Mesoamerican


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a member of one of the various peoples inhabiting Mesoamerica

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Then there are the imagery and techniques that thread together Mesoamerican cultures: stylised animal forms, figurines carved from jade or stone, or modelled in clay, masks of humans and gods, incised standing stones, and the heavy paraphernalia of the ubiquitous ball game, with its tiny hoop through which it seems impossible that the rubber sphere ever passed.
The conquistadors also benefited immensely from internal rivalries among the Aztecs and other Mesoamericans, and the catastrophic spread of disease.
It has two gene pools as Mesoamerican and Andean (Duran et al.
The book will appeal to art historians, historians, anthropologists, and even archaeologists interested in ancient and modern P'urhepecha culture as well as to those interested in colonial Mesoamerican texts, changing legal systems, and political issues and patterns of governance.
The Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second largest in the world after the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is home to more than 65 species of stony coral, 350 species of mollusk and more than 500 species of fish.
Revision of the Mesoamerican Genus Cataractocoris Usinger (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Nepomorpha: Naucoridae).
Mexican cuisine is primarily a fusion of indigenous Mesoamerican cooking with European, especially Spanish, elements added after the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire in the 16th century.
Roatan lies on the southern edge of the second largest barrier reef in the world, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System that stretches from Mexico to Panama.
INGUIAT has been strengthening ties with Mexico, Costa Rica and Nicaragua, efforts that gave way to the Mesoamerican Route introduced in January 2014.
The Ritual Practice of Time: Philosophy and Sociopolitics of Mesoamerican Calendars
New York (CruiseGuide Cruising & Travel Features) Mon, Jan 20, 2014 - For the first time, an international cruise departed on January 15 from a Costa Rican port to tour the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, as part of the regional strategy called Mesoamerican Cruise Route, sponsored by the Costa Rica Tourism Board together with port and tourism authorities of the countries.
Yepez reads Olson's volume Letters for Origin as ethnographic "projectivism," and his journeys into Mexico and its Mesoamerican past as the colonization of indigenous America's mythic past for a fresh batch of occulted "neomemories"--the selective accounts of history recycled to fit a linear, and thus reversible, model of time.
Mesoamerican Memory: Enduring Systems of Remembrance, edited by Amos Megged and Stephanie Wood.
The Mesoamerican population who lived near the indigenous cultivation sites of the 'Chocolate tree' (Theobromo cacao) had a multitude of documented applications of chocolate as medicine, ranging from alleviating fatigue to preventing heart ailments to treating snakebite.
There is no denying the striking similarities between Ceibal and La Venta, such as evidence of similar ritual practices and the presence of similar architecture -- namely the pyramids that would come to be the hallmark of Mesoamerican civilization but did not exist at the earlier Olmec center of San Lorenzo.