Placemaking: Production of Built Environment in Two Cultures
This book traces the development of settlements in these two locations, allowing environmental and cultural determinisms to be weighed against each other and against alternative explanations, including classical dialectical materialism and sequence hierarchies.
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Crossroads of many peoples
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abandonment agriculture American Southwest Anasazi Anasazi society Anatolia archaeological architectural Bonito building built environment built form Cappadocia carved dwellings Casas Grandes Catal Huyuk cavate cave dwellings centers central century ceremonial Chaco Canyon Chacoan Chalcolithic changes Chapter Chichimec cities cliff complex concept conditions of existence construction Cordell courtyard cultural dialectical domestic earlier early ecological economic emergence environmental evidence excavated exchange value eyvan Figure functions habitation Hacilar hierarchy Hittite Hohokam houses ideological indicated individual kilometers kivas later Lekson located masonry material megastructures Mellaart Mesa Verde Mesoamerican meters Mexico millennia millennium mode of production nature occupation ownership Pajarito Plateau period pithouses placemaking activity pochteca political population prehistoric primarily productive forces Pueblo Quemada region relationship rock rooms sedentary settlements shelter social relations spaces spatial organization storage stratified structure suggests surplus product tion town trade traditional urban vernacular vernacular architecture villages walls