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Perspectives on Ancient Maya Rural Complexity

Edited by Gyles Iannone
Edited by Samuel V. Connell

Settlement archaeology in the Maya area has focused much of its attention on the polar extremes of the settlement continuum. As a result of this urban/rural bias, a whole range of complex rural settlements remain under-explored. The chapters in this volume highlight the variable quality of these "middle level settlements".


Gyles Iannone is an assistant professor of anthropology at Trent University.

Samuel V. Connell is a research associate with the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Published By The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press

8.5 x 11 in. 160 pages 66 figures, 10 tables