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Advances in hunter-gatherer research in Mexico: archaeozoological contributions  

Joaquin Arroyo-Cabrales and Eduardo Corona-M.

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
Interest in the first hunter-gatherer populations of Mexico has increased in the last fifteen years. Exploration of the Late Pleistocene localities involved in the early peopling of ... More

The exploitation of aquatic environments by the Olmec and Epi-Olmec  

Tanya M. Peres

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
Hydrographic features dominate the Olmec heartland. Fishing, travel, transport, and trade via watercraft were essential parts of daily life. This chapter synthesizes archaeofaunal, ... More

An Isotopic Anthropology of Ancient Maya Diets  

Christine White

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Feb 2018
The ancient Maya are known to have relied heavily on maize horticulture. In spite of the fact that maize was responsible for both the ideological and physical survival of the Maya, there ... More

Zooarchaeology of the Maya  

Kitty F. Emery

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
Maya zooarchaeology can be used to answer a broad range of questions about the ancient Maya environmental and cultural history. Animal remains represent the impact of human activity on ... More

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