David Phillips, Todd Vanpool, y Cristina VanPool


Rakita, Gordon F. M.
Social Complexity, Religious Organization, and Mortuary Ritual in the Casas Grandes Region of Chihuahua, Mexico. Disertación doctoral, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor.

2006 Ancestors and elites: emergent complexity and ritual practices and mortuary behavior at Paquimé, Chihuahua, México. En Religion in the Prehistoric Southwest, Todd L. VanPool, Christine S. VanPool, y David A. Phillips, Jr., eds., pp. 219–234. AltaMira Press, Walnut Creek,

2006 Prehistoric ceramics from northwestern Chihuahua: Annotation of Selected Works (from 1828 to 1958). Pottery Southwest 25(1–2):15–25. Link

2006 Ramos Negro: the black sheep of the Chihuahuan wares. Pottery Southwest 25(1–2):10–14. Link

2009 Ancestors and Elites: Emergent Complexity and Ritual Practices in the Casas Grandes Polity. AltaMira Press, Lanham, Md.

Rakita, Gordon F. M., y Gerry Raymond
The temporal sensitivity of Casas Grandes polychrome ceramics. Kiva 68:153–184.

Rakita, Gordon F. M., Christine S. VanPool, Todd L. VanPool, y Sarah Sterling
An introduction to the 76 Draw Site, Luna County, New Mexico. En Patterns in Transition: Papers from the 16th Biennial Jornada Mogollon Conference, Melinda R. Landreth ed., pp. 29–64. El Paso Museum of Archaeology, El Paso, Texas. ["Introducción al sitio 76 Draw (Arroyo 76)"]

Ramírez Almaráz, Jesús Gerardo
Mesoamérica, Mesoamérica, Mesoamérica ¿Y el Norte Que? Actualidades Arqueológicas (revista electrónica) 10. Link

Ramírez, Jupiter Martínez, y Mayela Pastrana Oliver
Archaeology and development at Puerto Peñasco. CEDO News 9(1):10–11.

Rankin, Adrienne G.
Interim report: palynological investigations, Río Sonora project. Ms. en Palynology Laboratory, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Ravesloot, John C., Jr.
The post-Mimbres occupation of the Mimbres valley: the Classic period abandonment and the Casas Grandes interaction sphere. Ponencia a la reuníon anual de la Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans.

1979 The Animas Phase: The Postclassic Mimbres Occupation of the Mimbres Valley, New Mexico. Tesis maestría, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. [Relación entre las culturas Mimbres y Casas Grandes] [Mimbres-Casas Grandes relationship]

1984 Mortuary treatment and social differentiation at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ponencia a la reunión anual de la Society for American Archaeology, Portland.

1984 Mortuary treatment at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ponencia a la reunión del Arizona Archaeological Council, Phoenix.

1984 Social differentiation at Casas Grandes, Chihauhua, Mexico: An Archaeological Analysis of Mortuary Practices. Disertación doctoral, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

1986 Wealth, status, authority, and power as reflected in mortuary practices from Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ponencia a la Reunión Arqueológica del Occidente y Norte de México, Homenaje al Dr. J. Charles Kelley, Zacatecas.

1988 The chronology of cultural interaction in the Gran Chichimeca. Ponencia al simposio "Culture and Contact: Charles C. Di Peso and the Gran Chichimeca," Amerind Foundation, Dragoon.

1988 Mortuary Practices and Social Differentiation at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 49. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

1994 Architectural planning and design: social and religious symbols of power at Casas Grandes. Ponencia a la reunión anual de la Society for American Archaeology, Anaheim. [Obra citada por Rakita 2001.]

1998 Casas Grandes. En Archaeology of Prehistoric Native America: An Encyclopedia, Guy Gibbon ed., pp. 121–122. Garland Publishing, New York.

2003 El sacrificio en Casas Grandes. Arqueología Mexicana 11(63):36–39.

Ravesloot, John C., Jeffrey S. Dean, y Michael S. Foster
A new perspective on the Casas Grandes tree ring dates. En The Gran Chichimeca: Essays on the Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Northern Mesoamerica, Jonathan Reyman ed., pp. 240–251. Avebury Press, Brookfield, Vermont.

