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Ancestors in Cosmologies (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Cordell. David Freidel. Kelley Hays-Gilpin. Tim Pauketat. Christine VanPool.

This article discusses the role of ancestors in New World cosmologies. Specifically, it gives examples of how ancestors mediate cosmologies through sensory experiences, things, and places. In Eastern North America, ancestors were engaged in posts, bundles, stars, mounds, and temples. In the American Southwest, “conceptual packages” of wind, water, and breath represented the cosmological force shared by humans, ancestors, and places. Mesoamericans transformed the dead into ancestors by...

Cosmology in the New World
PROJECT Santa Fe Institute.

This project consists of articles written by members of Santa Fe Institute’s cosmology research group. Overall, the goal of this group is to understand the larger relationships between cosmology and society through a theoretically open-ended, comparative examination of the ancient American Southwest, Southeast, and Mesoamerica.

La Ventilla Chronology Supplemental Materials (2022)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Gina Buckley.

Supplementary documents for the article: Buckley, GM, Clayton, SC, Gómez Chávez, S., Cabrera Castro, R, Eccles, L., Culleton, BJ, Kennett, DJ. Refining ceramic chronology and Epiclassic reoccupation at La Ventilla, Teotihuacan using trapezoidal Bayesian modeling. In review. Preprint is available at the link above.

La Ventilla Radiocarbon Bayesian Chronology
PROJECT Uploaded by: Gina Buckley

AMS radiocarbon dates (n = 78) from human bone collagen were analyzed in the largest high-resolution chronology study to date at the ancient city of Teotihuacan in central Mexico (c. AD 1–550). Samples originate from the residential neighborhood of La Ventilla, located in the heart of this major urban center. Here, a trapezoidal model using Bayesian statistics is built from 14C dates combined with data derived from the stylistic analysis of ceramics from burial contexts. Based on this model, we...

An Outline of the Ceramics of Teotihuacan, Mexico (2006)
DOCUMENT Full-Text George Cowgill.

This is an article- or manuscript-length description of the ceramics of Teotihucan, Mexico. It covers ceramic wares, decorative methods and motifs, and appendages, with a review of the Basin of Mexico sequence.

Paleoethnobotany of Otumba 1. Flotation Samples Processed
DATASET Uploaded by: Michelle Elliott

This is a list of the sediment samples that were collected and floted for macrobotanical analysis. The results of the analysis can be found in the "Results of macrobotanical analysis" table (resource 2). For Paleoethnobotany of Otumba project.

Projecto Paleoetnobotanico del Barrio Oaxaqueno (Tlailotlacan) 2. Results of macrobotanical analysis
DATASET Uploaded by: Michelle Elliott

This table lists the results of the macrobotanical analysis for each sample listed in the "Flotation Samples Processed" table (resource 1). For the Projecto Paleoetnobotanico del Barrio Oaxaqueno (Tlailotlacan)

Proto Quetzalcoatl (2010)
IMAGE Timothy Pauketat.

This is a proto image of Quetzalcoatl, Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl, Teotihuacan, Mexico. Dates to AD 400. Photo courtesy of Tim Pauketat.

Proto Tlaloc (2010)
IMAGE Timothy Pauketat.

Proto image of Tlaloc, Pyramid of Quetzalcoatl, Teotihuacan, Mexico. Dates to AD 400. Photo courtesy of Tim Pauketat.

Proyecto Palacio de Quetzalcoatl
PROJECT Emily McClung de Tapia.

Analysis of macrobotanical remains recovered through flotation of sediment excavated from the Feathered Serpent Pyramid at Teotihuacan in 1988 and 1989. The analysis of the macrobotanical material was directed by Emily McClung de Tapia (Instituto de Investigaciones Antropologicas, UNAM). The excavations were directed by Ruben Cabrera (Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia), Saburo Sugiyama (Arizona State University), and George Cowgill (Arizona State University). Associated project...

DOCUMENT Full-Text Sarah Clayton.

The research presented here confronts the issue of ritual variation and its role in structuring the social dynamics of ancient Teotihuacan, a state that dominated central Mexico during the first half-millennium A.D. Most of Teotihuacan’s urban population lived in apartment compounds located across the city, but the nature of these co-residing groups is not well understood. Even less is known about how subordinate settlements beyond the city limits were organized and to what degree they...

Settlement data from the 1960-1975 Basin of Mexico Surveys (2014)
DATASET Scott Ortman.

Data analyzed in Ortman, S. G., A. H. F. Cabaniss, J. Sturm, and L. M. A. Bettencourt, The Pre-History of Urban Scaling, PLOS ONE (Feb. 2014).

Settlement Scaling and Increasing Returns in an Ancient Society (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Scott Ortman.

Main text and SI of published paper in PDF format. The SI includes a series of datasets derived from the Basin of Mexico surveys that are analyzed in the main text.

Shaping Space: Built Space, Landscape, and Cosmology in Four Regions (2010)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ben Nelson. Stephen Lekson. Ivan Sprajc. Kenneth Sassaman.

In this article, the authors seek to understand cosmological expressions in architecture and the built landscape in Mesoamerica, Northern Mexico, the US Southwest, and the US Southeast.

Social Reactors Project datasets
PROJECT Uploaded by: Scott Ortman

Datasets from various publications of the Social Reactors Project

The Storm God, Feathered Serpents, and Possible Rulers at Teotihuacan (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text George Cowgill.

In this paper, George Cowgill focuses on how Mesoamericans used worldviews and ideologies in sociopolitical ways. More specifically, Cowgill argues that specific sociopolitical ideologies arise when there is a shared worldview.

Teotihuacan Ceramics ms. (1969)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Rene Millon. James Bennyhoff.

This unpublished manuscript describes many Teotihuacan ceramic wares and includes hand-drawn illustrations.

Teotihuacan Mapping Project (TMP)
PROJECT Uploaded by: Hannah Reitzel Rivera

This project contains metadata for the Teotihuacan Mapping Project

TMP-1-2-2: Electronic Files from the Teotihuacan Mapping Project (2012)
DOCUMENT Full-Text George Cowgill. Ian G. Robertson. Rebecca S. Sload.

This is an incomplete work in progress, written by Cowgill at various times in 2003 and 2004, with minor edits since then. It is a volume in the Urbanization at Teotihuacan series, edited by Rene Millon. This volume aggregates information about the Teotihuacan Mapping Project, including background, methods, and the types and locations of relevant files. It is complementary to a set of Access files recording tract-by-tract data.