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Shark teeth, stingray spines, and shark fishing in ancient Mexico and Central America

Stephan Francis De Borhegyi

Shark teeth, stingray spines, and shark fishing in ancient Mexico and Central America

by Stephan Francis De Borhegyi

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Published by University of New Mexico in Albuquerque .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fossil Stingrays,
  • Indians of Mexico,
  • Material culture,
  • Shark Fishing,
  • Fishing,
  • Shark fishing,
  • Indians of Central America,
  • Fossil Sharks,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSouthwestern journal of anthropology.
    StatementStephan F. De Borhegyi
    ContributionsJay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH691.S4 D43 1961
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 273-296, 1 leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25039377M
    LC Control Number2011659678

    In , in Bangladesh alone, about kg of teeth and 1 ton of cartilaginous shark spines were documented as raw material for the production of decorative products intended for sale (Hoq et al., ).Author: Rômulo Romeu Nóbrega Alves, Ellori Laíse Silva Mota, Thelma Lúcia Pereira Dias. Cipactli's Sword, Tlaltecuhtli's teeth: Deciphering the Sawfish & Shark Offerings in the Aztec Great Temple Matthew T. McDavitt Coastal Shark Fishery off Pernambuco Brazil: Is There Any Possibility of Management? SErgio Macedo Gomes de Mattosin i Patricia Charvet-Almeida Molecular Genetics of Some Brazilian Sharks Manuel Furtado-Neto and Steve Carr.

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Shark teeth, stingray spines, and shark fishing in ancient Mexico and Central America by Stephan Francis De Borhegyi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Olmec were great traders who had contacts with other cultures from Central America to the Valley of Mexico. They traded away their finely made and polished celts, masks, figurines and small statues. In return, they obtained materials such as jadeite and serpentine, goods such as crocodile skins, seashells, shark teeth, stingray spines and basic necessities like salt.

A monumental Maya royal tomb has been explored in the ancient Maya city of Copán, in the Copán Valley of modern-day Honduras, containing the reminds of elusive jungle predators including crocodile teeth and a complete puma skeleton, which had been ritually slaughtered at the burial.

Shark Teeth, Stingray Spines, And Shark Fishing In - JSTOR SHARK TEETH, STINGRAY SPINES, AND SHARK FISHING IN ANCIENT MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA* STEPHAN F.

DE BORHEGYI ALTHOUGH shark teeth have been found in the course of archaeological Fetch Full Source. Stephan Francis Borhegyi Shark Teeth, Stingray Spines, and Shark Fishing in Ancient Mexico and Central America.

and Veracruz, in Mexico, in the Lowland Maya Rain Forest area Author: Nancy Oestreich Lurie. Borhegyi, Stephan F. Shark Teeth, Stingray Spines, and Shark Fishing in Ancient Mexico and Central America.

Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 17(3): Crossley, Paul. The Politics of Presentation: The Architecture of Charles IV of Bohemia. The Olmec were the first great Mesoamerican civilization. They thrived along Mexico's Gulf coast, mainly in the present-day states of Veracruz and Tabasco, from about to B.C., although there were pre-Olmec societies before that and post-Olmec (or Epi-Olmec) societies afterward.

Shark teeth, stingray spines, and shark fishing in ancient Mexico and Central America. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 17 (3): – SMITH, J.L.B.

Jaw and teeth. The mouth of the stingray is located on the ventral side of the vertebrate. Stingrays exhibit hyostylic jaw suspension, which means that the mandibular arch is only suspended by an articulation with the type of suspensions allows for the upper jaw to have high mobility and protrude outward.

The teeth are modified placoid scales that are regularly shed and : Chondrichthyes. First evidence of shell fish-hook technology in the Gulf. SHELL FISH-HOOK TECHNOLOGY IN THE GULF.

Shark Teeth, Stingray Spines, and Shark Fishing in Ancient Mexico and Central America. It was also a means of communication with the ancestors and was vital to sustain the gods and the world. These rituals were common throughout jade perforators are often found in graves as part of the funerary offerings.

Bloodletting implements were also fashioned out of bone, flint, greenstones, stingray spines and shark teeth. Start studying Architecture Midterm 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. stingray spines, shark teeth, and conch shells in demand BCE elite living in separate compounds.

highlands of Central Mexico dominated even furthest mayan city states Controlled Tikal and Copan. For comparison the largest great white shark teeth did not reach 3 inches in length.

Fossils of it's teeth can be found worldwide and are both impressive and terrifying. We have a wide selection of authentic Megalodon fossils for sale, starting around $15 which make great gifts, to collector quality teeth. Introduction.

In his book The Descent of Man, Charles Darwin stated that the making of fire was “probably the greatest [discovery], excepting language, ever made by man, dates from before the dawn of history” (Darwin, ).Many anthropological theories are concerned with the effect of food composition, cooking, heating and eating habits on human evolution, brain enlargement, social Cited by: 6.

HERMAN, J. & HOVESTADT-EULER, M. & HOVESTADT, D.C. () Contributions to the study of the comparative morphology of teeth and other relevant ichthyodorulites in living supraspec.

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Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico: in the heart of the ancient Mayan Lowlands, the Yucatan Peninsula is an archeologist’s dream. It is Author: Joel Brothers.

This is a list of recognized content, updated weekly by JL-Bot (talk contribs).If an article is missing from the list, make sure it is tagged (e.g. {{WikiProject Fishes}}) or categorized correctly. See WP:RECOG for configuration options. Closely related to the stingray and shark families, manta rays lack the sharp teeth and predatory nature, having been evolved into filter-feeding ocean creatures.

They are often found in wrasse cleaning stations like Olowalu on Maui, enjoying the attention of the onlooker. - The eternal debate - do you prefer scales, cartilage or fur?. See more ideas about Mammals, Sea creatures and Ocean creatures pins.

Renaissance accounts held that its large, triangular teeth were the petrified tongues, or glossopetrae, of dragons and snakes, an interpretation corrected in the s by the great early naturalist Steno, who recognized them as ancient shark teeth (and famously produced a rather grotesque depiction of a shark's head bearing such teeth).

Shark information, habitat, distribution, feeding, reproduction, senses, anatomy, communication, evolution and social structure.

Types of sharks like the Great white shark, tiger shark, whale shark, bull shark, hammerhead shark, goblin shark, mako shark, and many more. There are several species of sharks with the great danger of become extinct. 19 Feb - Explore leeannhervey's board "Big fish" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Big fish, Fish and Sea creatures pins.Shark Teeth, Stingray Spines, and Shark Fishing in Ancient Mexico and Central America. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology Castro, Jose I.

The sharks of North American Waters. Texas A&M University Press, College Station. Fontaneda, D d' Escalante Memoir of D d' Escalante Fontaneda, written in Spin, about Buckingham.Florida’s Ancient Oceans is a brain-based, integrated thematic unit that can be presented over six weeks.

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