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Title Perspectives on the ancient Maya of Chetumal Bay / edited by Debra S. Walker
Imprint Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2016]
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1 copy under consideration for Fu Ssu-Nien Library.
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Series Maya studies
Maya studies
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Chetumal Bay landscapes -- Ancient Maya life on the fringes of Chetumal Bay: an introduction / Debra S. Walker -- The first settlers on Chetumal Bay / Kathryn Reese-Taylor -- Life and afterlife at Cerro Maya, Belize / Debra S. Walker -- Noh Kah: an archaeological site in extreme southeastern Quintana Roo / Javier López Camacho, Araceli Vázquez Villegas, and Luis A. Torres Díaz -- Visualizing maya agriculture along the Rio Hondo: a remote sensing approach / Thomas Guderjan, Sheryl Luzzadder-Beach, Timothy Beach, Samantha Krause, and Clifford Brown -- Chetumal Bay in the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries / Maxine Oland -- Chetumal Bay ceramics -- Red wares, zapatista, drinking vessels, colonists, and exchange at Cerro Maya / Robin Robertson -- An expedient pottery technology and its implications for ancient Maya trade and interaction / James Aimers, Elizabeth Haussner, Dori Farthing, and Satoru Murata -- Sitting on the dock of the bay: ceramic connections between Lamanai and the Chetumal Bay area over more than two millennia / Linda Howie, Terry G. Powis, and Elizabeth Graham -- Regional expressions of the postclassic effigy censer system in the Chetumal Bay area / Susan Milbrath and Debra S. Walker -- Other Chetumal Bay industries -- Shell materials from Oxtankah, Quintana Roo / Emiliano Ricardo Melgar Tísoc -- Stone tools and trade on the southern end of Chetumal Bay / Beverly A. Chiarulli -- Postclassic tool production at Santa Rita Corozal: implications for domestic craft production and regional exchange in flaked stone / Marc D. Marino, Lucas R. Martindale Johnson, and Nathan J. Meissner -- Economic implications of mano and metate use at Cerro Maya, Belize / Lisa G. Duffy -- Chetumal Bay in perspective -- Coastal economies: comparing northern and southern Belize / Heather McKillop -- Maya at the edge of the world: thoughts on Chetumal Bay / David A. Freidel
This volume brings together Mexican and Belize research as well as Spanish-language and English-language research on the Chetumal Bay Maya site
Link Online version: Perspectives on the ancient Maya of Chetumal Bay Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2016] 9780813055893 (DLC) 2016018903
Subject Mayas -- Mexico -- Quintana Roo (State)
Mayas -- Belize
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Mexico -- Quintana Roo (State)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Belize
Chetumal Bay (Mexico) -- History
Alt Author Walker, Debra S., editor
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