“Classic Maya Marketplaces and Exchanges: Examining Market Competition as a Factor for Understanding Commodity Distributions” by Dr. LeCount

Congratulations to Dr. LeCount for the release of her new publication, “Classic Maya Marketplaces and Exchanges: Examining Market Competition as a Factor for Understanding Commodity Distributions.” This is included in the volume Alternative Pathways to Complexity: A Collection of Essays on Architecture, Economics, Power, and Cross-Cultural Analysis in Honor of Richard E. Blanton, edited by L. F. […]

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Dr Lisa LeCount publishes “Geochemical Characterization of Inorganic Residues on Plaster Floors from a Maya Palace Complex at Actuncan, Belize”

Congratulations to Dr. Lisa LeCount on the first publication of the new year, along with her co-authors E. Christian Wells, Thomas R. Jamison, and David W. Mixter! Abstract: This report describes the results of a geochemical analysis using a mild acid extraction and inductively coupled plasma-mass spectroscopy of 198 samples from plaster surfaces at the palace […]

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Dr. Lisa LeCount published “The Social Lives of Structures: Ritual Resignation of the Cultural Landscape of Actuncan, Belize”

UA archaeologist Dr. Lisa LeCount has recently published “The social lives of structures: Ritual resignification of the cultural landscape at Actuncan, Belize” in Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology. The article is co-authored with two of Dr. LeCount’s former students, Borislava “Bobby” Simova and David Mixter. Simova, Borislava, David W. Mixter, and Lisa J. LeCount. 2015.  […]

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