Excavated households excavated lives : social reproduction, identity, and everyday life for the ancient Maya in northwestern Belize
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Geoarchaeological and archaeobotanical approaches to human-environmental interactions during the Archaic to Preclassic Periods in Northwestern Belize Aebersold, Luisa (2015-05-06)This report reviews human-environmental interactions in Northwestern Belize during the transition from Archaic (8000 to 4000 B.P.) to Preclassic periods (4000 B.P. to 2000 B.P.). Specifically, the transition of subsistence ...
Reconstructing migration : using isotopic analysis to examine ancient Maya mobility in Northwestern Belize Locker, Angelina Jean; 0000-0003-1388-5656 (2015-05-20)Isotopic analysis has proven to be beneficial to the field of archaeology, aiding in the understanding of changing climatic conditions, diet, and mobility. This report proposes the use of Oxygen and Strontium isotope ...