Archeology - Chapter 7 - The Hohokam System

Archeology Chapter 7 The Hohokam System

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Unformatted text preview: m courtyard groups near center of settlements and burials) vii. Both grew in population in places where agricultural production could be increased viii. Growth accompanied by aggregation of population into larger settlements j. Differences i. Hohokam continued to manifest productive specialization and interregional exchange 1. Post- Chaco Pueblos seem to be dominated by local assemblages of artifacts ii. Hohokam continued to support hierarchies based on size and distinctive distribution of artifacts 1. No signs of site or social hierarchies in Ancestral Pueblo Early Classic Period Hohokam a. 1150 - 1300 b. Nature of Hohokam settlement changes c. More than 200 ballcourts are no longer in use by 1100 d. People build large, rectangular platform mounds, which are distributed evenly...
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