Posts Tagged ‘Caves’

Cochuah volume

Posted by: Johan Normark on November 8, 2013

Maya chaosmos

Posted by: Johan Normark on October 10, 2013

Still being productive

Posted by: Johan Normark on August 14, 2013

Being productive

Posted by: Johan Normark on June 19, 2013

CRAS Report 2012

Posted by: Johan Normark on May 2, 2013

Political implications of rejolladas, cenotes, and sacbes

Posted by: Johan Normark on November 20, 2012

Climate change and Maya political systems

Posted by: Johan Normark on November 8, 2012

Agroforestry and caves

Posted by: Johan Normark on September 4, 2012

What is it like to be a cave from a speleocentric perspective?

Posted by: Johan Normark on August 17, 2012

The Maya world of communicating objects

Posted by: Johan Normark on May 9, 2012

Water, caves, and panpsychism in the Maya area

Posted by: Johan Normark on February 15, 2012

Protection and ensoulment through cranial modification

Posted by: Johan Normark on November 6, 2011

Palaeoclimate change, ancient cave use, and contemporary resilience

Posted by: Johan Normark on September 29, 2011

Eternal objects, actual objects, and animism in Maya cave archaeology

Posted by: Johan Normark on September 26, 2011

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