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Olmec References[edit]

  • Adams, Richard E.W. (1991). Prehistoric Mesoamerica (Revised ed.). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-2304-4. OCLC 22593466.
  • Benson, Elizabeth P. (1996). "110. Votive Axe". in Elizabeth P. Benson and Beatriz de la Fuente (eds.). Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico (To accompany an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, June 30 to Oct. 20, 1996 ed.). Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art. pp. 262–263. ISBN 0-89468-250-4. OCLC 34357584.
  • Bruhns, Karen O.; Nancy L. Kelker, Ma. del Carmen Rodríguez Martínez, Ponciano Ortíz Ceballos, *Michael D. Coe, Richard A. Diehl, Stephen D. Houston, Karl A. Taube, and Alfredo Delgado Calderón (March 2007). "Did the Olmec Know How to Write?". Science (Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science) 315 (5817): 1365–1366. doi:10.1126/science.315.5817.1365b. ISSN 0036-8075. OCLC 206052590. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/citation/315/5817/1365b.
  • Campbell, Lyle; and Terrence Kaufman (1976). "A Linguistic Look at the Olmec". American Antiquity (Menasha, WI: Society for American Archaeology) 41 (1): 80–89. doi:10.2307/279044. ISSN 0002-7316. OCLC 1479302.
  • Carlson, John B. (1975) “Lodestone Compass: Chinese or Olmec Primacy? Multidisciplinary Analysis of an Olmec Hematite Artifact from San Lorenzo, Veracruz, Mexico”, Science, New Series, Vol. 189, No. 4205 (Sep. 5, 1975), pp. 753-760 (753).
  • Clark, John E. (2001). "Gulf Lowlands: South Region". in Susan Toby Evans and David L. Webster (eds.). Archaeology of Ancient Mexico and Central America: an Encyclopedia. New York: Garland Publishing. pp. 340–344. ISBN 0-8153-0887-6. OCLC 45313588.
  • Coe, Michael D. (1967). "San Lorenzo and the Olmec Civilization". in Elizabeth P. Benson (ed.) (PDF online reproduction). Dumbarton Oaks Conference on the Olmec, October 28th and 29th, 1967. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection; Trustees for Harvard University. pp. 41–72. OCLC 52523439. http://www.doaks.org/publications/doaks_online_publications/olmec.html.
  • Coe, Michael D. (1968). America's First Civilization: Discovering the Olmec. New York: The Smithsonian Library.
  • Coe, Michael D.; with Rex Koontz (2002). Mexico: from the Olmecs to the Aztecs (5th edition, revised and enlarged ed.). London and New York: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0-500-28346-X. OCLC 50131575.
  • Covarrubias, Miguel (1977) [1946]. "Olmec Art or the Art of La Venta". in Alana Cordy-Collins and Jean Stern (eds.). Pre-Columbian Art History: Selected Readings. Robert Pirazzini (trans.) (Reprint of original paper ed.). Palo Alto, CA: Peek Publications. pp. 1–34. ISBN 0-917962-41-9. OCLC 3843930.
  • Covarrubias, Miguel (1957). Indian Art of Mexico and Central America (Color plates and line drawings by the author ed.). New York: Alfred A. Knopf. OCLC 171974.
  • Cyphers, Ann (1996). "2. San Lorenzo Monument 4 - Colossal Head". in Elizabeth P. Benson and Beatriz de la Fuente (eds.). Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico (To accompany an exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, June 30 to Oct. 20, 1996 ed.). Washington D.C.: National Gallery of Art. pp. 156. ISBN 0-89468-250-4. OCLC 34357584.
  • Cyphers, Ann (1999). "From Stone to Symbols: Olmec Art in Social Context at San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán". in David C. Grove and Rosemary A. Joyce (eds.) (PDF online e-text reproduction). Social patterns in pre-classic Mesoamerica: a symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, 9 and 10 October 1993. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection and Trustees for Harvard University. pp. 155–181. ISBN 0-88402-252-8. OCLC 39229716. http://www.doaks.org/Social/social07.pdf.
