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Dating Izapa Monuments: Comments on Rosenswig

  • Takeshi Inomata (a1) and Lucia Henderson (a2)

Abstract

Rosenswig's discussion of the sculptural chronology of Izapa contains some inaccuracies that require correction. The dates of the monuments at Izapa also require further evaluation.

La discusión de Rosenswig sobre la cronología de las esculturas de Izapa requiere correcciones ya que presenta algunas inexactitudes. Las fechas de los monumentos de Izapa necesitan una mayor evaluación.

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Inomata, Takeshi, and Henderson, Lucia 2016 Time Tested: Re-Thinking Chronology and Sculptural Traditions in Preclassic Southern Mesoamerica. Antiquity 90:456471.
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.
Norman, V. Garth 1976 Izapa Sculpture (Part 2: Text). Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation No. 30. New World Archaeological Foundation, Provo, Utah.
Rosenswig, Robert M. 2019 The Izapa Kingdom's Capital: Formative Period Settlement Patterns, Population, and Dating Low-Relief Stelae. Latin American Antiquity 30:91108.

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Dating Izapa Monuments: Comments on Rosenswig

  • Takeshi Inomata (a1) and Lucia Henderson (a2)

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