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Investigaciones arqueológicas en sitios rurales de la época azteca en Morelos

by Michael Ernest Smith

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Published by University of Pittsburgh, Dept. of Anthropology in Pittsburgh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Morelos (Mexico : State),
  • Mexico,
  • Morelos.
    • Subjects:
    • Aztec architecture.,
    • Aztecs -- Antiquities.,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Mexico -- Morelos.,
    • Morelos (Mexico : State) -- Antiquities.,
    • Mexico -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesInvestigaciones arqueológicas en sitios rurales de la época azteca en Morelos.
      StatementMichael E. Smith ; with contributions by Cynthia Heath-Smith ... [et al.] ; Spanish translation by Ana María Boza-Arlotti.
      SeriesUniversity of Pittsburgh memoirs in Latin American archaeology ;, no. 4
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1219.76.A74 S65 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1564138M
      ISBN 101877812064
      LC Control Number91045765

      Archaeological sites associated with the Aztec civilization and culture — of Postclassic Mesoamerica in Mexico. Teotlalpan‎ (2 C, 1 P) Texcoco (altepetl)‎ (1 C, 10 P) Pages in category "Aztec sites" The following 35 pages are in this category, out of 35 total. Journal of Archaeological Research Smith ME & M. Lind. Xoo-Phase Ceramics from Oaxaca Found at Calixtlahuaca in Central Mexico. Ancient Mesoamerica (published in ). Smith ME. City Size in Late Postclassic Mesoamerica. Journal of Urban History Smith ME. Life in the Provinces of the Aztec Empires.

        Smith, Michael E. Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico. Volume 1, Excavations and Architecture / Investigaciones arqueológicas en sitios rurales de la época Azteca en Morelos, Tomo 1, excavaciones y by: 6. All materials date to the Aztec period, ca. AD It consists of volume 2 of the entire final report of the project; the first volume was published as: Smith, Michael E. () Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico. Volume 1, .

        This paper applies the interdisciplinary approaches of commodity chain, commodity circuit, and commodity network analyses—common in sociology, anthropology, and geography—to cotton cloth in the Aztec economy to demonstrate how these techniques can enrich archaeological understandings of ancient economies. Commodity chain analysis Author: John K. Millhauser, Lisa Overholtzer. Michael E. Smith is an archaeologist with two research themes: (1) The Aztecs, Teotihuacan, and other societies in ancient central Mexico, and, (2) comparative urbanism. He has directed fieldwork projects at numerous sites in the provinces of the Aztec empire in central Mexico.


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Archaeological research at Aztec-period rural sites in Morelos, Mexico = by Michael Ernest Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

Archaeological Research at Aztec-period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico, Vol. 1 (University of Pittsburgh Memoirs in Latin American Archaeology, No. 4) (English and Spanish Edition) (Spanish) by. Michael Ernest Smith (Author) › Visit Amazon's Michael Ernest Smith Page.

Michael E. Smith, a professor in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at ASU, is an archaeologist with two research themes: the Aztecs, Teotihuacan and other societies in ancient central Mexico; and comparative urbanism.

He has directed fieldwork projects at numerous sites in the provinces of the Aztec empire in central Mexico. The Paperback of the Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico, Volume 1: Excavations and Architecture = InvestigacionesAuthor: Michael Ernest Smith.

This page describes the book, Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico. This is an archaeological site report on excavations at the site of Cuexcomate and Capilco by Dr. Michael E. Smith. Archaeological research at Aztec-period rural sites in Morelos, Mexico = Investigaciones arqueológicas en sitios rurales de la época azteca en Morelos.

[Michael Ernest Smith] Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Within the framework provided by the chronicles and by monument archaeology, Smith (Architectural Research of Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico, Vol.

1, Univ. of Pittsburgh, ) summarizes the results of archaeological research conducted largely in the past 30 years into the everyday lives of ordinary people in the villages, hamlets, and farmsteads from many regions of central Mexico/5(15).

This page describes archaeological excavations at the rural sites of Cuexcomate and Capilco in the Mexican state of Morelos, with information on peasant life in the Aztec period. These sites pertain to the Tlahuica culture, one of the regional ethnic groups of the Aztec culture. Smith, Michael E.

