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THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PUEBLO KATSINA CULT [SOLD]


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E. Charles Adams, et al.
  • Subject: Katsina and Other Dolls
  • Item # C4025ZB
  • Date Published: Softcover, first edition, 1991
  • Size: 235 pages, illustration and tables
  • SOLD

THE ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE PUEBLO KATSINA CULT

By E. Charles Adams

The University of Arizona Press, Tucson

Softcover, first edition, 1991, 235 pages, illustration and tables, excellent condition

 

Contents

Introduction

        The Concept of Katsina

        Modern Katsina Symbolism and Meaning

        The Archaeology of the Katsina Cult

        The Katsina Cult Hypothesis

Previous Documentation and Research

        Documented History

        Past Studies

Distribution of Prehistoric Katsina Mask Iconography

        Middle Rio Grande Valley

        Upper Rio Grande Valley

        Upper Little Colorado River (Zuni) Area

        Mogollon Rim

        Middle Little Colorado River Valley

        Verde Valley and San Francisco Peaks

        The Hopi Mesas

        Summary

Characteristics and Association of the Katsina Cult

        Artifactual Associations

        Architectural Associations

        Other Characteristics and Associations

Origin and Age of the Katsina Cult

        Four Attributes Associated with Cult Origins

        Summary

Archaeological Patterns Related to the Cult

Synthesis and Structure of the Katina Cult in Prehistoric Pueblo Culture: Consideration of the Hypothesis

        Structure of the Katsina Cult in Prehistoric Pueblo Culture

        Summary

A Case Study: The Homol’ovi Site Group

        The Model

        The Homol’ovi Research Program

        Summary

 

Conclusions

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E. Charles Adams, et al.
  • Subject: Katsina and Other Dolls
  • Item # C4025ZB
  • Date Published: Softcover, first edition, 1991
  • Size: 235 pages, illustration and tables
  • SOLD

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