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The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan

Evelyn Childs Rattray

The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan

by Evelyn Childs Rattray

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Published by Instituto de Estudios Avanzados, Universidad de las Americas in Puebla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Teotihuacán Site (San Juan Teotihuacán, Mexico),
  • Monte Alban Site (Mexico),
  • Mexico,
  • Oaxaca Valley,
  • San Juan Teotihuacán
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Oaxaca Valley -- Commerce.,
    • Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- San Juan Teotihuacán -- Antiquities.,
    • Teotihuacán Site (San Juan Teotihuacán, Mexico),
    • Monte Alban Site (Mexico)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEvelyn Childs Rattray.
      SeriesMonografías mesoamericanas ;, no. 1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1219.1.T27 R36 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 90 p. :
      Number of Pages90
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1206552M
      ISBN 10968625420X
      LC Control Number94201413
      OCLC/WorldCa30947217

        Monte Albán (span. weißer Berg) war die Hauptstadt der Zapoteken und liegt 10 km entfernt von der Stadt Oaxaca de Juárez im gleichnamigen Bundesstaat Oaxaca ().Monte Albán liegt m über dem Meeresspiegel auf einer künstlich abgeflachten Bergkuppe und war das religiöse Zentrum der Zapoteken, später der Blütezeit liegt zwischen und n. Chr. Die Anfänge der Las urnas del barrio zapoteca de Teotihuacan Javier Urcid Serrano Los zapotecas que emigraron a Teotihuacan hacia finales del siglo II d.C. rindieron culto a sus ancestros: los enterraron, según era costumbre en su tierra natal, acompañados por vasijas con efigies humanas que personificaban concepciones fundamentales en la antigua ideología

      Test Excavations. Tlailotlacan: The Oaxaca Barrio of Teotihuacan. The N[subscript 4]W[subscript 3] Crematory. Social Units of the City. Statistical Techniques. La Ventilla B. The Apartment Compounds of the Northwest Quarter. App. B. Miscellaneous Surface Finds; App. C. Tlachinolpan, Teotihuacan Mapping Project, and The presence of Oaxacan ceramics at Teotihuacan in the Early Classic period is well known. Parts of the “Oaxaca barrio ” (or Tlailotlacan), where these materials are concentrated, have been excavated (Spence , ), revealing a tomb and a calendri-cal inscription in Oaxacan style in addition to imported ceramic ?doi=

        understanding of central Mexico after the fall of Teotihuacan. The presence of Oaxacan ceramics at Teotihuacan in the Early Classic period is well known. Parts of the “Oaxaca barrio” (or Tlailotlacan), where these materials are concentrated, have been excavated (Spence , ), revealing a tomb and a ~mesmith9/1-CompleteSet/   (Early Classic period, Monte Albán IIIA), Golden Age of Monte Alban, architecture in the main plaza formalized; Oaxaca barrio established at Teotihuacan B.C.E.– C.E. (Terminal Formative, Monte Albán II), unrest in the valley, rise of the Zapotec state with the center at Monte Albán, city covered about hectares (1, acres


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The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan by Evelyn Childs Rattray Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Oaxaca Barrio at Teotihuacan book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for :// Get this from a library. The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan. [Evelyn Childs Rattray] -- "Discusses excavations in the Oaxaca Barrio in Teotihuacán, Mexico, conducted by the Univ. de las Américas and the Teotihuacán Mapping Project during the s.

Provides detailed descriptions and Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan by Evelyn Childs Rattray,Instituto de Estudios Avanzados, Universidad de las Americas edition, in English   THE OAXACA BARRIO IN TEOTIHUACAN: MORTUARY CUSTOMS AND ETHNICITY IN MESOAMERICA’S GREATEST METROPOLIS By María Teresa Palomares Rodríguez A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in the field of Anthropology Approved by: Andrew K.

Balkansky, ?article=&context=theses. The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan (Monografías mesoamericanas) [Rattray, Evelyn Childs] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan (Monografías mesoamericanas)   The Oaxaca Barrio: Earlier Studies.

The Oaxaca Barrio, or Tlailotlacan, was a Zapotec enclave located roughly three kilometers west of the Avenue of the Dead, toward the western edge of the city.

The enclave was identified during the Teotihuacán Mapping Project (TMP): The Merchant’s Barrio contains evidence of being inhabited by people from the Gulf Coast, particularly the Huastec.

[Professor’s Note: (1) The Oaxaca Barrio was recognized originally because of the preponderance of Oaxacan -style pottery found there – pottery that was not traded to Teotihuacan but which had been made at Teotihuacan out of Teotihuacan is a UNESCO world heritage site, located in highland central Mexico, about twenty-five miles from Mexico City, visited by millions of tourists every year.

