Early new world monumentality /
University Press of Florida,
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Table of Contents:
- Considering early New World monumentality / Robert M. Rosenswig and Richard L. Burger
- Early mounds in the lower Mississippi valley / Joe Saunders
- Shell mounds of the middle St. Johns Basin, Northeast Florida / Kenneth E. Sassaman and Asa R. Randall
- Monumentality in eastern North America during the Mississippian period / David G. Anderson
- Agriculture and monumentality in the Soconusco region of Chiapas, Mexico / Robert M. Rosenswig
- Early Olmec wetland mounds: investing energy to produce energy / Ann Cyphers and Judith Zurita-Noguera
- The origins of monumentality in ancient Guerrero, Mexico / Louise I. Paradis
- Early civilization in the Maya lowlands: monumentality and place-making
- a view from the Holmul region / Francisco Estrada-Belli
- Monumental architecture and social complexity in the intermediate area / R. Jeffrey Frost and Jeffrey Quilter
- Early mounds and monumental art in ancient Amazonia: history, scale, function, and social ecology / Anna C. Roosevelt, ... [et al.]
- Why do people build monuments: late archaic platform mounds in the Norte Chico / Jonathan Haas and Winifred Creamer
- Monumental architecture arising from an early astronomical-religious complex in Perú, 2200-1750 BC / Robert A. Benfer Jr.
- Preceramic and initial period monumentality within the Casma valley of Peru / Thomas Pozorski and Shelia Pozorski
- Monumental public complexes and agricultural expansion on Peru's central coast during the second millennium BC / Richard L. Burger and Lucy C. Salazar
- Agricultural terraces as monumental architecture in the Titcaca basin: their origins in the Yaya-Mama religious tradition / Sergio J. Chávez
- A west Asian perspective on early monuments / Frank Hole.