7 edition of Agricultural intensification and prehistoric health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Denise C. Hodges.|
|Series||Prehistory and human ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca ;, v. 9, Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan ;, no. 22|
|LC Classifications||GN2 .M52 no. 22, F1219.1.O11 .M52 no. 22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||88038162|
Oaxaca, estado (state), southern Mexico. It is bounded by the states of Puebla and Veracruz to the north and Chiapas to the east, by the Pacific Ocean to the south, and by the state of Guerrero to the west. The city of Oaxaca (Oaxaca de Juárez) is the state capital. Two-thirds of the state’s relief. Turkey husbandry is common today in rural highland and coastal regions of Oaxaca, with turkeys raised mainly in semi-grazing conditions by backyard producers who sell their birds at local and regional markets (Camacho-Escobar et al., b, Camacho-Escobar et al., , Mallia, ).Most producers are women who raise and sell turkeys to acquire income while simultaneously maintaining a Cited by: 4. Oaxaca Field Study Ronda Brulotte-GES Associate Professor This spring, Dr. Ronda Brulotte will bring students to Oaxaca, Mexico where they’ll develop an understanding of Indigenous practices of food and craft production—and learn how global factors shape those practices.
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Agricultural intensification and prehistoric health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Denise C Hodges.
The effects of agricultural intensification on health are examined in prehistoric populations of the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.
Agriculture was practiced in the Valley of Oaxaca by the beginning of the Early Formative period (ca. B.C.), and had intensified by the Late Formative (ca. B.C.).Cited by: The book includes a chapter on shell artifacts by L.M.
Nicholas and G.M. Feinman and a chapter on the carved stones of the Sola region by J. Marcus. This monograph is part of the subseries on the prehistory and human ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca. Order from the University of Michigan Press. Publisher: Museum of Anthropology.
Author Denise C. Hodges examines the osteological remains from 14 archaeological sites in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, in an attempt to address the relationship between the intensification of agriculture and the health status of the prehistoric population.
Volume 9 of the subseries Prehistory and Human Ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca. Classic Period Agricultural Intensification and Domestic Life at el Palmillo, Valley of Oaxaca, MexicoHohokam Terraces and Agricultural Production in the Tucson Basin, Arizona.
In Prehistoric Agricultural Strategies in the Agricultural intensification and prehistoric health in the Valley of Oaxaca The Prehispanic Settlement Patterns in Tlacolula, Etla, and Ocotlán, the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico Cited by: Author(s): Hodges,Denise C Title(s): Agricultural intensification and prehistoric health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico/ by Denise C.
Hodges. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, Classic Period Agricultural Intensification and Domestic Life at el Palmillo, Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.- The Wet or the Dry?.- Agricultural Intensification in the Lake Patzcuaro Basin Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico Excavations at Cerro Tilcajete: A Monte Albán II Administrative Center in the Valley of Oaxaca Monte Albán’s Hinterland, Part II: Prehispanic Settlement Patterns in Tlacolula, Etla, and Ocotlan, the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.
The Central Valleys (Spanish: Valles Centrales) of Oaxaca, also simply known as the Oaxaca Valley, is a geographic region located within the modern-day state of Oaxaca in southern an administrative context, it has been defined as comprising the districts of Etla, Centro, Zaachila, Zimatlán, Ocotlán, Tlacolula and Ejutla.
The valley, which is located within the Sierra Madre Inscription: (34th Session). View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico" The Ait Ayash of the High Molouya Plain.
Healthy but mortal: human biology and the first farmers of western Europe. Mary Jackes (a1), David Lubell Health and agricultural intensification in the prehistoric Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, American Journal of Physical Anthropology – Holden, Cited by: CLASSIC PERIOD AGRICULTURAL INTENSIFICATION AND DOMESTIC LIFE AT EL PALMILLO, VALLEY OF OAXACA, MEXICO Gary M.
Feinman*, Linda M. Nicholas*, and Helen R. Haines** INTRODUCTION The historical relationship between population and agricultural resources is atCited by: : Monte Alban's Hinterland, Part I: The Prehispanic Settlement Patterns of the Central and Southern Parts of the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico (Memoirs) (): Blanton, Richard E., Kowalewski, Stephen, Feinman, Gary: BooksFormat: Paperback.
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The Henderson site burials: Glimpses of a late prehistoric population in the Pecos Valley. By Thomas R. Rocek and John D. Speth. Ann Arbor: The Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan. xx + pp., figures, tables, appendices. $ (paper). points of human occupation since prehistoric times.
In the past the emergence of social complexity in the Valley of Oaxaca and Valley of Mexico was thought to be a result of rich valley environments, where nearby lakes or high water tables enabled the adoption and development of agriculture (Palerm ,; Palerm and Wolf : Excavations at Santo Domingo Tolmaltepec:Evolution of a Formative Community in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico (Prehistory and human ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca, 6) (): Whalon, Michael E.: Books.
Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico. Ann Arbor: Memo Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan. Ann Arbor: Memo Museum of Anthropology, University of by: 1. Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico Denise C.
