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Aztec Imperial Strategies
Frances F. Berdan, Richard E. Blanton, Elizabeth Hill Boone, Mary G. Hodge, Michael E. Smith, Emily Umberger

“A synthesis of virtually all extant scholarship, from the classic to the most recent, from ethnohistory to art history to archaeology, this volume is an essential reference for anyone concerned with the Aztec Empire, indeed with Mesoamerica as a whole. . . . Taken together, these papers consistently address the major issues, including the persisting controversies, that have formed and directed Aztec research to date.” The Journal of Anthropological Research

Papers from the 1986 Summer Seminar, "Empire, Province, and Village in Aztec History"