Browsing ANTH Research Publications by Type "Abstract"
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Assessing the demographic effects of Aztec imperialism: ancient mitochondrial and nuclear DNA evidence from Xaltocan, Mexico (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014-03)Between AD 1428 and 1521, the Aztec empire conquered numerous polities in the Basin of Mexico. At Xaltocan, an influential Otomi town, historical and archaeological evidence provide conflicting accounts of the ...
(Wiley Periodicals, INC, 2014-03)Located 3,886 m above sea-level, Achanchi, built in the 10th-12th century, AD, is one of the largest Chanka sites in the highland region of Andahuaylas, Peru and host to more than 300 stone buildings on over 15 ha. ...
Investigating the genetic effects of Spanish colonialism: a comparison of ancient and modern mitochondrial DNA from Xaltocan, Mexico (Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2015-03)Spanish colonialism had profound genetic effects on native populations in central Mexico. Previous studies have shown that gene flow from Spanish colonists and African slaves introduced new genetic variants into indigenous ...