1995 A reanalysis of the Casas Grandes tree-ring dates: a preliminary discussion. En Arqueología del Norte y del Occidente de México, Homenaje al Doctor J. Charles Kelley, Barbro Dahlgren y Ma. de los Dolores Soto de Arechavaleta eds., pp. 325–332. Instituto de Investigaciones Antropológicas, Universidad Autónoma de México, México.

Ravesloot, John C., y Patricia M. Spoerl
The role of warfare in the development of status hierarchies at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, Mexico. Ponencia a la 20a Chacmool Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Raymond, Gerry R.
2001 La investigación de algunos sitios al sur de Chihuahua. En Una Investigación Arqueológica de los Sitios Cerros de Trincheras del Arcaico Tardío en Chihuahua, México, Robert J. Hard y John R. Roney eds., tr. José Zapata, pp. 37–44. Special Report No. 25. Center for Archaeological Research, University of Texas, San Antonio.

Raymond, Gerry R., John R. Roney, A. C. MacWilliams, Robert J. Hard, Karen R. Adams, y William L. Merrill
Looking for early maize between the Southwest and Mesoamerica: a field report from southwest Chihuahua. Ponencia a la 68a reunión anual de la Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee.

Rebnegger, Karin Joy
Lithic Technology, Craft Production, and Site Variation in the Casas Grandes Region. Tesis de maestría, University of Oklahoma, Norman. [Citada en Pietzel 2007.] [Cited by Pietzel 2007.]

Reeves, C. C., Jr.
Pluvial Lake Palomas, northwestern Chihuahua, Mexico. En Guidebook of the Border Region, D. A. Cordova, S. A. Wengard, y J. Schomaker eds., pp. 143–154. New Mexico Geological Society, Socorro.

Reff, Daniel T.
The location of Corazónes and Señora: archaeological evidence from the Río Sonora valley, Mexico. En The Protohistoric Period in the North American Southwest, A.D. 1450–1700, ed. by D. R. Wilcox y W. B. Masse, pp. 94–112. Arizona State University Anthropological Papers No. 24, Tempe.

Regan, John
A comparison of two prehistoric shell middens in the northern Gulf of California. Ms. (No. 2008.1.12) en los archivos del Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Reinhard, Karl
Prehistoric cremations from Nogales, Arizona. The Kiva 43:231–252.

Reyman, Jonathan E.
The Gran Chichimeca: Essays on the Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Northern Mesoamerica. Averbury, Aldershot.

Ricketts, Darlene M.
Winds of change: temporal farming in west central Chihuahua, Mexico. Tesis maestría, University of British Columbia, Okanagan. Link

Riley, Carroll L.
Color direction symbolism in the Greater Southwest. Am´rica Indígena 23:49–60.

1976 Las Casas and the golden cities. Ethnohistory 23:19–30.

1976 Sixteenth Century Trade in the Greater Southwest. Research Records of the University Museum, Mesoamerican Studies No. 10. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

1977 Reseña de C. Lumholz, Unknown Mexico. American Anthropologist 79:681–682. [Reseña de la edición de 1973] [Review of the 1973 edition]

1979 Casas Grandes and the Sonoran statelets. Ponencia a la Chicago Anthropological Society.

1980 Contact and Trade in the Prehistoric Southwest. En New Frontiers in the Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Greater Southwest, Carroll L. Riley y Basil C. Hedrick eds., pp. 13–19. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science.

1980 Mesoamerica and the Hohokam: a view from the 16th century. En Current Issues in Hohokam Prehistory: A Symposium, D. Doyel y F. Plog eds., pp. 41–48. Arizona State University Anthropological Papers No. 23, Tempe.

1982 The Frontier People: The Greater Southwest in the Protohistoric Period. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Research Paper, Occasional Series No. 1. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. [Reseña: Naylor 1983] [Review: Naylor 1983]

1985 Spanish contact and the collapse of the Sonoran statelets. En The Archaeology of West and Northwest Mesoamerica, M. S. Foster y P. C. Weigand eds., pp. 419–430. Westview Press, Boulder.

1986 An overview of the greater Southwest in the protohistoric period. Ver Mathien y McGuire 1986:45–54. [Patrones de intercambio en tiempos protohistóricos] [Trade connections in protohistoric times]

1987 The Frontier People: The Greater Southwest in the Protohistoric Period. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. [Versión aumentada de Riley 1982. Reseñas: Doelle 1989; Fish 1990] [Expanded version of Riley 1982. Reviews: Doelle 1989; Fish 1990]

1990 A view from the Protohistoric. En Perspectives on Southwestern Prehistory, P. E. Minnis y C. Redman eds., pp. 228–238. Westview Press, Boulder.

