Maya and Teotihuacan Reinterpreting Early Classic Interaction
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Description: Investigating a range of Maya sites, including Kaminaljuyu, Copan, Tikal, Altun Ha and Oxkintok, this text demonstrates that the influence of Teotihuacan on the Maya varied in nature and duration from site to site, requiring a range of models to explain the patterns of interaction.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Publication date: 3/1/2004
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|Introduction: Reinterpreting Early Classic Interaction|
|Teotihuacan, Militarism, and Pacific Guatemala|
|Dating Early Classic Interaction between Kaminaljuyu and Central Mexico|
|Understanding Early Classic Interaction between Kaminaljuyu and Central Mexico|
|Founding Events and Teotihuacan Connections at Copan, Honduras|
|Problematical Deposits and the Problem of Interaction: The Material Culture of Tikal during the Early Classic Period Maria Josefa Iglesias|
|Architectural Aspects of Interaction between Tikal and Teotihuacan during the Early Classic Period|
|Images of Power and the Power of Images: Early Classic Iconographic Programs of the Carved Monuments of Tikal|
|Teotihuacan at Altun Ha: Did It Make a Difference?|
|Teotihuacan and Oxkintok: New Perspectives from Yucatan Carmen|
|Tetitla and the Maya Presence at Teotihuacan|
|Teotihuacan and Early Classic Interaction: A Perspective from Outside the Maya Region|
|The Maya and Teotihuacan|