Cueva Blanca: Social Change in the Archaic of the Valley of Oaxaca

Kent V. Flannery and Frank Hole

Cueva Blanca, a cave in the side of a volcanic tuff cliff in Oaxaca, Mexico, contains evidence of thousands of years of human use. Archaeologists Kent V. Flannery and Frank Hole excavated a series of Archaic sites in the Valley of Oaxaca, including Cueva Blanca, as part of a project on the prehistory and human ecology of this region of Mexico. This cave yielded artifacts from the Late Pleistocene through the Early Archaic to the Late Archaic.

Order from the University of Michigan Press.

Publisher: Museum of Anthropology

Year of Publication: 2019

Location: Ann Arbor, MI

Pages: 228

Price: $45.00

ISBN: 978-0-915703-91-3

Monograph Series / Number: Memoirs No. 60

Tables / Illustrations: 150+ b&w illustrations


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