In anthropological models of social organization, kinship is perceived to be fundamental to social structure. This project aimed to understand how individuals buried in neighborhoods or patio groups were affiliated, by considering multiple possibilities of fictive and biological kinship, short or long-term co-residence, and long-distance kin affiliation.
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- Social Organization
- Social archaeology--Honduras--Copán Site.
- Social archaeology
- Mayas--Kinship--Honduras--Copán Site.
- Mayas--Honduras--Copán Site--Antiquities.
- Human remains (Archaeology)--Honduras--Copán Site.
- Human remains (Archaeology)
- Partial requirement for: Ph.D., Arizona State University, 2015Note typethesis
- Field of study: Anthropology