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Joya de Cerén (Perhiasan Cerén dalam bahasa Spanyol) adalah sebuah situs arkeologi di Departemen La Libertad, El Salvador, yang menampilkan desa pertanian Maya pra-Kolumbus. Situs Maya kuno Joya de Cerén terletak di Lembah Zapotitán, yang berjarak 36,000 meter dari barat laut San Salvador, El Salvador.[1] Situs tersebut seringkali disebut sebagai "Pompeii dari Benua Amerika", yang membandingkannya dengan reruntuhan Romawi terkenal tersebut.

CatatanSunting

  1. ^ Castellanos, p. 94.

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  • Conyers, Lawrence B. (1996) "Archaeological evidence for dating the Loma Caldera eruption, Ceren, El Salvador", in Geoarchaeology Vol. 11, Iss. 5, pp. 377–391.
  • "Joya de Cerén Archaeological Site." United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. UNESCO, n.d. Web. 15 Apr 2012.<http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/675>.
  • Lentz, David L.; Beaudry-Corbett, Marilyn; de Aguilar, Maria Luisa Reyna; Kaplan, Lawrence (1996) "Foodstuffs, Forests, Fields, and Shelter: A Paleoethnobotanical Analysis of Vessel Contents from the Ceren Site, El Salvador" in Latin American Antiquity Vol. 7, No. 3 (Sep., 1996), pp. 247–262.
  • Castellanos, Carolina, and Descamps, Francoise 2004 Joya de Cerén, El Salvador: site interpretation in participatory management planning. Blackwell Publishing. 56(3), 94-103.
  • Brown, Linda, and Payson Sheets 2000 Distinguishing Domestic from Ceremonial Structures in Southern Mesoamerica: suggestions from Cerén, El Salvador. Mayab 13, 11-21.
  • Farahani, Alan, et al. 2017 Identifying ‘plantscapes’ at the Classic Maya village of Joya de Cerén, El Salvador. Antiquity Publications, Ltd. 980-997.
  • Miller, D.C. 1989 Stratigraphy of Volcanic Deposits at El Cerén. In P.D. Sheets and B.R. McKee, Eds., 1989 Archaeological Investigations at the Cerén Site, El Salvador: A Preliminary Report. Boulder: Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado. 8-19.
  • Parnell, J., Terry, R., and Sheets, P. 2002 Soil Chemical Analysis of Ancient Activities in Cerén, El Salvador: A Case Study of a Rapidly Abandoned Site. Latin American Antiquity, 13(3), 331-342.
  • Sharer, Robert, and Loa Traxler 2005 The Ancient Maya, 6th edition. Stanford University Press, Redwood City. 1-984.
  • Sheets, Payson 1992 The Cerén Site: A Prehistoric Village Buried by Volcanic Ash in Central America. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  • Sheets, Payson 2000 PROVISIONING THE CERÉN HOUSEHOLD: The Vertical Economy, Village Economy, and Household Economy in the Southeastern Maya Periphery. Ancient Mesoamerica, 11(2), 217-230.
  • Sheets, Payson 2013 [1] Revealing Ancestral Central America: Dwelling on the Ancestral Joya de Cerén Village. The Smithsonian Latino Center and the National Museum of the American Indian Smithsonian Institution. 22-31.
  • CU team discovers Mayan crop system. University of Colorado at Boulder, June 16, 2009

Daftar pustakaSunting

  • Before the Volcano Erupted: The Ancient Cerén Village in Central America. Texas University Press, 2002. ISBN 0-292-77761-2

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