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The Valley of Mexico

Studies in Pre-Hispanic Ecology and Society

Edited by Eric R. Wolf

The Valley of Mexico1976. 352 pp., 16 figures, 20 maps, 12 tables, notes, references, index, 6 x 91976. 352 pp., 16 figures, 20 maps, 12 tables, notes, references, index, 6 x 9

The chapters in this volume present an important contemporary interpretation of the cultural and archaeological legacy of the Valley of Mexico, a rich and ancient place where the presence of the past is all around. The contributors apply a powerful explanatory model for the development of civilization in terms of environment, population growth, food production, settlement, social differentiation and hierarchy, along with the importance of local and regional interactions involving trade.


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Contributors: Richard E. Blanton, Edward E. Calnek, Richard A. Diehl, Michael H. Logan, René Millon, Jeffrey R. Parsons, Barbara J. Price, William T. Sanders, Eric R. Wolf

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