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Prehistoric Lowland Maya Environment and Subsistence Economy

Edited by Mary Pohl

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PAPERBACK

$30.00 • £24.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780873652032

Publication Date: 06/23/1987

Short

224 pages

21 line illustrations, 26 tables, 8 maps, 3 halftones

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With contributions by Paul Bloom, Helen Sorayya Carr, Edward S. Deevey, Jr., Nancy L. Hamblin, S. E. Garrett-Jones, Hattula Moholy-Nagy, Mary Pohl, Amadeo M. Rea, Don S. Rice, Prudence M. Rice, Julie Stein, B. L. Turner II, Hague H. Vaughan, Richard R. Wilk, and Frederick Matthew Wiseman, this volume provides data from interdisciplinary projects produced over the past fifteen years, including palynology, limnology, geography, soil science, faunal analysis, ethnology, and ethnohistory. Centering on differences of opinion rather than on a synthesis of data, this analysis of the methods and theoretical principles by which specialists work yields a unique view of archaeological procedures.

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