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by Richard E. Blanton,Stephen A. Kowalewski,Laura M. Finsten,Gary M. Feinman

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Richard E. Blanton,Stephen A. Kowalewski,Laura M. Finsten,Gary M. Feinman
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Between 10,000 years ago and the arrival of the Spanish in 1521, some of the most significant changes in the evolution of human societies occurred. These included the emergence of agriculture and sedentary villages, the growth of centralized governments (chiefdoms and states), and the rise of market systems, cities, and highly stratified social systems.

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Ancient Mesoamerica: A Comparison of Change in Three Regions 1. The growth of Mesoamerican archaeology and ethnohistory 2. Preceramic Mesoamerica 3. The Valley o. .

Ancient Mesoamerica: A Comparison of Change in Three Regions. Richard E. Blanton, Stephen A. Kowalewski, Gary M. Feinman, Jill Aappel. 1. The Valley of Oaxaca 4. The Valley of Mexico 5. The eastern lowlands 6. Comparisons and conclusions.

A Comparison of Change in Three Regions. Reference: Change in Settlement Distribution and the Emergence of an Early State: A Spatial Analysis of Radiocarbon Dates from Southwestern Korea. Long-Term Demographic Change: A Perspective from the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.

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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1993. xii + 284 p. illustrations, tables, references, author index, subject index. The Aztecs, Maya, and Their Predecessors: Archaeology of Mesoamerica. Muriel Porter Weaver. Academic Press, San Diego, 1993. xix + 567 p. illustrations, glossary, references, author index, subject index. Robert N. Zeitlin (a1).

Writing the History of an Ancient Civilization without Writing: Reading the Inka Khipus as Primary Sources. Kowalewski, Gary Feinman, Jill Appel. Writing the History of an Ancient Civilization without Writing: Reading the Inka Khipus as Primary Sources. The Domestication of Animals. New York: Cambridge UP, 1981. Boškovik, Aleksandar. A Comparison of Change in Three Regions by Richard E. Blanton. Anthropos, Bd. 90, H. 3. Blanton; Stephen A. Kowalewski; Gary M. Feinman; Laura M. Finsten. Society for Latin American Studies (SLAS). CLA site main navigation.

Mesoamerica has become one of the world's most important areas for research into the emergence of complex human societies. Between 10,000 years ago and the arrival of the Spanish in 1521, some of the most significant changes in the evolution of human societies occurred. These included the emergence of agriculture and sedentary villages, the growth of centralized governments (chiefdoms and states), and the rise of market systems, cities, and highly stratified social systems. In the 1970s and 1980s a number of ambitious research efforts produced exciting data on culture change in Mesoamerica. In this revised and updated 1993 edition of a book first published in 1981, the authors present a synthesis of Mesoamerican prehistory, focusing on three of its most intensively studied regions, the Valleys of Oaxaca and Mexico and the Maya lowlands. An original framework of ideas is developed to explain long-term change in complex societies.