1 edition of The neighborhood as a social and spatial unit in Mesoamerican cities found in the catalog.
The neighborhood as a social and spatial unit in Mesoamerican cities
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||M. Charlotte Arnauld, Linda R. Manzanilla, and Michael E. Smith, editors|
|LC Classifications||F1219.1.T27 N45 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012014654|
Any exceedingly large royal palace, or one consisting of many chambers on different levels might be referred to as an acropolis. Nadel ibid. Recent articles: Blanton, Richard E. Blanton and Fargher have produced a series of journal articles since that begin to extend their insights to archaeology, but they have so far not come up with a rigorous method to apply their model to archaeological data. They analyze the thirty polities in their sample on a host of variables, which are scored in various ways to produce three numerical scales: public goods provision; bureaucratization; and control of the ruler. The non-urban focus of Mayanist social analysis may have contributed to the lingering view that the large Maya sites were not quite urban in character.
In Stock Overview "Illuminates a multiethnic neighborhood within one of the world's greatest urban developments of ancient times. This style was common in the northern Maya lowlands from the Preclassic until the early parts of the Early Classic. The underworld was represented by the direction north and many structures and buildings related to the underworld, such as tombs, are often found in the city's northern half. Nichols Statement These are known, with slight variation depending on region, as the Paleo-Indianthe Archaicthe Preclassic or Formativethe Classicand the Postclassic. The inhabitants of Doko were divided into five efu.
Open Archaeology 3: ; doi: The case studies presented here are intended to support and extend this line of research. Third, theoretical investigation of ancient urbanization all over the world is now more complex and open than it was before, giving relevance to Mesoamerican perspectives on ancient and modern societies in time and space. Agrandir Original jpeg, 1,1M Fig.
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Think of President Obama's inability to carry out his desired policies and actions; like most modern rulers, he has very low despotic power. This volume will be a must-read for students and professional archaeologists, as well as other scholars including historians, art historians, geographers, and ethnographers with an interest in Mesoamerica.
If you work on states, you really need to read Mann's works also. Some rulers were despotic and seriously exploited their subjects, but other states had more collective forms of rule, which means that commoner subjects had some say in governance.
Most of the time following the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century is classified as the Colonial period. Individual sefer were separated by open space and by roads and streams ibid.
Although there are large crowds of people, housing is widely scattered and there are significant empty areas. Heredia Expinoza and Richard E. This is a big need, and if they won't do it, then some enterprising Ph. In short, reliance on internal revenue sources leads to greater bureaucratization, greater popular control over rulers, and more provisioning of public goods.
The most common of these parameters are ethnicity or race, place of origin, occupation, and social class Saunier ; York et al. The most detailed information on Aztec calpolli is found in a series of early colonial Nahuatl-language census documents from Morelos; these are summarized in several secondary sources Carrasco ; Smith Smith, pp.
The initial phases of the Archaic involved the cultivation of wild plants, transitioning into informal domestication and culminating with sedentism The neighborhood as a social and spatial unit in Mesoamerican cities book agricultural production by the close of the period.
This is just a quick taste of Blanton and Fargher's model. Comparative Studies in Society and History The basic model: Blanton, Richard E. The term tlaxilacalli is often used in Nahuatl-language documents for both types of unit, and in documents from Morelos the term chinamitl is often used for the smaller category.
Members of the Tzotzil waterhole groups are integrated through social interaction and through activities and institutions in the realms of economics, politics, and religion. PY - Y1 - N2 - Recent realizations that prehispanic cities in Mesoamerica were fundamentally different from western cities of the same period have led to increasing examination of the neighborhood as an intermediate unit at the heart of prehispanic urbanization.
The Classic period through the Postclassic are differentiated by the cyclical crystallization and fragmentation of the various political entities throughout Mesoamerica.A relevant book from is Neighborhood as a Social and Spatial Unit in Mesoamerican Cities, 33 which begins with a detailed review article by Michael E.
Smith and Juliana Novic, “Neighborhoods and Districts in Ancient Mesoamerica,” 34 discussed below. Hendon J () Neighborhoods in Pre-hispanic Honduras: settlement patterns and social groupings within sites or regions. In: Arnauld M et al (eds) The neighborhood as a social and spatial unit in Mesoamerican cities.
University of Arizona Press, Tucson, pp – Google Scholar. 01 Arnauld chindd 15 5/30/ AM 16 neighborhood as a social and spatial unit Future Directions in Mesoamerican Neighborhood Research The chapters that follow put the study of ancient Mesoamerican neigh borhoods on a irm foundation and set the stage for continued productive research.The Neighborhood as a Social and Spatial Unit in Mesoamerican Cities.
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