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Title Archaeometallurgy in Mesoamerica [electronic resource] : current approaches and new perspectives / edited by Aaron N. Shugar and Scott E. Simmons.
OCLC EBC3039785
ISBN 9781607322009 (cloth alkaline paper)
9781607322108 (e-book)
Publisher Boulder : University Press of Colorado, 2013.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 258 p.) : ill., maps.
LC Subject heading/s Indian metal-work -- Mexico -- History -- To 1500.
Indian metal-work -- Central America -- History -- To 1500.
Metallurgy in archaeology -- Mexico.
Metallurgy in archaeology -- Central America.
Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities.
Indians of Central America -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Mexico.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Central America.
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Electronic books
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Archaeometallurgy in Ancient Mesoamerica / Scott E. Simmons and Aaron N. Shugar -- An Interdisciplinary Survey of a Copper-Smelting Site in West Mexico : The Case of Jicalán el Viejo, Michoacán / Hans Roskamp and Mario Retiz -- Mining and Metallurgy, and the Evidence for Their Development in West Mexico / Blanca Maldonado -- The Production of Copper at El Coyote, Honduras : Processing, Dating, and Political Economy / Patricia Urban, Aaron N. Shugar, Laura Richardson, and Edward Schortman -- Late Prehistoric K'iche' Metal Working at Utatlán, Guatemala / John M. Weeks -- Archaeometallurgy at Lamanai, Belize : New Discoveries and Insights from the Southern Maya Lowland Area / Scott E. Simmons and Aaron N. Shugar -- Breaking the Mold : The Socioeconomic Significance of Metal Artifacts at Mayapán / Elizabeth H. Paris and Carlos Peraza Lope -- How "Real" Does It Get? Portable XRF Analysis of Thin-Walled Copper Bells from the Aztec Templo Mayor, Tenochtitlán, Mexico / Niklas Schulze -- Mesoamerican Metallurgy Today / Dorothy Hosler.
Reproduction note Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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