This collection combines archaeology and ethnography to explore the Mesoamerican archaeological record. Contributors focus on the little-understood material phenomena of ritual deposits, dedicatory or votive offerings, caches, and termination events. Drawing on contemporary Maya ethnography, the authors argue that a few deep structural principles unify the Mesoamerican world view, both present and past, and apply these concepts to the deposition of dedicatory and termination offerings in the archaeological record.
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