Appel, Jill. A Summary of the ethnohistoric information relevant to the interpretation of Late Postclassic settlement pattern data, the Central and Valle Grande survey zones

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Title: A Summary of the ethnohistoric information relevant to the interpretation of Late Postclassic settlement pattern data, the Central and Valle Grande survey zones

Published in: Monte Albán's hinterland, part 1:the prehispanic settlement patterns of the central and southern parts of the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, by Richard E. Blanton ... [et al.]

Published By: Monte Albán's hinterland, part 1:the prehispanic settlement patterns of the central and southern parts of the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, by Richard E. Blanton ... [et al.] Ann Arbor: Regents of the University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, 1982. 139-148 p.: map

By line: By Jill Appell

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2010. Computer File

Culture: Highland Mesoamerican Late Preclassic (NY42)

Subjects: Comparative evidence (171); Historical reconstruction (174);

Abstract: Appell uses published primary sources to supplement the archaeological data for Period V. As she discusses the Postclassic, this source is mainly outside the time period for the Late Preclassic. This source is best used to explore the possible ways local and regional administration and exchange operated before the Postclassic and perhaps even to reconstruct the ways these institutions worked in the Preclassic.

Document Number: 22

Document ID: ny42-022

Document Type: Component part(s), monograph

Language: English

Field Date: 1971-1975

Evaluation: Archaeologist-4

Analyst: Sarah Berry; 2008

Coverage Date: Postclassic period

Coverage Place: Valley of Oaxaca; Mexico

LCSH: Indians of Mexico--Mexico--Oaxaca Valley--Antiquities/Land settlement patterns, Prehistoric--Mexico--Oaxaca Valley/Oaxaca Valley (Mexico)--Antiquities/Mexico--Antiquities

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