  • Davies, Nigel (1982). The Ancient Kingdoms of Mexico. Pelican Books series. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-022232-4. OCLC 11212208.
  • Diehl, Richard (2004). The Olmecs: America's First Civilization. Ancient peoples and places series. London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0-500-02119-8. OCLC 56746987.
  • Filloy Nadal, Laura (2001). "Rubber and Rubber Balls in Mesoamerica". in E. Michael Whittington (ed.). The Sport of Life and Death: The Mesoamerican Ballgame (Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name organized by the Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC. ed.). New York: Thames & Hudson. pp. 20–31. ISBN 0-500-05108-9. OCLC 49029226.
  • Flannery, Kent V.; Andrew K. Balkansky, Gary M. Feinman, David C. Grove, Joyce Marcus, Elsa M. Redmond, Robert G. Reynolds, Robert J. Sharer, Charles S. Spencer, and Jason Yaeger (August 2005). "Implications of new petrographic analysis for the Olmec “mother culture” model" (online reproduction). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Washington, D.C.: National Academy of Sciences) 102 (32): 11219–11223. doi:10.1073/pnas.0505116102. ISSN 0027-8424. OCLC 209632728. http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/full/102/32/11219. Retrieved 2007-03-27.
  • Grove, David C. (September 1976). "Olmec Origins and Transpacific Diffusion: Reply to Meggers" (JSTOR reproduction). American Anthropologist, New Series (Arlington, VA: American Anthropological Association and affiliated societies) 78 (3): 634–637. doi:10.1525/aa.1976.78.3.02a00120. ISSN 0002-7294. OCLC 1479294. http://www.jstor.org/pss/674425.
  • Grove, David C. (1981). "Olmec monuments: Mutilation as a Clue to Meaning". in Elizabeth P. Benson (ed.). The Olmec and their Neighbors: Essays in Memory of Matthew W. Stirling. Michael D. Coe and David C. Grove (organizers). Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection; Trustees for Harvard University. pp. 49–68. ISBN 0-88402-098-3. OCLC 7416377.
  • Guimarães, A.P. (June 2004). "Mexico and the early history of magnetism" (PDF online reproduction). Revista Mexicana de Física (Mexico D.F.: Sociedad Mexicana de Física) 50 (Enseñanza 1): 51–53. ISSN 0035-001X. OCLC 107737016. http://redalyc.uaemex.mx/redalyc/src/inicio/ArtPdfRed.jsp?iCve=57063107. Retrieved 2008-09-09.
  • Haughton, Brian (2007). Hidden History. New Page Books. ISBN 978-1564148971.
  • Joralemon, Peter David (1996) "[Catalogue #]53. Figure Seated on a Throne with Infant on Lap", in Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico, eds. E. P. Benson and B. de la Fuente, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., ISBN 0-89468-250-4, pp. 218.
  • Joyce, Rosemary A.; Richard Edging, Karl Lorenz, and Susan D. Gillespie (1991). "Olmec Bloodletting: An Iconographic Study". in Virginia M. Fields (volume ed) (PDF; reprinted online by PARI [2003]). Sixth Palenque Roundtable, 1986. Palenque Round Table series, vol. 8. Sixth Palenque Round Table Conference, held June 8-14, 1986, at Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, Merle Greene Robertson (series ed.). Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. pp. 143–150. ISBN 0-8061-2277-3. OCLC 21230103. http://www.mesoweb.com/pari/publications/RT08/Bloodletting.pdf.
  • Lawler, Andrew (2007). "Beyond the Family Feud". Archaeology 60 (2): 20–25.
  • Magni, Caterina (1999). Archéologie du Mexique: les Olmèques. Paris: Éditions Artcom’. ISBN 2-912741-24-6. OCLC 43630189. (French)
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National Science Foundation (2002) Scientists Find Earliest "New World" Writings in Mexico, 2002.

