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Guiengola: a fortified site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec
Peterson, David A.
Bibliography: p. 66-69.
|Statement||by David A. Peterson and Thomas B. MacDougall.|
|Series||Vanderbilt University publications in anthropology -- no. 10|
|Contributions||MacDougall, Thomas Baillie, 1896-1973.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
chapter vii. antiquities of oajaca and guerrero. nahua antiquities home of the zapotecs and miztecs re mains in tehuantepec fortified hill of guiengola pe-tapa, magdalena, and laollaga bridge at chihuitlan cross of guatulco tutepec clty of oajaca and vicinity tl acolula etla penoles quil apan ruins of monte alb an relics at zachila cuilapa palaces of mitla mosaic work stone columns. PETERSON, David A. y Thomas B. MAC DOUGALL: Guiengola. A Fortified Site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Publications in Anthropol Vanderbilt University, Nashville, PIÑA CHAN, Román: Informe Preliminar de la Reciente Exploración del Cenote Sagrado de Chichén Itzá. Serie Investigacio INAH, México,
Studies in the History of Art, No. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Pérez Rodríguez, Verónica La Casa Mixteca Posclásica y su Cerámica. Paper presented at the Cuarta Mesa Redonda de Monte Albán: Taller de Cerámica. Oaxaca. Peterson, David A., and Thomas B. MacDougall Guiengola: A Fortified Site in the Isthmus of. This article explores one such case through the site of Kerkenes, a fortified, mountaintop urban center of Iron Age Central Anatolia evidently founded by Phrygian settlers from further west.
Peterson, David A. y Thomas B. Mac Dougall, "Guiengola. A Fortified Site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Vanderbit University Publications in Anthropology: No. ", Nashville. OCCIDENTE Y GUERRERO. Armillas, Pedro,"Una muralla del Atlántico Prehispánico en el Estado de Guerrero". INAH. varios. Panero J.L., Villaseñor J.L. y Medina R. New species of Asteraceae-Heliantheae from Latin America. Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium Peterson D.A. y MacDougall T.B. Guiengola: a fortified site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Publication in Anthropology Vanderbilt University, Nashville.
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Guiengola: a fortified site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Nashville: Vanderbilt University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David A Peterson; Thomas Baillie MacDougall. Guiengola is a Zapotec archeological site located 14 km ( mi) north of Tehuantepec, and km ( mi) southeast of Oaxaca city on Federal Highway The visible ruins are located between a hill and a river, each carries the name of Guiengola.
The name means "large stone" in the local variant of the Zapotec language. There are two main tombs that have been excavated, and both seem to be Language: Zapotec. Guiengola: a fortified site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec by David A.
Peterson and Thomas B. MacDougall. Author/Creator: Peterson, David A Publication. Cite this Record. Guiengola: a Fortified Site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
David A. Peterson, Thoms B. MacDougall. Publication in Anthropology, by: 3. Tehuantepec (Spanish pronunciation: [tewanteˈpek], in full, Santo Domingo Tehuantepec) is a city and municipality in the southeast of the Mexican state of is part of the Tehuantepec District in the west of the Istmo area was important in pre Hispanic period as part of a trade route that connected Central America with what is now the center of y: Mexico.
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The mapped and surveyed remains of Guiengola are reported by David Peterson and Thomas B. MacDougall in Guiengola: A Fortified Site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec (Nashville, ). 17 These conclusions are based on archeological data recovered during Cited by: Guiengola is a Zapotec archeological site located 14 km ( mi) north of Tehuantepec, and km ( mi) southeast of Oaxaca city on Federal Highway The visible ruins are located between a hill and a river, each carries the name of Guiengola.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Zapotecs occupied a large region from Central Valleys region to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.  However, no major city state like Monte Albán arose again, with villages and city-states remaining small, between 1, and 3, people with a palace, temple, market and residences.
In a number of cases, there were Mesoamerican ball courts as Capital: Oaxaca de Juárez. MacDougall then lent his encouragement, knowledge, and notes to a promising young graduate student in archeology, David A.
Peterson. After MacDougallâ s death inPeterson published a monograph in their joint names, Guiengola, a Fortified Site in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. However, the Book of Mormon never mentions a city by that name, only a land Moron. Many of us consider the ancient city of Monte Alban, to be a city that was located in the land Moron.
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The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume IV, by Hubert Howe Bancroft ANTIQUITIES OF THE ISTHMUS, COSTA RICA, MOSQUITO COAST, AND NICARAGUA. Nahua Antiquities—Home of the Zapotecs and Miztecs—Remains in Tehuantepec—Fortified Hill of Guiengola—Petapa, Magdalena, and Laollaga—Bridge at Chihuitlan.
Guiengola is a Zapotec archeological site located 14 km ( mi) north of Tehuantepec, and km ( mi) southeast of Oaxaca city on Federal Highway The visible ruins are located between a hill and a river, each carries the name of Guiengola.
The name means "large stone" in the local variant of the Zapotec language. Revisión. Las colectas botánicas de Thomas Baillie MacDougall (); legado para la biodiversidad en México. The botanical collections of Thomas Baillie MacDougall (); a legacy for the biodiversity of Mexico.
The earliest writers required three propositions to be taken for granted: First, that the entire human race are descended from one original pair, and from Noah through Shem, Ham, and Japheth; second, that America was peopled from one of three sources—Asia, Africa, or Europe; third, that all knowledge arises from one of four sources—knowledge pure and absolute, from a knowledge of causes.
Tehuantepec is a city and municipality in the southeast of the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It is part of the Tehuantepec District in the west of the Istmo Region. The area was important in pre Hispanic period as part of a trade route that connected Central America with what is now the center of Mexico.
Later it became a secondary capital of the Zapotec dominion, before it was conquered by the. The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume IV, by Hubert Howe Bancroft This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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