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Population growth and social complexity: An examination of settlement and environment in the central Maya lowlands

by Anabel Ford

This monograph presents and tests a model of the development of complex society in the Tikal-Yaxha area. The model stresses the importance of the economy as a major determinant of the level of social complexity, while internal population growth and external constraints are posed as keys to understanding the evolutionary process. In Spanish.

Arizona State University Anthropological Research Papers, No. 35, 1986. 200 pp. ISBN: 0-9611932-5-5.

$20.50 (shipping included). Order code UC045.