Animal Use by the Cozumel Maya

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Author, Hamblin, Nancy L.

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

Pub Date: 1984

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Fair to Good.  Binding tight.  No tears, bends or folds.  Previous owenr’s name on ffep.  Without dust jacket, as issued.

Notes: Fish, crabs, reptiles, amphibians (including a section on hallucinogenic drug use-toads used for ceremonial  purposes), birds, dogs, deer, rabbits, foxes, porcupines, and bats.  Cozumel is the largest island to have been inhabited by the Maya.  Excavation in ten different sites, spanning the periods from A.D. 100-300 to A.D. 1250-1500.  Ritual uses, domestication, hunting and fishing techniques, trade.  Basically, if it sat still long enough they’d figure out how to use it.

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