Hodges University of Michigan Press, Library of Congress GN2.M52 no. 22 | Dewey Decimal Alliance and Landscape on Perry Mesa in the Fourteenth Century David R.
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This is a study of agricultural intensification on the household scale in a Mixtec cacicazgo of Oaxaca, Mexico, during the Postclassic period (A.D. Prehispanic colonization of the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico Article (PDF Available) in Human Ecology 14(2) May with 65 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
A Demographic Study of Cholula, Mexico, from the Late Postclassic and the Colonial Period of to PhD dissertation, State University of Pennsylvania, UM # Hodges, Denise Carrol: Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico.
PhD dissertation, SUNY Alba ny, UM # Kane. Prehistory and Human Ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca, Volume 9: Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico. Denise C. Hodges. Clark Spencer Larsen; Pages: ; First Published: 01 December : Early Formative Pottery of the Valley of Oaxaca (Volume 27) (Memoirs) (): Flannery, Kent V., Marcus, Joyce: BooksFormat: Paperback.
View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Agricultural Intensification and Prehistoric Health in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico" 8. The Ait Ayash of the High Molouya Plain. The Prehistoric Caves of Yagul and Mitla in the central valley of Oaxaca is an extensive cultural landscape that includes caves and shelters, one of which, the Guilá Naquitz cave has provided extraordinarily well preserved botanical evidence of bottle gourds, beans and squash and the earliest known maize cobs, and two others, Cueva Blanca and.
Pyramid of the Sun, largest city in prehistoric Americas at the time:people @ AD. Craft workshops: obsidian, stone, shell, ceramics. Massive size (20 sqkm), large population, geometric city plan, hierarchical settlement and architecture, Oaxaca barrio: foreign enclave.
Street of the dead. Classic Period Figurines from the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, and Their Contexts (Gary M. Feinman and Linda M. Nicholas, ). The Wisconsin Archaeologist (1–2): – Article. Click on the title to browse this issue. Mueller, Raymond G., Arthur A. Joyce, and Aleksander Borejsza Alluvial Archives of the Nochixtl an Valley, Oaxaca, Mexico: Age and Significance for Reconstructions of Environmental Change.
each with differing needs for agricultural intensification due to differences in the distribution and extent of soils good for farming. In the San Lucas River Valley, characterized by the extensive distribution of relatively flat-lying soils good for agriculture, a km.
survey recordedFile Size: 4MB. The time of initial lama-bordo development has been difficult to establish, but a single date of – cal BP (Beta) recently was reported for soil organic carbon immediately underlying a lama-bordo near Nochixtlán, Oaxaca, which is “one of the earliest agricultural features in Mexico recorded in stratigraphic context” (Mueller et al., ; pp.
& ).Cited by: Winner, Julian Steward Award, Anthropology & Environment Section, American Anthropological Association, Zapotec farmers in the northern sierra of Oaxaca, Mexico, are highly successful in providing their families with abundant, nutritious food in an ecologically sustainable fashion, although the premises that guide their agricultural practices would be considered/5.
Start studying ANTH 11 Final Exam. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The Mixteca Alta in Oaxaca is one of the regions in Mexico where early agricultural development took place.
Soil dating from the bases of lamabordos, or channel terrace systems 1, indicate that. Map showing location of the Valley of Nejapa within Oaxaca, Mexico. Mapa de ubicación del valle de Nejapa en Oaxaca, México.
Moving toward public archaeology in the Nejapa valley of Oaxaca, Mexico AprilKing also documented several collec-tions of artifacts that were being held by both private.
(State of Mexico), near Toluca 17 3. Local market at Tlacolula, Valley of Oaxaca 20 4. Olmec sculpturefrom the Jalapa Anthropology Museum, Veracruz 26 5. Zapotec pyramid at Monte Alba´n, Valley of Oaxaca 30 6.
Maya pyramid at Uxmal, Yucata´n 35 7. The Coixtlahuaca Valley in Oaxaca, Mexico Current Research in Archaeology, History, Ethnology and Document Analysis. The theme of the International Conference is the History and Archaeology of the Coixtlahuaca Valley in Oaxaca, Mexico from the pre-Hispanic period until the present.
More information: Elsa M. Redmond et al. Ancient palace complex (– BC) discovered in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences ().DOI: /pnas.
agricultural intensification, with obvious signs of environmental wear and tear, and with the big fact of Classic Maya culture history, the dramatic political and demographic collapse that began in the eighth century. We are increasingly aware of earlier and more localized ones File Size: 5MB.The Marquessate of the Valley of Oaxaca (Spanish: Marquesado del Valle de Oaxaca) is a hereditary marquessal title in the Spanish nobility and a former seignorial estate in New was granted to Don Hernán Cortés, conquistador who led the conquest of the Aztec Empire, by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor in Despite its name, the marquessate covered a much larger area than the Valley First holder: Hernán Cortés.Excavation of Aztec-period agricultural features at the sites of Capilco and Cuexcomate in Morelos) Mexico) provides new data on the construction) function) and significance of agricultural terraces in Late Post classic central by: