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 Latin American Antiquity Minimize

Volume 2 Number 3 September 1991

Articles

Site-Planning and Concepts of Directionality Among the Ancient Maya.
Wendy Ashmore

Continuity and Change in Ceremonial Structures at Late Preceramic Asana, Southern Peru.
Mark Aldenderfer

Reports

The Frequency and Antiquity of Prehistoric Coca-Leaf-Chewing Practices in Northern Chile: Radioimmunoassay of a Cocaine Metabolite in Human-Mummy Hair.
Larry W. Cartmell, Arthur C. Aufderheide, Angela Springfield, Cheryl Weems, and Bernardo Arriaza

Maya Diets of the Rich and Poor: Paleoethnobotanical Evidence from Copan.
David L. Lentz

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