A Fuego y Sangre: Early Zapotec Imperialism in the Cuicatlán Cañada, Oaxaca

Volume 16
Elsa M. Redmond

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In this volume, Elsa M. Redmond reconstructs the history of the Cuicatec region in Oaxaca, Mexico, from the Middle Formative period through the Lomas phase, when the Zapotec state based at Monte Albán took control, into the Trujano phase and the Spanish conquest. Redmond integrates archaeological data and sixteenth-century ethnohistoric records to inform her study of the political and social strategies of the Cuicatec region during these time periods. From 1977 to 1978, Redmond conducted an archaeological survey in this region, and she presents the results of that fieldwork here.

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  • 7.5 x 10.5.
  • 216pp.
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