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Collapse: Why do civilizations fall?
Collapse: Why do civilizations fall?Sources

The Maya
Chaco Canyon
Mali and Songhai
Touching the Past
Related Resources

Sources used in the creation of this exhibit

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Conversations With Lew Binford: Drafting the New Archaeology. Lewis Roberts Binford and Paula L. W. Sabloff. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.

The Dynamics of Apocalypse: A Systems Simulation of the Classic Maya Collapse. John W. Lowe. University of New Mexico Press, 1985.

A Guide to Ancient Maya Ruins. C. Bruce Hunter. University of Oklahoma Press, 1985.

The Maya. Michael Coe. Thames and Hudson, 1990.

Maya Civilization. T. Patrick Culbert. Smithsonian Books, 1995.

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Scribes, Warriors, and Kings: The City of Copan and the Ancient Maya. William L. Fash. Thames and Hudson, 1991.

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Victims of Progress. John H. Bodley. Mayfield, 1990.

Virtual Archaeology: Re-Creating Ancient Worlds. Maurizio Forte. Harry N. Abrams, 1997.

The World of the Ancient Maya. John S. Henderson. Cornell University Press, 1997.


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