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ChanAn Ancient Maya Farming Community$

Cynthia Robin

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780813039831

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2012

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813039831.001.0001

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(p.ix) Figures

(p.ix) Figures

Source:
Chan
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University Press of Florida

  1. 1.1. Location of the Chan site / 9

  2. 1.2. Location of excavation areas / 10

  3. 1.3. Chan Nòohol / 13

  4. 2.1. Xunantunich transect archaeological 1 / 21

  5. 2.2. Topography and settlement / 23

  6. 2.3. Middle Preclassic settlement / 29

  7. 2.4. Late Preclassic settlement / 31

  8. 2.5. Terminal Preclassic settlement / 31

  9. 2.6. Early Classic settlement / 33

  10. 2.7. Early Late Classic settlement / 33

  11. 2.8. Late Late Classic settlement / 34

  12. 2.9. Terminal Classic settlement / 36

  13. 2.10. Early Postclassic settlement / 37

  14. 3.1. Boden and Cadle Ceramic Complexes / 49

  15. 3.2. Potts and Burrell Ceramic Complexes / 52

  16. 3.3. Jalacte Ceramic Complex / 55

  17. 3.4. Pesoro Ceramic Complex / 56

  18. 3.5. Pesoro and Vieras Ceramic Complexes / 58

  19. 3.6. Tu-Tu Camp Striated and Cayo Unslipped ceramics / 59

  20. 4.1. Operation 4 terraces / 79

  21. 4.2. Springhouse / 80

  22. 4.3. Operation 20 terrace / 83

  23. 5.1. Light micrographs of plant remains / 96

  24. 5.2. Scanning electron micrographs of carbonized wood / 101

  25. 6.1. Community center / 115

  26. 6.2. Tikal Twin Pyramid Complex, Group 4E-4 / 117

  27. 6.3. Central east structure of E-Group / 121

  28. 6.4. Bedrock caches and Burial 1 / 127

  29. 6.5. Early Postclassic shrine / 129

  30. 7.1. Community center and leading family residences / 135

  31. 7.2. Residential phosphorus concentrations / 139

  32. (p.x) 7.3. Ritual phosphorus concentrations / 140

  33. 7.4. Central rooms of audiencia / 143

  34. 8.1. West Plaza excavation areas / 157

  35. 8.2. West Plaza macro- and microceramics / 158

  36. 8.3. West Plaza chert macro- and microlithics / 160

  37. 8.4. West Plaza west mosaic pavement / 161

  38. 9.1. Northeast Group / 174

  39. 9.2. Northeast Group hearth deposit / 180

  40. 9.3. Northeast Group jade objects / 185

  41. 10.1. C-199 chert lithic workshop / 199

  42. 11.1. Quarry locations / 211

  43. 11.2. Quarry excavation areas / 212

  44. 11.3. Quarries A and C / 212

  45. 11.4. House C-010.1 / 214

  46. 11.5. House C-011.1 / 215

  47. 12.1. Burial 1 / 235

  48. 12.2. Burial 16 / 238

  49. 12.3. Burial 3 / 242

  50. 12.4. Burial 5 / 243

  51. 13.1. Perforated shell artifacts / 257

  52. 13.2. Jutes (common river snail) / 258

  53. 13.30. Shell ornaments from burials / 261

  54. 13.4. Cache 9 cutout figures / 262

  55. 13.5. Shell bead production sequence / 267

  56. 13.6. Shell ornament distribution / 268

  57. 14.1. Obsidian source temporal distribution / 278

  58. 14.2. Obsidian sources: community center / 281

  59. 14.3. Obsidian sources: settlement households / 282

  60. 14.4. Obsidian sources: leading family households / 283

  61. 14.5. Obsidian sources: ceremonial contexts / 284

  62. 14.6 Obsidian sources: domestic contexts / 284

  63. 15.1. Artifacts from Cadle Complex burials / 295

  64. 15.2. Artifacts associated with Burial 8 / 296

  65. 15.3. Artifacts associated with Burials 9 and 6 / 297

  66. 15.4. Artifacts from caches / 300