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Maya Civilization Bibliography

Bibliographic References from Anaya Hernadez through Hammond

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Caracol, Maya Archaeological Site, Belize

Caracol, Maya Archaeological Site, Belize

Tony Beeman
Anaya Hernandez, Armonado, Stanley P. Guenter, and Marc U. Zender. 2003. Sak Tz'i', a Classic Maya center: A locational model based on GIS and epigraphy. Latin American Antiquity 14(2):179-191.

Andrews, E. W. 1969. The archaeological use and distribution of Mollusca in the Maya lowlands. Middle American Research Institute Publication 34. New Orleans, Tulane University.

Aoyama, Kazuo. 1995. Microwear analysis in the southeast Maya Lowlands: Two case studies at Copan, Honduras. Latin American Antiquity 6(2):129-144.

Armitage, Ruth A., et al. 2001. Mass Spectrometric Radiocarbon Dates from Three Rock Paintings of Known Age. American Antiquity 66(3):471-480.

Baker, Mary. 1992. Capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus) and the ancient Maya. Ancient Mesoamerica 3219-228.

Becker, M. J. 1973. Archaeological evidence for occupational specialization among Classic Maya at Tikal, Guatemala. American Antiquity 38:396-406.

Biese, Leo P. and Emilio Iannuccillo. 1979. The reduction of Maya Long Count dates and Calendar round position to their Gregorian equivalents. American Antiquity 44(4):784-791.

Braswell, Geoffrey E., et al. 2004. The rise of secondary states in the southeastern periphery of the Maya world: A report on recent archaeological and epigraphic research at Pusilha, Belize. Ancient Mesoamerica 15(2):219-233.

Castaneda, Quetzil E. 2004. Art-writing int eh Modern Maya art world of Chichen Itza. American Ethnologist 31(1):21-42.

Chandler, Dana R. 2002. X'Kala-ka: A New Mayan Site. Central States Archaeological Journal 49(1):18-28.

Chibnik, Michael. 2000. Ethnicity, politics, and history in Mexico and Central America. Reviews in Anthropology 28309-325.

Chincilla Mazariegos, Oswaldo. 1998. Archaeology and nationalism in Guatemala at the time of independence. Antiquity 72376-386.

de Montmollin, Olivier. 1989. Land tenure and politics in the late/terminal classic Rosario Valley, Chiapas, Mexico. Journal of Anthropological Research 45(3):293-314.

Deal, Michael. 1982. Functional variation of Maya spiked vessels: A practical guide. American Antiquity 47(3):614-633.

Dorfman, John. 1998. Getting their hands dirty? Archaeologists and the looting trade. Lingua Franca May-June28-36.

Dornan, Jennifer. 2004. Blood from the Moon: Gender Ideology and the Rise of Ancient Maya Social Complexity. Gender and History 16(2):459-475.

Doty, David C. 1979 A new Mayan Long Count-Gregorian conversion computer program. American Antiquity 44(4):780-783.

Drucker, Phillip and John W. Fox 1982 Swidden didn' make all that midden: The search for ancient Mayan agronomies. Journal of Anthropological Research 38(2):179-183.

Fedick, Scott L. 1994. Ancient Maya agricultural terracing in the Upper Belize River Area. Ancient Mesoamerica 5:107-127.

Fox, John W., Garrett W. Cook, Arlen F. Chase, and Diane Z. Chase. 1996. The Maya State: Centralized or segmentary? Current Anthropology 37(5):795-830.

Gillespie, Susan. 2000. Rethinking ancient Maya social organization: Replacing "Lineage" with "House". American Anthropologist 102(3):467-484.

Gillespie, Susan D. 2001. Personhood, agency, and mortuary ritual: A case study from the ancient Maya. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 20(1):73-112.

Gillespie, Susan D. 2000. Rethinking Ancient Maya Social Organization: Replacing "Lineage" with "House". American Anthropologist 102(3):467-485.

Green, Ernestine L. 1973. Location analysis of prehistoric Maya sites in Northern British Honduras. American Antiquity 38(3):279-293.

Grube, Nicole. 1992. Classic Maya dance: Evidence from hieroglyphs and iconography. Ancient Mesoamerica 3:201-218.

Hammond, Norman. 1974. The distribution of Late Classic Maya major ceremonial centers in the central area. In Mesoamerican Archaeology: New Approaches. Norman Hammond, ed. Pp. 313-334. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Hammond, Norman and Matthew R. Bobo. 1994. Pilgrimage's last mile: Late Maya monument veneration at La Milpa, Belize. World Archaeology 26(1):19-34.

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