Linda R. Manzanilla

Linda R. Manzanilla, professor and researcher at the Institute of Anthropological Research at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, is editor or coeditor of several books including The Neighborhood as a Social and Spatial Unit in Mesoamerican Cities.
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The Neighborhood as a Social and Spatial Unit in Mesoamerican Cities

The University of Arizona Press

Recent realizations that prehispanic cities in Mesoamerica were fundamentally different from western cities of the same period have led to increasing examination of the neighborhood as an intermediate unit at the heart of prehispanic urbanization. This book addresses the subject of neighborhoods in archaeology as analytical units between households and whole settlements.

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Multiethnicity and Migration at Teopancazco

Investigations of a Teotihuacan Neighborhood Center

University Press of Florida

This detailed volume looks at 116 formal burials in Teopancazco, a powerful neighborhood that controlled the distribution of foreign raw materials from Teotihuacan toward Nautla in Veracruz.

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