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Rethinking the Aztec economy / edited by Deborah L. Nichols, Frances F. Berdan, and Michael E. Smith.

Contributor(s): Smith, Michael Ernest, 1953- [editor.] | Berdan, Frances F [editor.] | Nichols, Deborah L [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Amerind studies in anthropology: Publisher: Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 2017Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780816536337; 0816536333.Subject(s): Indians of Mexico -- Commerce -- History | Aztecs -- Commerce | Aztecs -- Economic conditionsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Rethinking the Aztec economy.DDC classification: 972 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction. Aztec economy and empire through the lens of objects / Frances F. Berdan, Kenneth G. Hirth, Deborah L. Nichols, and Michael E. Smith -- Part I. The economy and commerce. Farm to market in the Aztec imperial economy / Deborah L. Nichols -- Cities in the Aztec empire : commerce, imperialism, and urbanization / Michael E. Smith -- The sixteenth-century merchant community of Santa María Acxotla, Puebla / Kenneth G. Hirth, Sarah Imfeld, and Colin Hirth -- Part II. The economics of ritual and social objects. The behavioral economics of contemporary Nahua religion and ritual / Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom -- The economics of Mexica religious performance / Frances F. Berdan -- Precious feathers and fancy fifteenth-century feathered shields / Laura Filloy Nadal and María Olvida Moreno Guzmán -- Conflicting economic and sacred values in Aztec society / Emily Umberger -- Part III. Economy at the Aztec periphery. Cacao and commerce in late postclassic Xoconochco / Janine Gasco -- Aztec imperialism and Gulf ceramic emulation : comparison with Teotihuacan / Barbara L. Stark -- Wrapping up objects, economy, and empire : scale, integration, and change / Kenneth G. Hirth, Michael E. Smith, Frances F. Berdan, and Deborah L. Nichols.
Summary: "Rethinking the Aztec Economy provides new perspectives on the society and economy of the ancient Aztecs by focusing on goods and their patterns of circulation"--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Rethinking the Aztec Economy provides new perspectives on the society and economy of the ancient Aztecs by focusing on goods and their patterns of circulation"--Provided by publisher.

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Introduction. Aztec economy and empire through the lens of objects / Frances F. Berdan, Kenneth G. Hirth, Deborah L. Nichols, and Michael E. Smith -- Part I. The economy and commerce. Farm to market in the Aztec imperial economy / Deborah L. Nichols -- Cities in the Aztec empire : commerce, imperialism, and urbanization / Michael E. Smith -- The sixteenth-century merchant community of Santa María Acxotla, Puebla / Kenneth G. Hirth, Sarah Imfeld, and Colin Hirth -- Part II. The economics of ritual and social objects. The behavioral economics of contemporary Nahua religion and ritual / Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom -- The economics of Mexica religious performance / Frances F. Berdan -- Precious feathers and fancy fifteenth-century feathered shields / Laura Filloy Nadal and María Olvida Moreno Guzmán -- Conflicting economic and sacred values in Aztec society / Emily Umberger -- Part III. Economy at the Aztec periphery. Cacao and commerce in late postclassic Xoconochco / Janine Gasco -- Aztec imperialism and Gulf ceramic emulation : comparison with Teotihuacan / Barbara L. Stark -- Wrapping up objects, economy, and empire : scale, integration, and change / Kenneth G. Hirth, Michael E. Smith, Frances F. Berdan, and Deborah L. Nichols.

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