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The Archaeology of Lower Central America

Edited by Fredrick W. Lange and Doris Z. Stone

The Archaeology of Lower Central America1984. 490 pp., 12 maps, 49 figures, 9 tables, 10 appendices, notes, references, index, 6 x 91984. 490 pp., 12 maps, 49 figures, 9 tables, 10 appendices, notes, references, index, 6 x 9

This book provides a much-needed overview of the archaeological past, present, and future of lower Central America. It addresses questions such as why the region never produced complex societies like its neighbors to the north and south and takes up themes such as ecological adaptation and subsistence, trade, and sociopolitical development.

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Contributors: Warwick Bray, Richard Cooke, Robert P. Drolet, Wolfgang Haberland, Paul F. Healy, Frederick W. Lange, Robert J. Sharer, Payson D. Sheets, M. J. Snarskis, Doris Z. Stone, Gordon R. Willey

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