City, Craft, and Residence in Mesoamerica

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This timely volume explores the everyday lives of ancient Mesoamerican people from the Formative through the Postclassic. In honor of Dan Healan, who devoted his life’s work to this theme, several notable scholars present novel research to reconstruct how households produced and exchanged goods; how they carried out private and public rituals; how they built their residences and neighborhoods; organized their towns and cities; earned a living; observed the stars; and even fomented resistance within the powerful Maya, Aztec, Tarascan, Toltec, and Zapotec states.

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Full Title: Publication 72, City, Craft, and Residence in Mesoamerica: Research Papers Presented in Honor of Dan M. Healan
Author: Ronald K. Faulseit, Nezahualcoyotl Xiuhtecutli, and Haley Holt Mehta (editors)
Date Published: 2018

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This timely volume explores the everyday lives of ancient Mesoamerican people from the Formative through the Postclassic. In honor of Dan Healan, who devoted his life’s work to this theme, several notable scholars present novel research to reconstruct how households produced and exchanged goods; how they carried out private and public rituals; how they built their residences and neighborhoods; organized their towns and cities; earned a living; observed the stars; and even fomented resistance within the powerful Maya, Aztec, Tarascan, Toltec, and Zapotec states.