1 edition of Domestic Ritual in Ancient Mesoamerica (Monograph (Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at Ucla), 46.) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Cotsen Institute of Archaeology|
|Publishers||Cotsen Institute of Archaeology|
|LC Classifications||June 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Consumo, usos, mediaciones y opiniones de la oferta mediática del canal Telepacífico en Cali dentro del contexto de una coyuntura crítica
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This is interesting, becuase the Calixtlahuaca deposits are all from the Middle and Late Postclassic periods.
The authors explore the ways in which cosmological principles and concepts of the sacred were used in the construction of ritual space and practice, how local landscapes provided templates for the images and paraphernalia recovered from archaeological contexts, how foreign enclaves relied on ritual for social reproduction, and how domestic ritual was related to, and indeed embedded in, institutionalized state religions. In The Oxford Encyclopedia of Mesoamerican Cultures: The Civilizations of Mexico and Central America, ed.
Series: Monographs 76 The remains of the artful gateways, platforms, walls, and sculpture at Tiahuanaco, an important Middle Horizon site at the southern end of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, have for centuries sparked what has seemed like unanswerable questions about how they were made.
Tucson: University of Arizona Press. I describe these and talk about possible links between domestic ritual and state ritual in this paper: Back to Calixtlahuaca: We also have some long-handled censers see the photobut they are very different from the Aztec examples.
The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press publishes high quality peer-reviewed books on archaeological surveys and excavations world-wide, theoretical debates, and specialized themes discussed in the Advanced Cotsen Seminars. The breadth of perspective does not sacrifice depth, for all authors deal in some detail with the specifics of their subject matter.
This volume comprises both interpretive chapters and empirical data from the excavations and their materials. 2002 : An Introduction, by Matthew Johnson. Revista Universidad del Valle de Guatemala 12 Dec. In Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America: Domestic Ritual in Ancient Mesoamerica (Monograph (Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at Ucla) Encyclopedia, ed. In Things in Motion: Object Itineraries in Anthropological Practice, ed. The work concludes with a macroregional framework to be used in the analysis of subsistence, social relations, and political economy in Volumes 2 and 3, now in preparation.
American Antiquity 55 2 :440. Los Angeles: UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Monograph 46. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. I guess the Calixtlahuaca folks really liked those Toltec incense burners.
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The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press publishes high quality peer-reviewed books on archaeological surveys and excavations world-wide, theoretical debates, and specialized themes discussed in the Advanced Cotsen Seminars.