M. Charlotte Arnauld

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Mobility and Migration in Ancient Mesoamerican Cities

University Press of Colorado

Mobility and Migration in Ancient Mesoamerican Cities is the first focused book-length discussion of migration in central Mexico, west Mexico and the Maya region, presenting case studies on population movement in and among Classic, Epiclassic, and Postclassic Mesoamerican societies and polities within the framework of urbanization and de-urbanization.

  • Copyright year: 2020
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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.

  • Copyright year: 2012
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Maya Kingship

Rupture and Transformation from Classic to Postclassic Times

University Press of Florida

Examining changes to the institution of divine kingship from 750 to 950 CE in the Maya lowland cities, this volume presents a new way of studying the collapse of that civilization and the transformation of political systems between the Terminal Classic and Postclassic Periods.

  • Copyright year: 2021
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Building an Archaeology of Maya Urbanism

Planning and Flexibility in the American Tropics

University Press of Colorado
  • Copyright year: 2023
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