author={Emiliano Gallaga},
  pages={280 - 299}
Abstract Due to the repatriation process of 20,475 objects from the site of Snaketown, Arizona, the Arizona State Museum Snaketown Mortuary Documentation Project (2001) was conducted in 2001. This project provided the opportunity to re-analyze the material—which included more than 50 pyrite encrusted mirrors. These items are considered to be one of the most distinctive material elements of the interaction between the American Southwest/Northwest Mexico and Mesoamerica regions and more study is… 
Ancestral Pueblo settlement structure and sacred landscape at Castle Rock Community, Colorado
Abstract Since the 1890s, archaeologists have been studying the cliff dwellings of the Mesa Verde region of south-western Colorado, seeking to understand the factors that drove the ancient Pueblo
The Iconography of Connectivity Between the Hohokam World and Its Southern Neighbors
  • A. Wright
  • Sociology
    Journal of Archaeological Research
  • 2021
Archaeologists have long compared the Hohokam world of the North American Southwest to contemporary traditions in Mesoamerica and West Mexico. A degree of cultural connectivity between the Southwest
Pachuca Obsidian Blades from the U.S. Southwest: Implications for Mesoamerican Connections and Coronado's Mexican Indian Allies
The connection between people in the prehispanic U.S. Southwest / Northwest Mexico (SW/NW) and Mesoamerica is one of the most debated research topics in American archaeology. SW/NW groups used
Northwest Mexico: The Prehistory of Sonora, Chihuahua, and Neighboring Areas
This article surveys research in Northwest Mexico (Sonora and Chihuahua), with an emphasis on the Early Agricultural period to the Late Prehistoric period. Middle range societies that are diverse in
Reassessing Shamanism and Animism in the Art and Archaeology of Ancient Mesoamerica
Shamanism and animism have proven to be useful cross-cultural analytical tools for anthropology, particularly in religious studies. However, both concepts root in reductionist, social evolutionary
Reflexão digital: Uma introdução ao projeto de estudos sobre os espelhos como uma ferramenta para a educação e difusão do patrimônio cultural ou como alternativas de uma pandemia
Studies of museology, heritage, and digital archeology are growing fields that present new ideas and forms of protection of cultural heritage, as well as new devices for the education and


Lapidary Craft Specialization at Teotihuacan: Implications for Community Structure at 33:S3W1 and Economic Organization in the City
Abstract Excavations in the Classic Period apartment compound, site 33:S3W1, in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, Mexico, have revealed the existence of two lapidary workshops. These workshops were
Excavations at Valshni Village, a Site on the Papago Indian Reservation
Valshni Village is a surface ruin fourteen miles southwest of Sells, Arizona, in the Sells District of the Papago Indian Reservation. The site is located on the adobe flats of the Baboquivari Valley
Recent research in west Mexican archaeology
The last decade has seen the greatest increase in archaeological research in western Mexico since the 1940s. Unlike previously heralded renewals, this one is accompanied by widespread skepticism of
Turquoise Mosaics from Mexico
Introduction and historical context Investigating the mosaics Masks Shields Helmets Pectorals Knives Dispersal to Europe Conclusions
La minería en la Sierra Gorda
Toda riqueza mineral muy grande suele desarrollar la vocacion minera, en especial entre miembros de sociedades rudimentarias. Asimismo, algunos minerales y metales pueden ser senuelos poderosos para
Excavation at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala. Publication 561 of the Carnegie Institution of Washington
  • 1946
An Evaluation of the Cemetery Concept at Snaketown: A Re-analysis of Old Data
  • 1999
Excavation at Snaketown: Material Culture. Medallion Papers # 25
  • 1938
Palettes and Ornaments
  • Excavations at Snaketown: Material Culture
  • 1938
Olmec and Maya: a study in relationships