The Aztecs, 2nd edition. Blackwell Publishers, Oxford. Smith, Michael E. Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico. Volume 1, Excavations and Architecture / Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Sitios Rurales de la Epoca Azteca en Morelos, Tomo 1.

Abstract. To understand Aztec society most scholars have relied heavily on the rich and abundant documents written during the 16th and 17th centuries. But new archaeological fieldwork is yielding data that supplement the documents; it offers new insights into Aztec society that contribute to comparative studies of complex by: Architectural Patterns at Aztec Sites in Mexico/Smith et al.

for the Late Postclassic, or Aztec, period in central Mexico. Archaeological surveys indicate a dense rural population at this time (Sanders, Parsons, and Santley ), and intensive surface collections reveal rural pro-duction of obsidian and probably other utilitarian.

Within the framework provided by the chronicles and by monument archaeology, Smith (Architectural Research of Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico, Vol. 1, Univ. of Pittsburgh, ) summarizes the results of archaeological research conducted largely in the past 30 years into the everyday lives of ordinary people in the villages, hamlets, and farmsteads /5(15).

Books; Aztec Archaeology and Ethnohistory; Aztec Archaeology and Ethnohistory MATERIAL EXPRESSIONS OF WEALTH AND SOCIAL CLASS AT AZTEC-PERIOD SITES IN MORELOS, MEXICO.

Ancient Mesoamerica, Vol. 27, Issue. 1, p. 'Anthropologist Frances Berdan draws on her decades of ethnohistoric research that she combines with the latest Cited by: The architecture dates to the Early Aztec period (as determined by the ceramics). The pyramid is one of the few surviving examples of the Aztec twin-stair pyramid style popular in the Early Aztec period, AD (the Mexica Templo Mayor of Tenochtitlan, located in modern Mexico City, was a Late Aztec structure built in the earlier style).

The Archaeological Study of Empires and Imperialism in Pre-Hispanic Central Mexico. Andrews V (Ed.), Research and reflections in archaeology and history: Essays in honor of Doris Stone, Middle American Research Institute, Tulane Univ, New Orleans (), pp.

Archaeological research at Aztec-period rural sites in Morelos Cited by: Excavations conducted by the Postclassic Morelos Archaeological Project in western Morelos, Mexico, have recovered data on stone architecture during the Late Postclassic, or Aztec, period at three sites: Cuexcomate (a town settlement); Capilco (a village); and Site 3 (a farmstead).Cited by: Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico, Vol.

Excavations and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh Monographs in Latin American Archaeology, No. 4, Pittsburgh. Google ScholarCited by: Smith, Michael E.,Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico.

Volume 1, Excavations and Architecture. University of Pittsburgh Memoirs in Latin American Archaeology, Vol. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.

Google ScholarCited by: Fernández-Götz, Manuel and Ralston, Ian The Complexity and Fragility of Early Iron Age Urbanism in West-Central Temperate Europe.

Journal. Michael E. Smith (Derbyshire) Michael Ernest Smith (born ) is an American archaeologist working primarily with Aztec and general Mesoamerican archaeology. He has written numerous scholarly articles about central Mexican archaeology as well as several books about the Aztecs, among them a widely used textbook (Smith )/5.

Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico. Volume 1, Excavations and Architecture / Investigaciones arqueológicas en sitios rurales de la época Azteca en Morelos, Tomo 1, excavaciones y arquitectura.

Memoirs in Latin American Archaeology, vol. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh. Residential Terrace Excavations at El Palmillo, Oaxaca, Mexico Article (PDF Available) in Antiquity 76() March with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Wikimedia Commons has media related to Archeological sites in Morelos.

Archaeological sites located in the state of Morelos — in central Mexico. Pages in category "Archaeological sites in Morelos" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total. In Archaeological Research at Aztec-Period Rural Sites in Morelos, Mexico.

Volume 1, Excavations and Architecture / Investigaciones Arqueológicas en Sitios Rurales de la Época Azteca en Morelos, Tomo 1, Excavaciones y Arquitectura, edited by Smith, Michael E., pp. – University of Pittsburgh Monographs in Latin American Archaeology Cited by: 6.