Olmec Lithic Economy at San Lorenzo

"Examines specialized production for manufacturing obsidian cutting tools at San Lorenzo, Mexico, the first Olmec center in the southern Gulf Coast as Mesoamerica's earliest complex society between 1800-1000 BC. Through systematic analysis of this commodity and importation of raw material,...

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Main Authors: Hirth, Kenn (Author), Cyphers, Ann (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Louisville, Colorado : University Press of Colorado, [2020]
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505 0 0 |t Introducing lithic economy --  |t The San Lorenzo Olmec --  |t The Lithic percussion industries of San Lorenzo --  |t Craft production and pressure blade technology at Puerto Malpica --  |t Trade and obsidian procurement at San Lorenzo --  |t Supply side economics : obsidian procurement for craft production at the Malpica Workshop --  |t The distribution and consumption of obsidian on San Lorenzo Island --  |t From workshop to consumer : the distribution of obsidian blades from the Malpica workshop --  |t On the origin and transmission of Mesoamerica obsidian blade technology. 
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