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Wearing culture : dress and regalia in early Mesoamerica and Central America

Auteur(s) : Orr, Heather (Éd.)
Looper, Matthew G. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xlv-494 p.: ill. ; 24 cm.Publication : Boulder : University press of Colorado, 2014.Cote : SA.22Note : Réf. dissém. Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Vêtement | Ornement | Royauté Géographique : Amérique centrale
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The sitio Conte cemetery in ancient Panama: where Lord 15 wore his ornaments in "great quantity" / O'Day, Karen --

Barely there but still transcendent: ancient Nicaraguan and Costa Rican dress, regalia, and adornment, ca. 800 BCE-300 CE in Greater Nicoya / Wingfield, Laura --

Ties that bind: cloth, clothing, and embodiment in formative Honduras / Joyce, Rosemary A. --

The naked and the ornamented: embodiment and fluid identities in early formative Oaxaca / Blomster, Jeffrey P. --

Aspects of dress and ornamentation in Coastal Oaxaca's formative period / Hepp, Guy David and Rieger, Ivy A. --

Dressed ears as comeliness and godliness / Clark, John E. and Colman, Arlene --

Unsexed images, gender-neutral costume, and gender-ambiguous costume in formative period Gulf Coast cultures / Follensbee, Billie J. A. --

More than skin deep: gestalt ways of seeing formative Olmec and postclassic Huastec body, iconography, and style / Faust, Katherine, A. --

Making the body up and over: body modification and ornamentation in the formative Huastecan figurine tradition of Loma Real, Tamaulipas / Marchegay, Sophie --

Framed: the textile associations of preclassic geometric bands / Earley, Caitlin and Guernsey, Julia --

Wrapped in the clothing of the sacred / Lytle, Whitney and Reilly III, F. Kent --

The symbolic vocabulary of cloth and garments in the San Bartolo Murals / Winzenz, Karon --

Early Maya dress and adornment / Looper, Matthew G. --

Conclusion: undressing the formative / Hoopes, John W.

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