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  Mesoamerican Archaeological Research Laboratory

Mono y Conejo Volume 1

A new journal from MARL, available in print and PDF formats

 

 

  • Mono y Conejo Journal of the Mesoamerican Archaeological Research Laboratory, Volume 1
    • Edited by Fred Valdez and Richard Meadows
    • paper, 36 pages, with figures and tables. Approximately 8 1/2" x 11"
    • The University of Texas at Austin, 2003
    • Contents
    • Paper copy: US$ 8.00 includes shipping and handling within the continental USA
    • Order Form for paper copy only
    • coming soon - FREE PDF download (approximately 2.8 MB)

Contents

Introduction

Greetings and welcome from the editors, Fred Valdez & Richard Meadows

 

Introduction to the Mesoamerican Archaeological Research Laboratory, Fred Valdez

 

Research Reports

Adapting historical archaeology for the study of Spanish colonial rancho communities in South Texas and Northeastern Mexico, Mary Jo Galindo

 

Preclassic Maya spouted vessels: a contextual analysis, Terry Powis

 

From eccentric lithics to material symbols: aspects of ancient Maya cultural production in northern Belize, Richard Meadows

 

An introduction to the Brownsville-Barril complexes and the A. E. Anderson collection, William Wagner

 

Mano a mano: grinding implements from Colha, Belize, Matthew Peeples

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