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archaeological survey of Chihuahua, Mexico.

E. B. Sayles

archaeological survey of Chihuahua, Mexico.

by E. B. Sayles

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Published by Priv. print. for the Medallion, Gila Pueblo in Globe, Ariz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chihuahua (Mexico : State) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMedallion papers -- no. 22.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 119 p.
    Number of Pages119
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17774931M

    The Chihuahua Handbook by Ph.D. D. Caroline Coile (3 times) Mexico's Copper Canyon: Barranca del Cobre, Canyon Train Adventure, Sierra Tarhumara by Richard D. Fisher (3 times) Crónica de un país bárbaro by Fernando Jordán (2 times). Archaeological background The first major project pertaining to the Chihuahua Culture was conducted by Charles Di Peso and colleagues during the late ’s and early ’s (Di Peso, ). Their work was primarily concerned with the site of Paquimé (Casas Grandes), now a World Heritage site and the most renowned Mexican archaeological site north of Mesoamerica by: 1.

      This article surveys research in Northwest Mexico (Sonora and Chihuahua), with an emphasis on the Early Agricultural period to the Late Prehistoric period. Middle range societies that are diverse in scale and organization characterize this region. Significant advancements in our understanding of these societies have been made in recent years, but substantial challenges remain in building Cited by: 3. Casas Grandes (Spanish for Great Houses; also known as Paquimé) is a prehistoric archaeological site in the northern Mexican state of uction of the site is attributed to the Mogollon Grandes has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is under the purview of INAH.. Casas Grandes is one of the largest and most complex Mogollon culture sites in the on: Chihuahua, Mexico.

      Chihuahua City, the capital of the state, was originally named San Felipe el Real de Chihuahua. Today, it is affectionately called Lady of the Desert. The city was founded in . Robert Wauchope (Decem – Janu ) was a well-respected American archaeologist and anthropologist, whose academic research specialized in the prehistory and archaeology of Latin America, Mesoamerica, and the Southwestern United States.


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