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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenFall

Introduction to the Maya

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenFall

The Late Preclassic

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenSummer

Postclassic

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Classic period hallmarks of a golden age were instruments of system of elite power. Did not need the art and architectural trappings of the theatre-sta
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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Meaghan Peuramaki- BrownWinter

ANTHROP 2VV3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Camelid, Valley Of Mexico, Bison Latifrons

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenSummer

Collapse Tradition and Transformation

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenFall

Maya Royal Blood

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenFall

The Early Classic Period

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenSummer

The Northern Lowlands

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MCMASTERANTHROP 2VV3Laura FinstenFall

Terminology, Chronology, and Theory

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