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SOURCING CHIHUAHUAN POLYCHROME CERAMICS: ASSESSING MEDIO PERIOD ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION

  • Daniela Triadan (a1), Eduardo Gamboa Carrera (a2), M. James Blackman (a3) and Ronald L. Bishop (a3)

Abstract

Traditionally, the wide distribution of distinctive Chihuahuan polychrome ceramics has been interpreted as evidence for the extensive interaction sphere of Casas Grandes, or Paquime. The role of the major center of Paquime in the political and economic system is a crucial question in defining the nature and intensity of interactions in the Casas Grandes region and the extent of intraregional social and political integration. A large-scale, regional sourcing project using Chihuahuan polychrome ceramics provides new information on their production and distribution. It also demonstrates the limitations of ceramic sourcing analyses and presents a strong case for the fact that the underlying geology of a region determines the resolution at which ceramics can be attributed to production loci or resource procurement zones.

La amplia distribución de la distintiva cerámica policromada de Casas Grandes se ha interpretado tradicionalmente como evidencia de una extensa esfera de interacciones de Casas Grandes o Paquimé. Determinar el rol que tuvo el centro mayor de Paquimé en el sistema político y económico es una pregunta importante para definir la naturaleza e intensidad de interacciones en la región de Casas Grandes y el nivel de integración social y política intrarregional. Un programa regional a gran escala con el objetivo de definir las fuentes de barro de la cerámica policromada de Casas Grandes proporciona nueva información sobre su producción y distribución. Además, las investigaciones demuestran las limitaciones del análisis de fuentes de producción de cerámica y ejemplifican la manera en que la geología de una región determina el nivel de resolución con el cual se puede atribuir la cerámica a lugares de producción o zonas de obtención de recursos naturales.

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