Enduring motives [electronic resource] : the archaeology of tradition and religion in Native America / edited by Linea Sundstrom and Warren DeBoer
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I Creating Continuity through Structure, Iconography, and Sacred Stories -- 1.Structure of the Mesoamerican Universe, from Aztec to Olmec / Arlene Colman -- 2.Will the Circle Be Unbroken? The Roots of Plains Indian Views of the Cosmos / Linea Sundstrom -- 3.Of Iron Steamship Anacondas and Black Cayman Canoes: Lowland Mythology as a Rosetta Stone for Formative Iconography / Amy Roe -- pt. II Encoding Tradition in Place and Object -- 4.The Staff God: Icon and Image in Andean Art / Jeffrey Quilter -- 5.On Being and Becoming: Ruminations on the Genesis, Evolution, and Maintenance of the Cerro Jaboncillo Ceremonial Center, Ecuador / Colin McEwan -- 6.Hopi Clan Traditions and the Pedigree of Ceremonial Objects / Wesley Benardini -- 7.Remembering Emergence and Migration in the Southwest Pueblos / Kelley Hays-Gilpin -- pt. III Balancing Stability and Change -- 8.Continuity and Discontinuity in Southwestern Religions / Stephen H. Lekson -- 9.The Importance of Being Specific: Theme and Trajectory in Mississippian Iconography / John Kelly -- 10.Landscapes of Memory and Presence in the Canadian Shield / John Norder -- pt. IV Recognizing Deep-Time Traditions -- 11.Cave Rituals and Ritual Caves in the Eastern United States / Cheryl Claassen -- 12.Reopening the Midewiwin / Warren DeBoer -- 13.Resolving Contradictions as a Methodology for Investigating Maya Calendar History and Its Cosmological Associations / Robert L. Hall.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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