3 edition of Highland-lowland interaction in Mesoamerica found in the catalog.
|Statement||Arthur G. Miller, editor.|
|Contributions||Miller, Arthur G., 1942-, Jay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||F1219.7 .H53 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||83005724|
The intensity of contact thus varied spatially and temporally. HIGHLAND-LOWLAND CONTRASTS IN DEPOPULATION A recurrent theme in demographic studies of the colonial period is the difference in the levels of Indian Old World diseases in early colonial Ecuador:Y m '.,Y.~ ESMERALDAS L.' PTp _ V,1 i;~ TAVALO- ": y.: CARANOUI, by: 4. Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C. de Montmollin, Olivier: "Scales of Settlement Study for Complex Societies: Analytical Issues from the Classic Maya Area." In Journal of Field Archaeology Morley, S.G. Archaeology. It became an annual event every fall. In other words, every fall I would bring a carload of students down and attend the symposia. Though I think the first symposia that I actually took an active part in was in , the symposia organized by Arthur Miller on Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica. I gave the summary paper for that one. periods for Mesoamerica and the Andean area, with a somewhat briefer consideration of the Near and Far East Each area is stated to have shared a number of common characteristics in environment and ecology, allowing the formation of large interaction spheres with associated dichotomous highland-lowland developmentsAuthor: Enrique Mayer.
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Free shipping for many products. introduction of the term ‘highland-lowland interaction’. When social, economic, and political aspects are included, quite different visions on ‘mountain’, ‘highland’, and ‘lowland’ will arise.
A review of this problem is provided as Appendix I. Nevertheless, it must be emphasized here that the term ‘lowland’File Size: KB. The geography of Mesoamerica describes the geographic features of Mesoamerica, a culture area in the Americas inhabited by complex indigenous pre-Columbian cultures exhibiting a suite of shared and common cultural characteristics.
Several well-known Mesoamerican cultures include the Olmec, Teotihuacan, the Maya, the Aztec and the erica is often subdivided in a number of. Sharer, Robert J. Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Mesoamerican Highland-Lowland Interaction: A Summary View.
In Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ed. Arthur G. Miller, – Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and by: 1. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
The Anthropology of Mesoamerican Caves. The Book of Mormon only contains one other place where "the cavity of the rock" phrase is used: 29 And it came to pass as they smote us with a rod Author: Paul Francis Healy.
Twenty years have passed since the Dumbarton Oaks conference that resulted in the volume Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Miller ). The contributors to that work formulated the basis of what continues to be the majority opinion regarding the influence of central Mexican culture in various parts of.
The Lowlands are the cradle of the Scottish nation. It was Highland-lowland interaction in Mesoamerica book people of the Lowlands, with their great leaders such as William Wallace, who in the 13 th and 14 th centuries fought and won the struggle for Scotland's independence, against the attempts of England's feudal Kings Edward I and II to make Scotland a province of England.
This article synthesizes recent advances in the study Highland-lowland interaction in Mesoamerica book astronomy and worldview in architectural and urban planning in Mesoamerica. Throughout most of this cultural area, the practice of orienting civic and ceremonial buildings followed similar principles, although regional and time-dependent variations are present.
Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Ap-proaches reveals a similar inclination toward placing Mesoamerica's re-gional societies on a single path to complexity.
The thrust of this vol-ume edited by Arthur Miller is found in papers by Robert Santley on Teotihuacain's obsidian trade, Clemency Coggins on Teotihuacain's cul.
Woodfill, Brent THE CENTRAL ROLE OF CAVE ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF CLASSIC MAYA CULTURE HISTORY AND HIGHLAND-LOWLAND INTERACTION. Ancient Mesoamerica, Vol. 22, Issue. 02, p. CrossRef; Google ScholarCited by: Culture area- West Mexico, Central Highlands, Southern Highlands, Gulf Lowlands Mesoamerica in the archaeological record- Interest in Mesoamerican society and research question- Embraces holism of anthropology, Formation of social hierarchy, Interactions between humans and environment, How writing developed; record-keeping, materialization of time, Emergence of divine kings and queens, social.
