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      The Role of Nahuatl in the Formation of Mesoamerica as a Linguistic Area

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          Archaeological and linguistic correlations in Mayaland and associated areas of Meso‐America

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            Metal Artifacts in Prehispanic Mesoamerica

            Metal artifacts are discussed as possible indicators of relationships within Mesoamerica and between Mesoamerica and the American Southwest. All known forms of Mesoamerican metal artifacts for which age and provenience data are available are included in a typological classification, presented as a basis for comparisons and distribution studies. Data on spatial and temporal distribution, with indications of centers of manufacture or use of some types, and with suggested maximum temporal range for each type, are included with the typological classification. Based on these data, a series of suggestions is presented regarding time of initial appearance of metals in various subareas of Mesoamerica, the importance of certain subareas as centers from which metals diffused, and patterns and rates of diffusion within Mesoamerica and between Mesoamerica and the American Southwest.
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              Proto‐Mayan Syllable Nuclei

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                Journal
                22105832
                Language Dynamics and Change
                LDC
                BRILL (The Netherlands )
                2210-5824
                2210-5832
                2011
                : 1
                : 2
                : 171-204
                Article
                10.1163/221058212X643969
                © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands

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