  • Niederberger Betton, Christine (1987) Paléopaysages et archéologie pré-urbaine du bassin de México. Tomes I & II published by Centro Francés de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos, Mexico, D.F. (Resume)
  • Ortíz C., Ponciano; Rodríguez, María del Carmen (1999) "Olmec Ritual Behavior at El Manatí: A Sacred Space" in Social Patterns in Pre-Classic Mesoamerica, eds. Grove, D. C.; Joyce, R. A., Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C., p. 225 - 254.
  • Ortiz de Montellano, Bernard; Gabriel Haslip-Viera, and Warren Barbour (Spring 1997). "They Were NOT Here before Columbus: Afrocentric Hyperdiffusionism in the 1990s". Ethnohistory (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, issued by the American Society for Ethnohistory) 44 (2): 199–234. doi:10.2307/483368. ISSN 0014-1801. OCLC 42388116.
  • Pohl, Mary; Kevin O. Pope, and Christopher von Nagy (2002). "Olmec Origins of Mesoamerican Writing". Science 298 (5600): 1984–1987. doi:10.1126/science.1078474. PMID 12471256.
  • Pohl, Mary "Economic Foundations of Olmec Civilization in the Gulf Coast Lowlands of México", Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc., accessed March 2007.
  • Pool, Christopher A. (2007). Olmec Archaeology and Early Mesoamerica. Cambridge World Archaeology. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-78882-3. OCLC 68965709.
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Reilly III, F. Kent “Art, Ritual, and Rulership in the Olmec World” in Ancient Civilizations of Mesoamerica: a Reader, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, p. 369-395.

  • Rose, Mark (2005) "Olmec People, Olmec Art", in Archaeology (online), the Archaeological Institute of America, accessed February 2007.
  • Santley, Robert S.; Michael J. Berman, and Rani T. Alexander (1991). "The Politicization of the Mesoamerican Ballgame and its Implications for the Interpretation of the Distribution of Ballcourts in Central Mexico". in Vernon L. Scarborough and David R. Wilcox (eds.). The Mesoamerican Ballgame. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. pp. 3–24. ISBN 0-8165-1180-2. OCLC 51873028.
  • Scarre, Chris (1999) The Seventy Wonders of the Ancient World, Thames & Hudson, London, ISBN 978-0-500-05096-5.
  • Serra Puche, Mari Carmen and Fernan Gonzalez de la Vara, Karina R. Durand V. (1996) "Daily Life in Olmec Times", in Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico, eds. E. P. Benson and B. de la Fuente, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., ISBN 0-89468-250-4, pp. 262-263.
  • Skidmore, Joel (2006). "The Cascajal Block: The Earliest Precolumbian Writing" (PDF). Mesoweb Reports & News. Mesoweb. http://www.mesoweb.com/reports/cascajal.html. Retrieved 2007-06-20.
  • Stevenson, Mark (2007) “Olmec-influenced city found in Mexico”, Associated Press, accessed February 8, 2007.
  • Stirling, Matthew W. (1968). "Early History of the Olmec Problem". in Elizabeth P. Benson (ed.) (PDF online reproduction). Dumbarton Oaks Conference on the Olmec, October 28th and 29th, 1967. Washington D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection; Trustees for Harvard University. pp. 1–8. OCLC 52523439. http://www.doaks.org/publications/doaks_online_publications/olmec.html.
  • Stoltman, J.B.; et al. (2005). "Petrographic evidence shows that pottery exchange between the Olmec and their neighbors was two-way". PNAS 102 (32): 11213–11218. doi:10.1073/pnas.0505117102.
  • Taube, Karl (2004) (PDF). Olmec Art at Dumbarton Oaks. Pre-Columbian Art at Dumbarton Oaks, No. 2. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection; Trustees of Harvard University. ISBN 0-884-02275-7. OCLC 56096117. http://www.doaks.org/OlmecArt.pdf.
  • VanDerwarker, Amber (2006) Farming, Hunting, and Fishing in the Olmec World, University of Texas Press, ISBN 0-292-70980-3.
  • von Nagy, Christopher (1997). "The Geoarchaeology of Settlement in the Grijalva Delta". in Barbara L. Stark and Philip J. Arnold III (eds.). Olmec to Aztec: Settlement Patterns in the Ancient Gulf Lowlands. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. pp. 253–277. ISBN 0-8165-1689-8. OCLC 36364149.
  • Wichmann, Søren (1995). The Relationship Among the Mixe-Zoquean Languages of Mexico. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. ISBN 0-87480-487-6.
  • Wichmann, Søren; Dmitri Beliaev, and Albert Davletshin (September 2008 [in press]). "Posibles correlaciones lingüísticas y arqueológicas involucrando a los olmecas" (PDF). Proceedings of the Mesa Redonda Olmeca: Balance y Perspectivas, Museo Nacional de Antropología, México City, March 10-12, 2005.. http://email.eva.mpg.de/~wichmann/Olmecs.pdf. Retrieved 2008-09-18. (Spanish)
  • Wilford, John Noble (March 15, 2005). "Mother Culture, or Only a Sister?". The New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/15/science/15olme.html?hp. Retrieved 2008-09-19.
  • Williams, Howel; and Robert F. Heizer (September 1965). "Sources of Rocks Used in Olmec Monuments" (PDF online facsimile). Contributions of the University of California Archaeological Research Facility (Berkeley: University of California Department of Anthropology) 1 (Sources of Stones Used in Prehistoric Mesoamerican Sites): 1–44. ISSN 0068-5933. OCLC 1087514. http://www.mesoweb.com/olmec/publications/Williams&Heizer1965-OCR.pdf.

