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Part one Civilization as an Ecological System
Archaeology and Social Systems
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adaptation archaeological Aztec Basin of Mexico calpulli centers Central Mexico Central Plateau characteristics chiefdom level chiefdoms chinampa Cholula civilization competition complex correlation craftsmen Cuicuilco cultivation culture demographic diffusion distribution Early ecological economic ecosystem effect environment evidence evolution evolutionary factors function geographical groups Guatemala highland hydraulic agriculture hydraulic society integration intensive irrigation Kaminaljuyu labor land Late Classic Late Formative maize Maya ment Mexican Middle Formative Millon Monte Alban nucleated settlements Oaxaca occur Olmec organization overall period phase pochteca political population density population growth Postclassic present probably problem production regional relatively religious residence rural settlement pattern significant sixteenth century social structure social systems South Gulf Coast specialization square kilometer stage stratification subsistence suggests Sumeria swidden agriculture techniques Tehuacan Tenochtitlan Teotihuacan Teotihuacan Valley Tierra Templada Tikal tion tlacolol Tlatilco tlatoani tribal tribes urban Valley of Oaxaca variations zones