Classifications||F1435 .S65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 609 p. :|
|Number of Pages||609|
|LC Control Number||77071821|
In Social Process in Maya Prehistory: Studies in Honour of Sir Eric Thompson, edited by Hammond, Norman, pp. – Academic Press, London. Adams, Richard N. Un análisis de las creencias y prácticas médicas en un pueblo indígena de : Andrea J. Stone. Coe, Michael (). "Supernatural Patrons of Maya Scribes and Artists". In N. Hammond (ed.). Social Process in Maya Prehistory. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. pp. – Coe, Michael; Justin Kerr (). The Art of the Maya Scribe. London: Thames and Hudson. Inomata, Takeshi (). "The Power and Ideology of Artistic Calendar: Ajaw, Baktun, Haabʼ, Kʼatun, Kʼin, Tun, . Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Death Rituals, Social Order and the Archaeology of Immortality in the Ancient World. Gerontocracy at Palenque? in Social Process in Maya Prehistory: Studies in Honour of Sir Eric Thompson, ed. Hammond, N.. London: Academic Press, – “Maya Antiquaries”. Social Process in Maya Prehistory: Studies in Honour of Sir Eric Thompson, ed. Normal Hammond: London: Academic Press, This essay was written just before the author’s longer and more broadly encompassing book, A History of Mexican Archaeology: The Vanished Civilizations of.
Exchange Systems in Prehistory provides an accurate description of prehistoric exchange and a more thorough investigation of the significance of exchange in prehistory. This book discusses the four aspects of archaeological research on prehistoric exchange, including systemic modeling, chemical characterization, descriptive modeling and. Maya Prehistory Archaeologists divide the prehistory of the Maya region into the Preclassic (c BC–AD ), Classic (–), and Postclassic (–) periods, and concur that in most parts of this large region the most spectacular florescence occurred during the Classic period. Linked with this process, social organization. Ixchel or Ix Chel (Mayan: [iʃˈt͡ʃel]) is the 16th-century name of the aged jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine in ancient Maya corresponds, more or less, to Toci Yoalticitl "Our Grandmother the Nocturnal Physician", an Aztec earth goddess inhabiting the sweatbath, and is related to another Aztec goddess invoked at birth, viz. Cihuacoatl (or Ilamatecuhtli). The Toltec Empire in Yucatan. [Review of Maya and Toltec Figures at Chichen Itza, by Alfred M. Tozzer (), and "Captains of the Itzá: Unpublished Mural Evidence from Chichen Itza," by Arthur G. Miller (in Social Process in Maya Prehistory, edited by Norman Hammond, ] Quarterly Review of Archaeology 5(2)