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Chronology Building in Southern Mesoamerica: Comment on Love

  • Takeshi Inomata (a1), Bárbara Arroyo (a2) and Eugenia J. Robinson (a3)

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Love (2018) misunderstands some concepts of Bayesian analysis and the data from Naranjo and Urías. The cross-dating of El Ujuxte needs to be reevaluated with the publication of its ceramic data.

Love (2018) malinterpreta algunos conceptos del análisis bayesiano y los datos de Naranjo y Urías. Es necesario evaluar el fechamiento relativo de El Ujuxte con publicaciones de sus datos cerámicos.

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Demarest, Arthur A. 1986 The Archaeology of Santa Leticia and the Rise of Maya Civilization. Middle American Research Institute Publications 52, Tulane University, New Orleans.
Demarest, Arthur A., and Sharer, Robert J. 1986 Late Preclassic Ceramic Spheres, Culture Areas, and Cultural Evolution in the Southeastern Highlands of Mesoamerica. In The Southeast Maya Periphery, edited by Urban, Patricia A. and Schortman, Edward M., pp. 194233. University of Texas Press, Austin.
Inomata, Takeshi, Raúl Ortiz, Bárbara Arroyo, and Robinson, Eugenia J. 2014 Chronological Revisions of Preclassic Kaminaljuyú, Guatemala: Implications for Social Processes in the Southern Maya Area. Latin American Antiquity 25:377408.
Love, Michael 2018 Kaminaljuyu Chronology and Ceramic Analysis: An Alternative View. Latin American Antiquity 29: 260278.
Walker, Mike 2005 Quaternary Dating Methods. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

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Chronology Building in Southern Mesoamerica: Comment on Love

  • Takeshi Inomata (a1), Bárbara Arroyo (a2) and Eugenia J. Robinson (a3)

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