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Some ethnological data concerning one hundred Yucatan plants
|Series||[U.S.] Bureau of American ethnology. Anthropological papers -- no. 29., HRAF -- 11., Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology) -- no. 29.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1, 189-226 p.|
|Number of Pages||226|
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[Washington: U.S.G.P.O., ?]. Pap. 29] YUCATAN PLANTS — STEGGERDA house construction and for furniture, toys, torches, skyrockets, ox- carts, ax handles, and animal traps. Some of the plants are employed in making common household articles such as soap, shampoos, and mucilage, while others are used for ornamentation in the form of rings and similar jewelry.
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THE MAYA AND THE VEGETATION OF THE YUCATAN PENINSULA VICTOR RICO-GRAY Centro de Ecologia, U.N.A.M. Apdo. PostalMexico, D.F. Mexico and JOSE G. GARCIA-FRANCO Instituto de Ecologia, A.C. Apdo. Pos Xalapa, Vert Mexico Summer ABSTRACT.-Severalhypotheses have been formulated to explain the compoFile Size: 2MB.
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Washington* Smithsonian Inst. Anthropological Papers Termer, Franz: Die Halbinsel Yucatan. Gotha. VEB Geogra phisch-Kartigraphische Anstalt Summary: Maize substitution of the Maya in Yucatan.
This article lists ten plants that can. Steggerda, Morris () Some ethnological data concerning one hundred Yucatan plants. Anthropological papers / Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology ; no.
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Henequen, a native agave plant, became the most important cash crop of Yucatán in the early ’s – indeed, at one point, Yucatán was producing 90% of the rope and burlap bags in the world. Originally used by the Mayas for ropes, cables, nets, lassos, curtains, hammocks and dense fabrics, the Spanish also found they had many uses for the.
Trees and shrubs of Mexicoby P. Standley () gives medicinaluses and poisonous properties for a variety of plants. The literature since has been reviewed for further properties of the medicinal papilionoid legumes mentioned by Standley, as well as some of their allies, and the results are presented here.
It is hoped that this review will not only provide Cited by: of close to MX$ billion (US$ billion) via initiatives such as cogeneration projects to cover the plants’ need 13 August PEMEX is assigned 83% of 2P reserves. In a recent survey, local healers in Israel were interviewed concerning the use of Solanaceae as medicinal plants.
The main findings reveal that: (a) only four species (Lycium europeaum, Solatium nigrum, Hyoscyamus aureus, Hyoscyamus albus) are extensively used today; (b) the use of some traditional plants has been almost abandoned (Datura spp., Cited by: Mexico Aviation & Aerospace Review collects the insights of top executives and decision-makers.
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Cave art was of large animals, many of them game animals. Some human figures appear, and abstract symbols. No plant life or landscapes. Males were painted. Reasons for cave art are unknown, some say it was for arts sake, or to memorialize past hunts and help inspire young hunters, calendrical, magical, or religious reasons could be possible also.
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Ethnology (from the Greek: ἔθνος, ethnos meaning "nation") is the branch of anthropology that compares and analyzes the characteristics of different peoples and the relationships between them (compare cultural, social, or sociocultural anthropology).
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The Province of Ah Canul was one of the larger native states in the northern and more thickly populated half of the Yucatan peninsula.
It occupied the western coastal plain from Punta Kopte on the north coast to the Río Homtun, not far north of Campeche, a distance of about km. north and south. Read "Source Book for Social Origins: Ethnological Materials, Psychological Standpoint, Classified and Annotated Pdf for the Interpretation of Savage Society.
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Yucatán (yōōkətăn´, –kätän´), state ( pop. 1,), 14, sq mi (38, sq km), SE Mexico, occupying most of the northern part of the Yucatán peninsula.
It lies between Campeche and Quintana principal industry is tourism and the cultivation and preparation of henequen—mostly exported to the United States.
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