Controlling for Doubt and Uncertainty Through Multiple Lines of Evidence: A New Look at the Mesoamerican Nahua Migrations

@article{Beekman2003ControllingFD,
  title={Controlling for Doubt and Uncertainty Through Multiple Lines of Evidence: A New Look at the Mesoamerican Nahua Migrations},
  author={C. Beekman and A. F. Christensen},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory},
  year={2003},
  volume={10},
  pages={111-164}
}
  • C. Beekman, A. F. Christensen
  • Published 2003
  • History
  • Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory
  • Nahuatl represents a relatively recent extension of the Uto-Aztecan language family into Mesoamerica. Ethnohistorians have linked Nahuatl's arrival to the historically attested migrations of nomadic people into central Mexico in the last centuries before the Spanish Conquest. Archaeologists have tended to treat migration as an explanation for a change in material culture rather than a social question to be examined theoretically. We approach this migration through the comparison of multiple… CONTINUE READING
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