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Women"s Ritual in Formative Oaxaca

Figurine Making, Divination, Death, and the Ancestors (Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan)

by Joyce Marcus

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Published by University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women"s Studies - General,
  • Sociology,
  • Religion,
  • Social Science,
  • Zapotec women,
  • Zapotec pottery,
  • Themes, motives,
  • Oaxaca Valley,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Mexico,
  • Rites and ceremonies

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages333
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8335609M
    ISBN 100915703483
    ISBN 109780915703487

    Marcus, Joyce Men's and Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca. In Social Patterns in Pre-Classic Mesoamerica, edited by David C. Grove and Rosemary A. Joyce, pp. 67 – .   As a defining characteristic of Mesoamerican civilization, the ballgame has a long and poorly understood history. Because the ballgame is associated with the rise of complex societies, understanding its origins also illuminates the evolution of socio-politically complex societies. Although initial evidence, in the form of ceramic figurines, dates to BCE, and the oldest known ballcourt Cited by: 6.

    La Civilización Zapoteca: Como Evolucionó La Sociedad Urbana en el Valle de Oaxaca (with Kent Flannery). Fondo de Cultura Económica. Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-making, Divination, Death and the Ancestors. Mem Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan.   Marcus, Joyce Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-making, Divination, Death and the Ancestors. Memoirs of the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology, No. University of Michigan, Ann by: 6.

    Marcus, J. Women’s Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-making, Divination, Death, and the Ancestors. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Melgarejo Vivanco, J. L. Los Totonaca y su cultura [The Totonacs and their culture]. Books shelved as oaxaca: Pablo Remembers by George Ancona, Strike Zone by John Scherber, Seasons of My Heart: A Culinary Journey Through Oaxaca, Mexico b.


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This book covers divination, figurine-making, and women's ritual treatment of ancestors in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, from to B.C. Women's ritual was distinguished from men's through excavation strategy: houses, dooryards, activity areas, features, middens and public buildings were excavated and studied as separate units, and context was used to link artifacts with women's by: This book covers divination, figurine-making, and women’s ritual treatment of ancestors in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, from to BC.

This book covers divination, figurine-making, and women’s ritual treatment of ancestors in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, from to BC. Women’s ritual was distinguished from men’s through excavation strategy: houses, dooryards, activity areas, features, middens, and public buildings were excavated and studied as separate units, and context was used to link artifacts with women’s domains.

This book covers divination, figurine-making, and women's ritual treatment of ancestors in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, from to B.C. Women's ritual was distinguished from men's through excavation strategy: houses, dooryards, activity areas, features, middens and public buildings were excavated and studied as separate units, and context was used to link artifacts with women's domains.

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Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-making, divination, death and the ancestors: Memoir «Women’s ritual in Formative Oaxaca: figurine-making, divination, death and the ancestors», Prehistory and Human Ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca, vol.

11, Memoirs of the University of Michigan, Museum of Anthropology, 33, Ann by: 2. Joyce Marcus M This book covers divination, figurine-making, and women’s ritual treatment of ancestors in the Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico, from to BC.

Rituals of Sanctification and Standardized Temples in Oaxaca, Mexico of Hawaiian paramount Kamehameha and his son, Liholiho, witnessed the unification of the Hawaiian. King Stacie M. Early and Middle Formative Figurines from the Valley of Oaxaca.

Paper presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Nashville, TN. Lee Thomas A.

Chiapas and the Olmec. In Regional Perspectives on the Olmec, edited by Sharer Robert J. and Grove David C., by: 9. Corpus ID: This is an extract from: Gender in Pre-Hispanic America @inproceedings{KleinThisIA, title={This is an extract from: Gender in Pre-Hispanic America}, author={Cecelia F.

Klein and Jeffrey Quilter}, year={} }. Middle and Late Formative period artefacts from coastal Oaxaca. (A) Middle Formative body modification and headgear depicted on a figurine from a domestic midden.

This study presents archaeological analyses of Formative period ceramic figurines, whistles, and vessel appliqués from coastal Oaxaca. Because the Formative saw the rise of sedentism and hierarchical social inequality, its material culture is relevant to models of social : Guy David Hepp.

Men's and Women's Ritual. Paper presented at Dumbarton Oaks symposium (organized by D.C. Grove & R. Joyce), Washington, DC. Marcus, J., in prep., Figurines and Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca. J.P. BlomsterContext, cult, and early formative period public ritual in the Mixteca Alta: Analysis of a hollow-baby figurine from Etlatongo, Oaxaca Ancient Mesoamerica, 9 (), pp.

Cited by: Zapotec Civilization: How Urban Society Evolved in Mexico's Oaxaca Valley. Thames and Hudson. ISBN (Kent Flannery と共著) Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-Making, Divination, Death and the Ancestors. University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. ISBN Agricultural Stragtegies.

Cotsen. Early Formative Pottery of the Valley of Oaxaca Women’s Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figure-making, Divination, Death and the Ancestors Excavations at San José Mogote 2: The Cognitive Archaeology.

Formative Period Figurines of Coastal Oaxaca, Mexico,This study presents archaeological analyses of Formative period ceramic figurines, whistles, and vessel appliqués from coastal Oaxaca.

Because the Formative saw the rise of sedentism and hierarchical social inequality, its material culture is relevant to models of social : Guy David Hepp. Women's Ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-making, Divination, Death, and the Ancestors.

Memoirs Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. Prehistory and human ecology of the Valley of Oaxaca: The Sola Valley and the Monte Albán State: a study of Zapotec imperial expansion: Studies in Latin American ethnohistory & archaeology: Women's ritual in formative Oaxaca: figurine-making, divination, death and the ancestors: Zapotec civilization: how urban society evolved in Mexico's.Women's ritual in Formative Oaxaca: Figurine-making, divination, death and the ancestors, Memoirs of the Museum of AnthropologyUniversity of Michigan 33 () Google Scholar 46Cited by:   The Mixtec were one of the original Mesoamerican civilizations (1, 2), but until recently little was known about the archaeological precursors of Mixtec cities and states (3–5).The discovery of cremated human burials (≈ B.C.) from excavations at Tayata, an early village in the Mixteca Alta of Oaxaca, Mexico, suggests that status-marking funerary rites existed centuries before urban Cited by: