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John Monaghan
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Series: Civilization of the American Indian Series (Book 219).

Series: Civilization of the American Indian Series (Book 219). Hardcover: 394 pages.

JOHN MONAGHAN JOHN MONAGHAN. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. xvi + 394 p. illustrations, tables, notes, bibliography, index. Do you want to read the rest of this article?

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In this book, John Monaghan explores the culture of the Mixtecs, today one of the largest Native American groups in Mexico

In this book, John Monaghan explores the culture of the Mixtecs, today one of the largest Native American groups in Mexico. Focusing on the community of Santiago Nuyoo, located in the mountainous Mixteca Alta region, he describes Nuyooteco marriage practices, gift exchange, kinship systems, land tenure, cosmology, ritual, and feasting. Paperback, 416 pages. Published September 15th 1999 by University of Oklahoma Press (first published September 1995). The Covenants With Earth and Rain: Exchange, Sacrifice, and Revelation in Mixtec Sociality (Civilization of the American Indian, Vol 219).

In this book, John Monaghan explores the culture of the Mixtecs, today one of the largest Native American groups in Mexico.

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exchange, sacrifice, and revelation in Mixtec sociality. Mixtec Indians, Social life and customs.

exchange, sacrifice, and revelation in Mixtec sociality. Published 1995 by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman. Includes bibliographical references (p. 367-378) and index. The civilization of the American Indian series ;, v. 219.

Monaghan, John, 1994, The Covenants with Earth and Rain: Exchange, Sacrifice, and Revelation In Mixtec Sociality. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman

Monaghan, John, 1994, The Covenants with Earth and Rain: Exchange, Sacrifice, and Revelation In Mixtec Sociality. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Taube, Karl . 1986, The Teotihuacan Cave of Origin: The Iconography and Architecture of Emergence Mythology in Mesoamerica and the American Southwest. 1993, Aztec and Maya Myths.

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An ethnographic study of one of the largest Native American groups in Mexico, focusing on the community of Santiago Nuyoo in the mountains of Mixtec Alta. Describing marriage, gift exchange, kinship, land tenure, cosmology, ritual, and feasting, Monaghan (anthropology, Vanderbilt U.) shows how the people create and maintain relationships and achieve collective goals through exchange and sacrifice. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.