Publications

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Publication Bibliographic Entry
Coe and Coe 2007

Coe, Sophie D. and Michael D. Coe
    2007    The True History of Chocolate. second ed. Thames and Hudson, New York.

Coe and Diehl 1980

Coe, Michael D. and Richard A. Diehl
     1980   In the Land of the Olmec. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Conyers 1996

Conyers, Lawrence B.
    1996    Archaeological Evidence for Dating the Loma Caldera Eruption, Ceren, El Salvador. Geoarchaeology 11(5):377-391.

Crown and Hurst 2009

Crown, Patricia L. and W. Jeffrey Hurst
     2009    Evidence of Cacao Use in the Prehispanic American Southwest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 106(7):2110-2113.

Cyphers, Ann 1999

Cyphers, Ann
    1999    From Stone to Symbols: Olmec Art in Social Context at San Lorenzo Tenochtitlán. In Social Patterns in Pre-Classic Mesoamerica, edited by D.C. Grove and R.A. Joyce, pp. 155-181. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington D.C.

Grivetti and Shapiro 2009

Grivetti, Louis E. and Howard-Yana Shapiro (editors)
    2009    Chocolate: History, Culture, and Heritage. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ.

Hall et al. 1990

Hall, Grant D., Stanley M. Tarka Jr., W. Jeffrey Hurst, David Stuart and Richard E. W. Adams
     1990    Cacao Residues in Ancient Maya Vessels from Rio Azul, Guatemala. American Antiquity 55(1):138-143.

Hammond and Miksicek 1981

Hammond, Norman and Charles H. Miksicek
    1981    Ecology and Economy of a Formative Maya Site at Cuello, Belize. Journal of Field Archaeology 8:260-269.

Harlan et al. 1988

Harlan, A., C. H. Miksicek and W. Van Asdall
    1988    Man and His Environment at Cihuatán. In Cihuatán, El Salvador: A Study in Intrasite Variability, edited by J.H. Kelley, pp. 137-164. Publications in Anthropology, 35. Vanderbilt University, Nashville.

Henderson et al. 2007

Henderson, Jon S., Rosemary A. Joyce, Grant D. Hall, W. Jeffrey Hurst and Patrick E. McGovern
     2007    Chemical and Archaeological Evidence for the Earliest Cacao Beverages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 104(8):18937-18940.

Hurst et al. 1989

Hurst, W. Jeffrey, R. A. Martin Jr., Stanley M. Tarka Jr. and Grant D. Hall
     1989    Authentication of Cocoa in Maya Vessels Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatographic Techniques. Journal of Chromatography 466:279-289.

Hurst et al. 2002

Hurst, W. Jeffrey., Stanley M. Tarka Jr., Terry G. Powis, Fred Valdez Jr. and Thomas R. Hester
     2002    Cacao Usage by the Earliest Maya Civilization. Nature 418:289-290.

Joyce and Henderson 2007

Joyce, Rosemary A. and Jon S. Henderson
     2007    From Feasting to Cuisine: Implications of Archaeological Research in an Early Honduras Village. American Anthropologist 109(4):642-653.

Joyce and Henderson 2010

Joyce, Rosemary A. and Jon S. Henderson
     2010    Forming Mesoamerican Taste: Cacao Consumption in Formative Period Contexts. In Pre-Columbian Foodways: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Food, Culture, and Markets in Ancient Mesoamerica, edited by J. E. Staller and M. D. Carrasco, pp. 157-173. Springer, New York.

Lentz et al. 1996

Lentz, David L., Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett, Maria Luisa Reyna de Aguilar and Lawrence Kaplan
    1996    Foodstuffs, Forests, Fields, and Shelter: A Paleoethnobotanical Analysis of Vessel Contents from the Ceren Site, El Salvador. Latin American Antiquity 7(3):247–262.

Macri 2005

Macri, M. J.
     2005    Nahua Loan Words from the Early Classic Period: Words for Cacao  Preparation on  a Rio Azul Ceramic Vessel. Ancient Mesoamerica 16:321-326.

McNeil 2006

McNeil, Cameron (editor)
    2006    Chocolate in Mesoamerica: A Cultural History of Cacao. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

McNeil et al. 2006

McNeil, C. L., W. J. Hurst and R. J. Sharer
    2006    The Use and Representation of Cacao During the Classic Perid at Copan, Honduras. In Chocolate in Mesoamerica: A Cultural History of Cacao, edited by C. L. McNeil, pp. 224-252. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

Miksicek 1983

Miksicek, Charles H.
    1983    Macrofloral Remains of the Pulltrouser Area: Settlements and Fields. In Pulltrouser Swamp: Ancient Maya Habitat, Agriculture, and Settlement in Northern Belize, edited by B.L. Turner and P.D. Harrison, pp. 94-104. University of Texas Press, Austin.

Powis et al. 2002

Powis, Terry G., Fred Valdez Jr., Thomas R. Hester, W. Jeffrey Hurst and Stanley M. Tarka Jr.
2002    Spouted Vessels and Cacao Use among the Preclassic Maya. Latin American Antiquity 13(1):86-106.

Powis et al. 2007

Powis, Terry G., W. Jeffrey Hurst, María del Carmen Rodríguez, Ponciano Ortíz C., Michael Blake, David Cheetham, Michael D. Coe, and John G. Hodgson
    2007 Oldest Chocolate in the New World. Antiquity 314(December). [http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/projgall/powis/index.html]

Powis et al. 2008

Powis, Terry G., W. Jeffrey Hurst, María del Carmen Rodríguez, Ponciano Ortíz C., Michael Blake, David Cheetham, . . . John G. Hodgson
    2008    The Origins of Cacao Use in Mesoamerica. Mexicon 30(2):35-38.

Powis et al. 2011

Powis, Terry G., Ann Cyphers, Nilesh W. Gaikwad, Louis Grivetti and Kong Cheong
     2011    Cacao Use and the San Lorenzo Olmec. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 108(21):8595-8600.

Prufer and Hurst 2007

Prufer, K. M. and W. J. Hurst
     2007    Chocolate in the Underworld Space of Death: Cacao Seeds from an Early Classic Mortuary Cave. Ethnohistory 54(2):273-301.

Sheets 2006

Sheets, Payson D.
     2006    The Ceren Site: An Ancient Village Buried by Volcanic Ash in Central America. second ed. Thomson Wadsworth, Belmont, CA.