DOCUMENT Citation Only Liza Zogib. The small Himalayan mountain kingdom of Bhutan is in itself a high land. However within the country there exist many unarticulated highland-lowland dynamics and dichotomies: economic power of the lowlands versus spiritual power of the highlands; modernization and opening of the lowlands versus tradition and closure of the highlands, and so forth.
His chapter in Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Miller ), the last major collection devoted to Maya-Teotihuacan interaction, is still current.
His discussion ties ceramic "identities" (imported pottery) and "homologies" (locally produced copies of foreign pottery) to distinct interaction processes. Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches by Arthur G.
Miller (Editor) avg rating — 0 ratings — published House systems in the enduring small states of Mesoamerica, such as the Classic Maya and Classic to Postclassic Mixteca-Puebla interaction sphere, may have been more of a phenomenon associated with an aristocracy of noble houses, while those of large, corporate central Mexican states, such as Teotihuacan and the Mexica-Aztec, spanned more of the Cited by: Bishop's () NAA study of El Mirador ceramic composition indi- cates that volcanic ash was imported from the highlands to be used as tempering material in the Late Preclassic El Mira- dor pottery industry-another suggestion of the brisk level of highland-lowland interaction that took place during this pe- riod.
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Moreover, international aid fell into step with the policies of the Lao government. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the. Miller, Arthur G. Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches: A Conference at Dumbarton Oaks, October 18th. The contributors of the volume Highland-lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Miller ) provides the basis of opinion “regarding the influence of central Mexican culture in various parts of the Maya region during the epoch of the maximum splendour of Teotihuacan.” As a result of this work many sc.
Lowe examines the Preclassic cultural horizons in eastern Mesoamerica and their relationships with the Mayan lowland traditions.
He argues that the Mayan and Zoquean cultures branched out of the earlier Isthmian Olmec culture, representing lowland and highland adaptations, respectively.
Lowe theorizes that the Mayan lowland adaptation required an intensification of social values centered on Cited by: Knowing the difference between highland and lowland reservoirs helps you determine which patterns and techniques work best on the lake you intend to fish.
Lowland Reservoirs Generally a “lowland reservoir” is more fertile with off-color water, sha. Urban Highlanders: Highland-Lowland Migration and Urban Gaelic Culture, By (author) Charles W. Withers. This text offers a full-scale examination of the out-movement of migrant Highlanders from the Highlands to the urban Lowlands in the 18th and 19th centuries and of the migrant culture of urban Gaels within this new urban context.
The Maya and Teotihuacan offers an excellent overview of the varied archaeological research addressing highland-lowland relations in Mesoamerica. With two exceptions, the emphasis of the essays is squarely in the Maya area, which is perhaps understandable given the nature of the debate.
This compelling work brings together an array of distinguished scholars to explore key concepts, theories, and findings pertaining to some of the most fundamental issues in social life: the conditions under which people are kind and helpful to others or, conversely, under which they commit harmful, even murderous acts.
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Search. Peer polity interaction. (highland&lowland mesoamerica), Crete, Indus Valley. Susa. administrative capital for Babylonia during Darius rule. Adams, Richard E. “Routes of Communication in Mesoamerica: The Northern gua-temalan Highlands and the Peten”.
In Mesoamerican Communication Routes and Cultural Contacts, ed. Thomas A. Lee and Carlos Navarrete, 27– Papers of the New World Archaeo-logical Foundation No. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University : Scott Hutson. The book The Maya and Teotihuacan Reinterpreting Early Classic Interaction is entirely devoted to exploring the influence that this powerful polity had on ancient Mesoamerica.
Its influence is so pervasive in some areas that some scholars believed that only a military invasion and control by Teotihuacan could possibly explain this level of. The origins of Maya states in the Late Preclassic --Late Preclassic Maya civilization and writing traditions--The Late Preclassic Isthmian tradition --The Late Preclassic Southern Maya --Highland-lowland interaction in the Preclassic --The Maya lowlands in the Late Preclassic --Patterns of Late Preclassic rulership --Preclassic developments in.
Highland-Lowland Interaction in Mesoamerica: Interdisciplinary Approaches (Dumbarton Oaks Pre-Columbian Conference Proceedings) Miller, Arthur G. Published by Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection ().
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This FAMSI-funded research project began the systematic exploration of the region by identifying, mapping, and testing a number of sites. Descriptions of theFile Size: 1MB.