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Early cultures of the valley of Mexico

George Clapp Vaillant

Early cultures of the valley of Mexico

results of the stratigraphical project of the American museum of natural history in the valley of Mexico, 1928-1933

by George Clapp Vaillant

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Published by The American museum of natural history in New York city .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indian pottery -- Mexico.,
  • Archaeology -- Methodology.,
  • Mexico -- Antiquities.,
  • Mexico, Valley of (Mexico)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p.305-328.

    Statementby George C. Vaillant.
    SeriesAnthropological papers of the American museum of natural history. Vol. XXXV, pt.III
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN2 .A27 vol.35, pt.3, F1219.V14 .A27 vol.35, pt.3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p.l., p.281-328.
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16308895M
    LC Control Number36021453

    Archaeologists Flannery and Hole excavated a series of Archaic sites in the Valley of Oaxaca, including Cueva Blanca, as part of a project on the prehistory and human ecology of this region of Mexico. This cave yielded artifacts from the Late Pleistocene through the Early Archaic to . The first civilization in central and north America develops in about BC in the coastal regions of the southern part of the Gulf of Mexico. Known as the Olmec civilization, its early site is at San Lorenzo. From about BC the capital city of the Olmecs moves further east along the Gulf coast to La Venta, an island site in the Tonalá River.

    This book covers divination, figurine-making, and women’s ritual treatment of ancestors in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, from to BC. Read more The Sandy Ridge and Halstead Paleo-Indian Sites: Unifacial Tool Use and Gainey Phase Definition in South-Central Ontario. Among other sites of great antiquity (c. BC) are El Arbolillo, Zacatenco, Tlatilco and Cuicuilco in the Valley of Mexico, and Chupicuaro in the state of Guanajuato. The first significant civilization to develop in Mesoamerica was that of the Olmecs.

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Based upon ten years of research /5(27). The Olmecs were the first Mesoamerican culture to produce an identifiable artistic and cultural style, and may also have been the society that invented writing in Mesoamerica.

By the Middle Preclassic Period (– BC), Olmec artistic styles had been adopted as far away as the Valley of Mexico and Costa Rica. Maya [ edit ]. The history of the Valley of Mexico saw the rise of Aztec settlements, and the economic basis of these people was agriculture in the valley.

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