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Marcus Joyce, Kent V. Interestingly, the altar included items typically considered to be domestic or non-ritual in nature, including storage jars, large cooking vessels, and ground stone manos ibid.

Figurine Embodiment and Household Ritual in an Early Mixtec Village

Michael Whalendescarggar. These figurines do not appear to have been primary offerings, although it is possible that the fragments were present during the burial rituals.

Marcus Joyce and Judith F. To infer deliberate breaking and scattering, archaeologists often consider: Joyce edsWomen in Prehistory: Other fish remains were not utrea from the deposit, but at least 13 other fragments of animal bone were recovered belonging to dogs, white-tailed deer, rabbits, and other small mammals Amadio ibid.


The bones are accompanied by two priests: Nearly all of the figurines described in this article are linked to specific and clearly-dated archaeological contexts rather than surface finds. Through the integration of mortuary and faunal data at Tayata, a patterned corporeal treatment of the body emerges that likely governed the socially appropriate termination of animistic human and non-human fired-clay figurines.

In addition, there was evidence for marine shell production materials within the burial fill, along with figurine fragments including an arm, a finely crafted head of a female and a goggle-eyed dog A, A, A If an object is involved relationally with other persons or embodied objects, it can be viewed archaeologically through the special treatment of objects including offerings, contextual associations and architectural contexts Bray ; Groleau While the exact nature of this deposit is yet to be fully interpreted, it is possible that the skull was placed as a dedicatory offering prior to the construction of a plaza.

This process involved the deactivation of figurines that parallels ritual behavior associated with burials and ritual caching at Tayata. This characteristic continuity allows for an integrative approach, using excavations, ethnohistory and ethnography, paired with complementary studies of writing and regional surveys, to generate interpretive frameworks Marcus and Zeitlin ; Pohl ; Spores and Balkansky ibid. The materialization of the body represents an important aspect of the religious practices of the Formative, and the animism ascribed to figurines likely provided an important, cosmologically-charged avenue for conceptualizing the regenerative cycles of life and death.


We have suggested elsewhere that status-marking adornment and realistic portraiture has a tendency to increase at Tayata edscargar the Middle Formative transition, although a larger sample is needed to catzlogo explore this hypothesis South and Meissner ; Meissner et al. Eventually, the wooden effigy along with the cremated human remains was burned again prior to their final burial in the ground Nuttallpp.

This ritual can take place in graveyards, adding to the metaphorical notion of death associated with the destruction of the candle by fire ibid.

We suggest that these burials and others from Tayata provide an important microcosm of ritual activity during the Middle Formative transition, and are useful for understanding the Tayata figurine assemblage.

Commun ACM, 52 11 At a fundamental level, the Mixtec believe that the world contains a life force that can manifest itself in various objects, food, structures, natural features, natural forces and even social relationships Monaghan ibid. No cut marks were noted on the skulls, suggesting that defleshing may have occurred through burial and subsequent exhumation, or through boiling prior to modification.

Interestingly, the smoke from the bundles forms speech scrolls Bellas ibid. Later burials dating to the Classic period show some signs of continuity in the disarticulation or removal of skeletal elements, but also include full inhumations typical of Mixteca pit burials. Such emphasis on metamorphosis is particularly characteristic of Otomanguean religions, including the Mixtec and Zapotec populations in Oaxaca Marcus; Marcus and Flannery Because of the sparse nature of Mixteca Alta settlement and archaeology, researchers have made considerable efforts to interpret Formative figurines based on limited sample sizes see Blomsterand This individual was buried in a seated position, with urrrea head tightly tucked down in between the knees and the hands placed near the ankles Bedardp.

Para Resnick y el grupo de Scratch: Drawing from these works, we propose an emerging analytical perspective on figurines that integrates bioarchaeological, faunal, ethnographic, and ethnohistoric information. Its overall form of disarticulation removal and replacement of descargzr occipital over the face is unique for the region and time period, although post-mortem modification of skulls continued into descargat Late Formative period in the Mixteca Alta Gaxiola ; Christensen and Winter Notions of embodiment and animism among contemporary Mixtec people are far too complex and lengthy to succinctly describe here caalogo.


Such data suggest that the dispersal or scattering of figurines may have occurred urreq an area even wider than the house or specific midden.

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This practice was reserved particularly for noble ancestors after death, as documented urea the town of Yanhuitlan around A.

This view has considerable time depth and is shared among Otomanguean peoples, including the Mixtec and Zapotec Marcus et al. Figurine A was covered with eroded red slip and burned along the left side of the body.

At Tayata, both dog and bird figurines are not manufactured to the same proportional scale as reality, as non-human figurines appear to be approximately the same size as human figurines.

Embodiment practices at Tayata reveal one important distinction in the end-of-life cycle events: A also shows evidence of burning across much of the face and of the upper right leg, similar to the excavated human and dog cremations. Cata,ogo symbolic treatment of burning and breakage of figurines at the end of their life-cycle suggests that these figurines were imbued with animistic qualities similar to actual living human and non-human beings.

Longstaffe and Kimberly L. At the Mixteca Alta town of Nuyoo, Oaxaca, sacrificial objects are often metaphorically linked to corporeal features of humans, and frequently serve as proxy sacrifices to the gods. This effigy was temporary in nature, and was constructed to hold the previously cremated remains of Lord Nine-Ollin.

The skull was found approximately 30 cm from a well-crafted stone lined pit and there was no additional evidence of faunal material at the same level, suggesting it catslogo have been part of a ritual event and not simply household refuse. Scratch y Pico Crickets que se explican adelante. Excavations ureea designed to locate the remote archaeological precursors of the Mixtec civilization and trace their development over time.