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Tlaxcaltecans

Tlaxcaltecans

prehistory, demography, morphology, and genetics

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Published by University of Kansas in Lawrence .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico,
  • Tlaxcala (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Tlaxcalan Indians -- Anthropometry.,
    • Indians of Mexico -- Anthropometry -- Mexico -- Tlaxcala (State),
    • Tlaxcalan Indians -- Population.,
    • Indians of Mexico -- Mexico -- Tlaxcala (State) -- Population.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by M. H. Crawford.
      SeriesPublications in anthropology ; no. 7, Publications in anthropology (University of Kansas) ;, no. 7.
      ContributionsCrawford, Michael H., 1939-, American Anthropological Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1219 .T55
      The Physical Object
      Pagination208 p. :
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4900826M
      LC Control Number76045144

      Thus, this chapter aims to contribute, in a succinct way, to the dissemination of the current state of knowledge regarding structural adhesives in the construction sector, as well as, to provide Author: João Custódio. Most importantly, I simply cannot imagine my work without Desiderio Hernández Xochitiotzin (–), the great historian of Tlaxcalan his-tory. He passed as I was ‹nishing this book and I dedicate this book to his memory and to those who will continue to do his work. Portions of chapter 4, in slightly different form, were published as.

      Jan 27,  · This list is current as of June Publications that Dumond co-authored and which show him as the first author are indicated by an “and,” while the word “with” is used to identify those publications where he was a second or third author. The Tlaxcaltecans, for example, were a mixture of ancient Tlaxcaltecans, Otomis, and Olmecs. The Spanish were Celtic-Iberians, Phoenicians, Jews, Visigoths, Vandals, Moroccans, Arabs, Basques, Vikings, and Romans. It is fascinating to know our origins .

      The god was a major Aztec deity and was also worshipped by the Tlaxcaltecans, Zapotecs, Mixtecs, Tarascan and Huastecs. The late Post-classical Maya also adopted Xipe Totec and representations of the god survive at Oxkintok, Chichen Itza and Mayapan. W‐B has also proposed another book partnership w/HBA. Both were discussed further under new business. My first major study of human populations, focused on the Valley of Tlaxcala in Mexico and the transplanted Tlaxcaltecans who were relocated in the 16 th century to other regions of Mexico into diverse environments. This study attempted.


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The tlaxcaltecans: Prehistory, demography, morphology and genetics. Edited by Michael H. Crawford. University of Kansas Publications in Anthropology 7, Lawrence, Author: Robert N.

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