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Майкл Смит, Лайза Монтиель ::: Археологическое исследование империй и империализма в доиспанской Центральной Мексике

По большей части наш интерес к идентификации центральномексиканских империй связан с нашей работой над проектом Олбани Яутепек. Раскопки в Яутепеке проводились благодаря грантам Национального научного фонда, Национального фонда гуманитарных наук и фонда Хайнц. Исследование Яутепека проводилось на средства Национального научного фонда (диссертационные гранты Монтиель и Тимоти С. Хеа), Фонда антропологических исследований Веннер-Грен, Национального географического общества, Института месоамериканских исследований и Университета Олбани. Мы благодарны за помощь и поддержку руководства Национального института антропологии и истории, в особенности Норберто Гонсалесу Креспо, Гортензии де Вега Нова, Виктору Хьюго Валенсия Валера и Хоакину Гарсия-Барсена. Мы хотели бы также поблагодарить за помощь и идеи наших коллег по проекту Яутепек, в особенности Тимоти С. Хеа и Синтию Хит-Смит. Смит также хотел бы поблагодарить участников двух недавно прошедших конференций, способствующих дискуссии по проблемам нашей темы:  «Имперские модели: Сравнительная динамика ранних империй», организаторы Сьюзан Элкок, Теренс Д’Алтрой, Кетлин Моррисон и Карла Синополи (проходила в городе Михас, Испания, в октябре 1997 года), и «Постклассическая месоамериканская мир-система», организаторы Смит и Франсес Ф. Бердан (прошла в Ист Лансинг в апреле 1999 года) - обе конференции были проведены Фондом антропологических исследований Веннер-Грен. Предварительные версии некоторых идей, рассмотренных здесь, были представлены Смитом на симпозиуме по майянистике Техасского университета в Остине в марте 1998 года. Мы благодарим Джорджа Каугилла, Тимоти Эрла, Артура Джойса, Джея Силверстайна, Катарину Шрайбер и анонимных рецензентов за их полезные комментарии к первоначальным наброскам этой статьи. Мы также благодарим Синтию Кристен-Грэхем, которая обратила наше внимание на скульптуры Эль-Серрито, и Тимоти С. Хеа  за помощь в расчетах раннего постклассического типа при исследовании Яутепека и за предоставление цифровых схематических карт центральной Мексики.

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