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This book provides information about the religion and society of the Medio period (AD 1200 to 1450) Casas Grandes people gained through symbolic analysis of prehistoric pottery and other art.
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Start by marking Signs of the Casas Grandes Shamans as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The shamans called upon horned serpents to bring rain, the lifeblood for farmers living in the Chihuahuan desert; dealt with snakes that held powers more potent than their bites; and raised, sacrificed, and buried macaws as ritual offerings to ensure water and fertility.
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Casas Grandes, or Paquim?, in northern Chihuahua, Mexico, was home to a religious system that swept across northern Mexico and what is now the southern United States between AD 1200 and 1450. To commemorate this religion the people of Casas Grandes created striking polychrome pots with black and red geometric and naturalistic designs on a cream base. Their pottery provides a window to Casas Grandes cosmology.
Signs of the Casas Grandes shamans. CS VanPool, TL VanPool. University of Utah Press, 2007. The shaman-priests of the Casas Grandes region, Chihuahua, Mexico. Reconstructing the flow of information across time and space: a phylogenetic analysis of ceramic traditions from prehispanic western and northern Mexico and the American southwest. MJ Harmon, TL VanPool, RD Leonard, CS VanPool, LA Salter. Mapping Our Ancestors, 209-230, 2017. The spirit in the material: a case study of animism in the American Southwest. CS VanPool, E Newsome. American Antiquity 77 (2), 243-262, 2012. American Antiquity 68 (4), 696-717, 2003.
By Christine S VanPool, Todd L VanPool. Casas Grandes, or Paquimé, in northern Chihuahua, Mexico, was home to a religious system that swept across northern Mexico and what is now the southern United States between AD 1200 and 1450.
Casas Grandes complex is located in a wide, fertile valley on the Casas Grandes or San Miguel River, 35 miles (56 km) south of Janos and 150 miles (240 km) northwest of the . VanPool, Christine . and Todd L. Society for American Archaeology: American Antiquity.
The settlement relied on irrigation to support its agriculture. The archaeological zone is contained within the eponymous modern municipio (municipality) of Casas Grandes. The valley and region have been inhabited by indigenous groups for thousands of years. 7. (2006): 69. JSTOR 40035321.
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Title: Signs of the Casas Grandes ShamansAuthor: Vanpool, Christine . Vanpool, Todd . ublisher: Univ of Utah PrPublication Date: 2007/02/06Number of Pages: 192Binding Type: HARDCOVERLibrary of Congress: 2006020551. Tell us if something is incorrect. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. The people of Casas Grandes in northern Chihuahua, Mexico commemorated their religious system by creating striking polychrome pots with naturalistic designs.
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