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Lowland Maya civilization in the eighth century A.D. : a symposium at Dumbarton Oaks 7th and 8th October 1989 / Jeremy A. Sabloff and John S. Henderson, editors.

By: Sabloff, Jeremy A
Contributor(s): Henderson, John S
Language: English Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1993.Description: xii, 482 p. : ills., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0884022064
Contents:
Introduction / Jeremy A. Salboff and John S. Henderson; Eighth-century physical geography, environment and natural resources in Maya lowlands / Don S. Rice; The economics of social power and wealth among eighth-century Maya households / Patricia A. Mcanany; The social organization of the Late Classic Maya: problems of definition and approaches / Robert J. Sharer; Ancient Maya political organization / Joyce Marcus; The topography of ancient Maya religious pluralism: a dialogue with the present / Gary H. Gossen and Richard M. Leventhal; A view of ancient Maya settlements in the eighth century / Gair Tourtellot; Pottery, potters, palaces and polities: some socioeconomic and political implications of late Classic Maya ceramic industries / Joseph W. Ball; Analytical approaches to late classic Maya lithic industries / Daniel R. Potter; Architecture and social change in late classic Maya society: the evidence from Mundo Perdido, Tikal / Juan Pedro Laporte; Historical inscriptions and the Maya collapse: Maya art of the eighth century / Mary Ellen Miller; The study of Maya warfare: what it tells us about Maya archaeology / David Webster; Reconceptualizing the Maya cultural tradition: programmatic comments / John S. Henderson and Jeremy A. Sabloff.
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Introduction / Jeremy A. Salboff and John S. Henderson; Eighth-century physical geography, environment and natural resources in Maya lowlands / Don S. Rice; The economics of social power and wealth among eighth-century Maya households / Patricia A. Mcanany; The social organization of the Late Classic Maya: problems of definition and approaches / Robert J. Sharer; Ancient Maya political organization / Joyce Marcus; The topography of ancient Maya religious pluralism: a dialogue with the present / Gary H. Gossen and Richard M. Leventhal; A view of ancient Maya settlements in the eighth century / Gair Tourtellot; Pottery, potters, palaces and polities: some socioeconomic and political implications of late Classic Maya ceramic industries / Joseph W. Ball; Analytical approaches to late classic Maya lithic industries / Daniel R. Potter; Architecture and social change in late classic Maya society: the evidence from Mundo Perdido, Tikal / Juan Pedro Laporte; Historical inscriptions and the Maya collapse: Maya art of the eighth century / Mary Ellen Miller; The study of Maya warfare: what it tells us about Maya archaeology / David Webster; Reconceptualizing the Maya cultural tradition: programmatic comments / John S. Henderson and Jeremy A. Sabloff.

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