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Publicación Bibliografía
Little 1999

Little, E. A.
    1999    Appendix I: Maize Age and Isotope Values at the Goldkrest Site. In: Chapter 5: Corncobs and Buttercups: Plant Remains from the Goldkrest Site, by T. B. Largy, L. Lavin, M. E. Mozzi, and K. Furgerson. In Current Northeast Paleoethnobotany, edited by J. P. Hart, Bulletin No. 494. New York State Museum, Albany.

Little 2002

Little, E. A.
    2002    Kautantouwit's Legacy: Calibrated Dates on Prehistoric Maize in New England. American Antiquity 67(1):109-118.

Liu et al. 1992

Liu, C. L., D. L. Asch, B. W. Fisher and D. D. Coleman
    1992    Illinois State Geological Survey Radiocarbon Dates X. Radiocarbon 34(1):83-104.

Llano 2009

Llano, C.
    2009    Un acercamiento arqueobotánico a la subsistencia humana de la región andina del sur de Mendoza. Poster presented at the XVIII Congreso Nacional de Arqueología Chilena. Museo de Historia Natural de San Rafael.  San Rafael, Chile.

Long et al. 1989

Long, A., B. F. Benz, D. J. Donahue, A. J. T. Jull and L. J. Toolin
    1989    First Direct AMS Dates on Early Maize from Tehuacán, Mexico. Radiocarbon 31(3):1035-1040.

Lovis 1990

Lovis, W. A.
    1990    Accelerator Dating the Ceramic Assemblage from the Fletcher Site: Implications of a Pilot Study for Interpretation of the Wayne Period. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 15(1):37-50.

Mabry 1998

Mabry, J. B.
    1998    Introduction. In Archaeological Investigations of Early Village Sites in the Middle Santa Cruz Valley: Analyses and Synthesis, Part I, edited by J. B. Mabry, pp. 1-29. Anthropological Papers No. 19.  Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

Mabry 2005

Mabry, J. B.
    2005    Diversity in early Southwestern farming and optimization models of transitions to agriculture. In Subsistence and Resource Use Strategies of Early Agricultural Communities in Southern Arizona, edited by M. W. Diehl, pp. 115-152. Anthropological Papers, No. 34. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

Mabry 2006

Mabry, J. B.
    2006    Chapter 19: Radiocarbon dating of the early occupations. In Rio Nuevo Archaeology, 2000-2003: Investigations at the San Agustín Mission and Mission Gardens, Tucson Presidio, Tucson Pressed Brick Company, and Clearwater Site, edited by J. H. Thiel and J. B. Mabry, pp.19:1-5. Technical Report No. 2004-11.  Desert Archaeology, Inc., Tucson.

Mabry (editor) 2008

Mabry, J. B. (editor)
    2008    Las Capas: Early Irrigation and Sedentism in a Southwestern Floodplain. Anthropological Papers No. 28. Center for Desert Archaeology, Tucson.

MacNeish 1958

MacNeish, R. S.
    1958    Preliminary Archaeological Investigations in the Sierra De Tamaulipas, Mexico. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, No. 48(6), Philadelphia.

Mangelsdorf et al. 1967

Mangelsdorf, P. C., R. S. MacNeish and W. C. Galinat
    1967    Prehistoric Wild and Cultivated Maize. In The Prehistory of the Tehuacan Valley, Volume 1.  Environment and Subsistence, edited by D. S. Byers, pp. 178-200. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Martin et al. 1952

Martin, P. S., J. B. Rinaldo, E. Bluhm, H. C. Cutler and J. R. Grange
    1952    Mogollon Cultural Continuity and Change: The Stratigraphic Analysis of Tularosa and Cordova Caves. Fieldiana Anthropology. No. 40. Chicago Natural History Museum, Chicago.

Maslowski et al. 1995

Maslowski, R. F., C. M. Niquette and D. M. Wingfield
    1995    The Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia Radiocarbon Database. West Virginia Archeologist 47(1&2):1-75.

Masson 1999

Masson, Marilyn A.
    1999    Postclassic Maya Communities at Progresso Lagoon and Laguna Seca, Northern Belize. Journal of Field Archaeology 26(3):285-306.

Matos M. 1968

Matos M., Ramiro
    1968    A Formative-Period Painted Pottery Complex at Ancon, Peru. American Antiquity 33(2):226-232.

Matson 1991

Matson, R. G.
    1991    The Origins of Southwestern Agriculture. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Matson 2003

Matson, R. G.
    2003    The Spread of Maize Agriculture into the U.S. Southwest. In Examining the Farming/Language Dispersal Hypothesis, edited by P. Bellwood and C. Renfrew, pp. 341-356. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, Cambridge.

Matson and Chisholm 1991

Matson, R. G. and B. Chisholm
    1991    Basketmaker II subsistence: carbon isotopes and other dietary indicators from Cedar Mesa, Utah. American Antiquity 56(3):444-459.

Merrill et al. 2009

Merrill, W. L., R. J. Hard, J. B. Mabry, G. J. Fritz, K. R. Adams, J. R. Roney and A. C. MacWilliams
     2009     The diffusion of maize to the southwestern United States and its impact. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106(50):21019-21026.

Meyer and Walde 2009

Meyer, D. and D. Walde
    2009    Rethinking Avonlea: Pottery Wares and Cultural Phases. Plains Anthropologist 54(209):49-73.

Miksicek 1990

Miksicek, C.
    1990    Early Wetland Agriculture in the Maya Lowlands: Clues from Preserved Plant Remains. In Ancient Maya Wetland Agriculture: Excavations on Albion Island, Northern Belize, edited by M. Pohl, pp. 295-312. Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado.

Miksicek et al. 1981

Miksicek, C. H., R. McK. Bird, B. Pickersgill, S. Donaghey, J. Cartwright and N. Hammond
    1981    Preclassic Lowland Maize from Cuello, Belize. Nature 289:56-59.

Miljour and Huber 2005

Miljour, H. J. and E. K. Huber
    2005    Chapter 5: LA 137258 (Old Corn Site). In Fence Lake Project. Volume 1: Introduction and Site Descriptions, edited by E. K. Huber and C. R. V. West, pp. 5.1-5.86. Technical Series No. 84. Statistical Research Inc., Tempe.

Molestina 2008

Molestina, María del Carmen
    2008    Informe Arqueológico Rumipamba. Banco Central, Quito.