The Political Geography of the Sixteenth Century Yucatan Maya: Comments and Revisions

  title={The Political Geography of the Sixteenth Century Yucatan Maya: Comments and Revisions},
  author={Anthony Paul Andrews},
  journal={Journal of Anthropological Research},
  pages={589 - 596}
  • A. Andrews
  • Published 1 December 1984
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  • Journal of Anthropological Research
Research on the political geography of sixteenth-century Yucatán is reviewed, and recent revisions of the traditional reconstruction advanced by Ralph L. Roys (1957) are discussed. Using data from historical sources and archaeological field surveys, additional changes in the boundaries of the provinces of Cupul, Chikinchel, and Tases are proposed. 
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