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電子ブック

EB
by John Staller
出版情報: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2010
オンライン: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-04506-6
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An Introduction to Maize Cobs and Cultures
Ethnohistory: Impressions and Perceptions of Maize
Scientific, Botanical, and Biological Research on Maize
Ethnobotanic, Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Methodologies
An Introduction to Maize Cobs and Cultures
Ethnohistory: Impressions and Perceptions of Maize
Scientific, Botanical, and Biological Research on Maize
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電子ブック

EB
edited by John Staller, Michael Carrasco
出版情報: New York, NY : Springer New York, 2010
オンライン: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-0471-3
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Ethnography, Ethnobotany, Language and Diet
An Epigraphic Analysis of Classic-Period Maya Foodstuffs
Sweet Cacao and Sour Atole: Mixed Drinks on Classic Maya Ceramic Vases
Prehistoric Chronology of the Common Bean in the New World: The Linguistic Evidence
Death and Chocolate: The Significance of Cacao Offerings in Ancient Maya Tombs and Caches at Copan, Honduras
Feasting with Foam: Ceremonial Drinks of Cacao, Maize, and Pataxte Cacao
Corn, Colanders, and Cooking: Early Maize Processing in the Maya Lowlands and Its Implications
Potographies and Biographies: The Role of Food in Ritual and Identity as Seen Through Life Histories of Selected Maya Pots and People
Dietary Diversity in the Upper Belize River Valley: A Zooarchaeological and Isotopic Perspective
Power Plants: Paleobotanical Evidence of Rural Feasting in Late Classic Belize
Food and Feasting in the Zona Maya of Quintana Roo
All Maize Is Not Equal: Maize Variety Choices and Mayan Foodways in Rural Yucatan, Mexico
Maya Foodways: A Reflection of Gender and Ideology
Food as Metaphor: Mythology and Iconography
The Axolotl as Food and Symbol in the Basin of Mexico, from 1200 BC to today
Topophilia: A Tool for the Demarcation of Cultural Microregions: The Case of the Huaxteca
This World and Beyond: Food Practices and the Social Order in Mayan Religion
Maize Was Their Flesh: Ritual Feasting in the Maya Highlands
From Field to Hearth: An Earthly Interpretation of Maya and Other Mesoamerican Creation Myths
The Flesh of God: Cosmology, Food, and the Origins of Political Power in Ancient Southeastern Mesoamerica
Agriculture and Social Complexity: The Roles of Feasting and Ritual Economies
Pre-Columbian Foodways in Mesoamerica
Ethnohistoric Sources on Foodways, Feasts, and Festivals in Mesoamerica
Development of Agriculture in Prehistoric Mesoamerica: The Linguistic Evidence
The Pastoral Niche in Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica
The Drink Mescal: Its Origin and Ritual Uses
Forming Mesoamerican Taste: Cacao Consumption in Formative Period Contexts
Salt Production and Trade in Ancient Mesoamerica
The Dirt on Food: Ancient Feasts and Markets Among the Lowland Maya
Ethnography, Ethnobotany, Language and Diet
An Epigraphic Analysis of Classic-Period Maya Foodstuffs
Sweet Cacao and Sour Atole: Mixed Drinks on Classic Maya Ceramic Vases