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by Vera Tiesler,Pilar Zabala,Andrea Cucina

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  • ISBN 0813034922
  • ISBN13 978-0813034928
  • Language English
  • Author Vera Tiesler,Pilar Zabala,Andrea Cucina
  • Publisher University Press of Florida (November 28, 2010)
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"Based on a variety of sophisticated analyses, these funerary data reveal fascinating and often unexpected patterns that provide insights about social relations, health, diet, and body modifications of early colonial indigenous Maya and African populations of Campeche."--Janine Gasco, California State University, Dominguez Hills

 

"This multi-disciplinary study is as ambitious as it is timely. The close collaboration of respected ethnohistorians, archaeologists, and physical anthropologists from Mexico and the U.S. is enthusiastically applauded."--Joel W. Palka, University of Illinois, Chicago

 

The town of San Francisco de Campeche was founded in 1540 and during the first two centuries of the colonies served as one of the key Mexican ports of the Spanish Empire. The contributors to this volume have combed through archival written documents, architectural plans, maps, ceramic artifacts, and bioarchaeological data from human remains recovered at the original Catholic cemetery to reconstruct a dramatic story of colonial life and death.

The documents reveal the religious and political strategies used by the Spanish Crown to implant European society; the skeletal evidence traces the human side of the story: physical hardship, the ravages of disease, body modifications (especially of teeth) to denote status, and forced assimilation of both natives and Africans. These nuanced discussions and insights reveal much about the complex, multiracial tapestry of the early Colonial period in Mexico.


The close collaboration of respected ethnohistorians, archaeologists, and physical anthropologists from Mexico and the . is enthusiastically applauded. -Joel W. Palka, University of Illinois, Chicago

The close collaboration of respected ethnohistorians, archaeologists, and physical anthropologists from Mexico and the . Palka, University of Illinois, Chicago. The town of San Francisco de Campeche was founded in 1540 and during the first two centuries of the colonies served as one of the key Mexican ports of the Spanish Empire.

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Natives, Europeans, and Africans in Colonial Campeche : History and Archaeology. by Andrea Cucina and Pilar Zabala. Based on a variety of sophisticated analyses, these funerary data reveal fascinating and often unexpected patterns that provide insights about social relations, health, diet, and body modifications of early colonial indigenous Maya and African populations of Campeche. -Janine Gasco, California State University, Dominguez Hills "This multi-disciplinary study is as ambitious as it is timely.

Vera Tiesler is a bioarchaeologist based in the Mexican part of the Maya . Natives, Europeans, and Africans in colonial Campeche: History and archaeology.

Vera Tiesler is a bioarchaeologist based in the Mexican part of the Maya area. Because of her interest in the human condition of past peoples, she completed a degree in art history and archaeology, completed five years of med school, and later received her PhD in anthropology. Tiesler studies the ancient Maya, diving into understanding their world and history through their body modifications, life- and deathways. She also studies pre-Colombian and colonial Maya, using anatomical to behavioral approximations.

Natives, Europeans and Africans in Colonial Campeche: History and Archaeology, V. Tiesler, P. Zabala, A. Cucina. University Press of Florida, Gainesville (2010), 255pp. price: USD 60, ISBN: 978-0-8130-3492-8. oceedings{Souza2014NativesEA, title {Natives, Europeans and Africans in Colonial Campeche: History and Archaeology, V. price: USD 60, ISBN: 978-0-8130-3492-8}, author {Lilia Fern{'a}ndez Souza}, year {2014} }.

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Tiesler, Vera, Pilar Zabala, and Andrea Cucina (ed. Native, European, and Africans in colonial Campeche. History and archaeology. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán. Cite this chapter as: Tiesler . Cucina A. (2014) Past, Present and Future Perspectives in Maya Bioarchaeology: A View from Yucatan, Mexico. In: O’Donnabhain . Lozada M. (eds) Archaeological Human Remains. SpringerBriefs in Archaeology.

Vera Tiesler, Pilar Zabala, Andrea Cucina, Heber Ojeda Mas, Carlos Huitz Baqueiro. by University Press of Florida. in Natives, Europeans, and Africans in Colonial Campeche. Published: 1 November 2010. Natives, Europeans, and Africans in Colonial Campeche pp 36-68; doi:10. Dying in the Colonies. Vera Tiesler, Pilar Zabala, Andrea Cucina.

Pilar Zabala Natives, Europeans, and Africans in colonial Campeche: History and .

This chapter contributes a new perspective on colonial society and its different social and ethnic sectors through the lens of the funerary behavior observed in the churchyard of Campeche's main square.

Natives, Europeans, and Africans in Colonial Campeche. University Press of Florida, Gainesville. 16. Historical Archaeology

Natives, Europeans, and Africans in Colonial Campeche. November 2010, University Press of Florida. The authors haven't finished explaining this publication. The following have contributed to this page: Vera Tiesler.