Zapotec References[edit]

  • Marcus, Joyce; and Flannery, Kent V. (1996). Zapotec Civilization: How Urban Society Evolved in Mexico's Oaxaca Valley. New aspects of antiquity series. New York: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 0-500-05078-3. OCLC 34409496.
  • Marcus, Joyce; and Flannery, Kent V. (2000). "Cultural Evolution in Oaxaca: The Origins of the Zapotec and Mixtec Civilizations". in Richard E.W. Adams and Murdo J. Macleod (eds.). The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas, Vol. II: Mesoamerica, part 1. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. pp. 358–406. ISBN 0-521-35165-0. OCLC 33359444.
  • Smith, Michael E. (2000). "Review: Two Perspectives on the Rise of Civilization in Mesoamerica's Oaxaca Valley. Review of: Ancient Oaxaca: The Monte Albán State by Richard E. Blanton ; Gary M. Feinman ; Stephen A. Kowalewski ; Linda M. Nicholas". Latin American Antiquity 11 (1): 87–89. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1571672.
  • Whitecotton, Joseph W. (1990). Zapotec Elite Ethnohistory: Pictorial Genealogies from Eastern Oaxaca. Vanderbilt University publications in anthropology, no. 39. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University. ISBN 0-935462-30-9. OCLC 23095346.
  • Whitecotton, Joseph W. (1977). The Zapotecs: Princes, Priests and Peasants. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Toltec References[edit]

  • Davis, Nigel (1977). The Toltecs Until the Fall of Tula. University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-1394-4. 
  • Miller, Mary; and Karl Taube (1993). The Gods and Symbols of Ancient Mexico and the Maya. London: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 0-500-05068-6. 
  • Ancient America Rediscovered. As recorded by Mariano Veytia (1720-1778), and compiled by Donald W. Hemingway and W. David Hemingway. 2000. Bonneville Books. ISBN 1-55517-479-5
  • Smith, Michael E. (1984). "The Aztlán migrations of the Nahuatl chronicles: Myth or History?". Ethnohistory (Duke University Press). 

Maya References[edit]

Aztec References[edit]

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