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The Olmec and the origins of Mesoamerican civilisation

  • Hector Neff (a1)
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Blomster Jeffrey, P., Neff, Hector & Glascock, Michael D.. 2005. Olmec Pottery Production and Export in Ancient Mexico Determined through Elemental Analysis. Science 307: 1068–72.
Coe Michael, D. & Diehl, Richard A.. 1980. In the Land of the Olmec, Vol. 1: The Archaeology of San Lorenzo Tenochtitlan. Austin: University of Texas Press.
Flannery, Kent V., Balkansky, Andrew K., Feinman, Gary M., Grove, David C., Marcus, Joyce, Redmond, Elsa M., Reynolds, Robert G., Sharer, Robert J., Spencer, Charles S. & Yaeger, Jason. 2005. Implications of New Petrographic Analysis for the Olmec ‘Mother Culture’ Model. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102: 11219–23.
Flannery, Kent V. & Marcus, Joyce. 2000. Formative Mexican Chiefdoms and the Myth of the ‘Mother Culture.’ Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 19: 137.
Marcus, Joyce. 1989. Zapotec Chiefdoms and the Nature of Formative Religions, in Robert Sharer, J. & Grove, David C. (ed.) Regional Perspectives on the Olmec: 148–97. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Neff, Hector, Blomster, Jeffrey P., Bishop, Ronald L., James Blackman, M., Coe, Michael D., Cowgill, George L., Diehl, Richard A., Houston, Stephen, Joyce, Arthur A., Lipo, Carl P., Stark, Barbara L. & Winter, Marcus. 2006a. Methodological issues in the provenance investigation of Early Formative Mesoamerican ceramics. Latin American Antiquity 17: 5476.
Neff, Hector, Blomster, Jeffrey P., Bishop, Ronald L., James Blackman, M., Coe, Michael D., Cowgill, George L., Cyphers, Ann, Diehl, Richard A., Houston, Stephen, Joyce, Arthur A., Lipo, Carl P. & Winter, Marcus. 2006b. Smokescreens in the provenance investigation of Early Formative Mesoamerican ceramics. Latin American Antiquity 17: 104–18.
Stoltman, James B., Marcus, Joyce, Flannery, Kent V., Burton, James H. & Moyle, Robert G.. 2005. Petrographic Evidence Shows that Pottery Exchange Between the Olmec and Their Neighbors Was Two Way. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102: 11213–8.
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