The book begins with Cuicuilco, a predecessor that arose around BCE, then traces Teotihuacan from its founding in approximately BCE to its collapse around ://   Oaxaca Gray Ware pottery, Oaxaca-style figurines, and, in general, a fairly complete set of the Monte Alba´n ceramic complex (Rattray, 4).

Burials from this area date to the Late Tlamimilolpa and Xolalpan phases (–). Teotihuacan was largely abandoned afterbut parts of the city continued to be used. The Oaxaca Barrio was a Zapotec enclave –a culturally distinct occupation that is demographically representative of the society of origin and constitutes a minority group located within the boundaries of a foreign state (cf.

Spicer ). Defined as a whole society, the Oaxaca Barrio differed, for example, from the Merchants' Barrio, which is The Oaxaca Barrio in Teotihuacan: Mortuary Customs and Ethnicity in Mesoamerica's Greatest Metropolis   Teotihuacán[1] [teotiwa'kan] was a city in pre-Columbian America.

At the time it was most populated, it was the largest known city there at the time, housing overThis was from about the 1st century to about the 5th century. The city is about 40km away from Mexico City.

The civilization and culture lived around this city is also Name  History  Teotihuacan Culture  Archaeological site  Gallery  Notes Il y a 5 façons d’aller de Teotihuacan à Oaxaca en bus, avion ou voiture. Sélectionnez une option ci-dessous pour visualiser l’itinéraire étape par étape et comparer le prix des billets et les temps de trajet sur votre calculateur d’itinéraire :// This research examines the mortuary customs of the Oaxaca Barrio, one of the foreign settlements in the ancient city of Teotihuacan.

The Oaxaca Barrio is associated with the Zapotec homeland in the state of Oaxaca, southern Mexico (roughly miles); but many questions remain unanswered about its origins and development.

The mortuary customs of the Oaxaca Barrio show how Zapotec migrants La valle di Oaxaca è una regione geografica situata nell'odierno stato di Oaxaca in Messico meridionale.

La valle, situata all'interno della Sierra Madre, ha la forma di una "Y" distorta e rovesciata, con nomi diversi assegnati ad ognuno dei bracci: quello nord-occidentale si chiama Etla, il centro-meridionale Valle Grande, e Tlacolula ad est.

La valle di Oaxaca ospitò la civiltà zapoteca The Oaxaca barrio at Teotihuacan (Monografías mesoamericanas) Jan 1, by Evelyn Childs Rattray Unknown Binding   For example, the ethnic composition of Teotihuacan has been analyzed by taking all of these site features, understanding their relationship to each other, and comparing these findings to other sites in the Mesoamerican region.

Figure 1. Layout of Teotihuacan, including the locations of the Oaxaca Barrio, Michoacán Enclave, and Merchants’ //09/10/the-archaeology-of-immigration-in-ancient-teotihuacan. Teotihuacan Map & Layout Photo by:Andrew in Raleigh. Jaguar Mural Painting Found at the Valley of the Dead Photo at:Wiki Commons.

Panorama View of the Valley of the Dead Map of Teotihuacan - Frommer's Mexico; Map of Teotihuacán, Mexico City. Below is a location map and aerial view of Teotihuacán. Using the buttons on the Corpus ID: The Oaxaca Barrio in Teotihuacan: Mortuary Customs and Ethnicity in Mesoamerica's Greatest Metropolis @inproceedings{RodrguezTheOB, title={The Oaxaca Barrio in Teotihuacan: Mortuary Customs and Ethnicity in Mesoamerica's Greatest Metropolis}, author={Palomares Rodr{\'i}guez and Mar{\'i}a Teresa}, year={} }: Mortuary.

Pottery and ethnic identity in the Oaxaca Barrio, Teotihuacan (Gibbs ). The earliest named are the "Merchants' Barrio," the "Oaxaca Barrio" (Millón ), the "Lapidary Barrio" (Turner ), and "a number of contiguous barrios, immediately south of the Río San   The ruling elite of Teotihuacan controlled raw materials that came from afar: jadeite from the Motagua region in Honduras-Guatemala, and mica from the central valleys of Oaxaca, as seen in palatial structures such as Xalla (51, 59, 60), but the intermediate elites were highly active in providing a wide range of other sumptuary goods to Rattray, E.

C.,The Oaxaca Barrio at Teotihuacan, Monografías Mesoamericanas 1, Instituto de Estudios Avanzados, Universidad de las Américas-Puebla, Cholula. Google Scholar Sánchez Alaniz, J. I.,Las unidades habitacionales en Teotihuacan: el caso de Bidasoa, Tesis de licenciatura en Arqueología, Escuela Nacional de