Tarascan Copper Metallurgy E–pub READ
Combined with ethnohistorical and ethnoarchaeological data as well as comparative analogy to propose model for prehispanic copper production among the Tarascans The goal a model prehispanic copper production among the Tarascans The goal this analysis was to gain insights into the nature of metal production and its role in the
Major State Apparatus The state apparatus The provides valuable insights into the development of technology and political economy in ancient Mesoamerica and offers a contribution to general anthropological theories of the emergence of social complexit. ,
E area surrounding Santa Clara del Cobre a Tarascan community in Central Michoacn This pioneer research reuired the employment multiple strands of evidence including archaeological survey and excavation
ethnoarchaeology experimental replication and archaeometallurgy Intensive surface survey located of manufacturing byproducts ie slag on surface that representedexperimental replication and archaeometallurgy Intensive surface survey located concentrations of manufacturing byproducts ie slag on surface that represented production areas Stratigraphic excavation and subseuent archaeometallurgical analysis of physical remains were. In the early sixteenth century
Much Of West Mxico Wasof West Mxico was the rule of the Purhpecha EMPIRE KNOWN TO EUROPEANS AS THE TARASCAN KINGDOM OF known to Europeans as the Tarascan Kingdom of Both archaeological and ethnohistorical evidence indicate that during the Late Postclassic Period AD 1350 1525 this political unit was the primary center for metallurgy and metalworking in Mesoamerica This technology was largely based on copper and its alloys 'Tarascan Copper Metallurgy A multiapproach perspective' focuses on evidence recovered from th.