1990 The Sonoran Statelets Revisited: Urbanism in the Serrana Province of Northeastern Sonora. En Papers in Honor of William Sundt, D. T. Kirkpatrick ed., pp. 229–238. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 16.

1993 Charles C. Di Peso: an intellectual biography. En Culture and Contact: Charles C. Di Peso's Gran Chichimeca, Anne I. Woosley y John C. Ravesloot eds., pp. 11–22. Amerind Foundation y University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

1993 The pre-Spanish Camino Real. En El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro, G. Palmer ed., pp. 13–19. Cultural Resource Series No. 11. .USDI Bureau of Land Management, Santa Fe.

1995 Marata and its neighbors. En ," En The Gran Chichimeca: Essays on the Archaeology and Ethnohistory of Northern Mesoamerica, J. E. Reyman ed., pp. 208–223. Avebury Press, Lanham, Md.

1999 The Sonoran statelets and Casas Grandes. En The Casas Grandes World, Curtis F. Schaafsma y Carroll L. Riley eds., pp. 193–200. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

2005 Becoming Aztlán: Mesoamerican Influence in the Greater Southwest, AD 1200–1500. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. [Reseña: Nelson 2009] [Review: Nelson 2009]

2008 Aztlan: the prehistoric Southwest as a Mexican civilization. El Palacio 113(4):27–31.

Riley, Carroll L., y Basil C. Hedrick
La Ubicación de Corazones. En Las Fronteras de Mesoamérica, XIV Mesa Redonda, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, pp. 243–248. Sociedad Mexicana de Antropología. Impresos Rosete, México.

Riley, Carroll L., y Joni L. Manson
The Sonoran connection: road and trail networks in the protihistoric period. En Ancient Road Networks and Settlement Hierarchies in the New World, Charles D. Trombold ed., pp. 132–144. CUP Archive, Cambridge University Press, ____.

Riley, Carroll L., y Howard D. Winters
The prehistoric Tepehuan of northern Mexico. Southwest Journal of Anthropology 19:177–185. [Los autores proponen una continuidad histórica entre la cultura Loma San Gabriel y los Tepehuanes.] [Authors argue for a Loma San Gabriel–Tepehuan continuum.]

Rinaldo, John B.
Medio period stone artifacts. Vea Di Peso et al. 1974 7:38–482.

Rivet, Paul
Recherches au Mexique. Journal de la Societé des Americanistes de Paris 18:373. [Nota sobre el descubrimiento de un sitio en el sur de Sonora por G. W. Avery] [Note on the discovery of a site in southern Sonora by G. W. Avery]

Rizo, Michael Joseph
Scarlet macaw production and trade at Paquimé, Chihuahua. Tesis maestría, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Roberts, David
Stephn Lekson has a theory ... and he's sticking with it. National Geographic Adventure Magazine, 7(2):50–57.

Robles Ortiz, Manuel
Distribución de artefactos Clovis en Sonora. Boletín INAH 9:25–32.

1982 Análisis de pictografías tardías del Tetabejo, Sonora. Noroeste de México 6:43–49. Centro Regional del Noroeste, INAH, S.E.P., Hermosillo. [Arte rupestre del período histórico] [Historic period rock art]

Robles Ortiz, Manuel, y Francisco Manzo Taylor
Clovis fluted points from Sonora, Mexico. The Kiva 37(4):199–206.

1973 Distribution of Clovis artifacts in the state of Sonora. Ms. en el Centro Regional del Noroeste, INAH, S.E.P., Hermosillo.

1973 El arroyo Bacoachi y el tráfico de conchas Trincheras. Ms. en el Centro Regional del Noroeste, INAH, S.E.P., Hermosillo.

s.f. Un sitio de la cultura Trincheras en el valle del río Altar. Ms. en el Centro Regional del Noroeste, INAH, S.E.P., Hermosillo.

Rodriguez García, Elsa
Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia Chihuahua. Archaeology Southwest 17(2):4–5. [Con versión en inglés, "INAH in Chihuahua," p. 6] [English translation, "INAH in Chihuahua," p. 6]

Rodriguez Loubet, Michel Antochiw, y Elizabeth Araux
Quitovac 1, Etnoarqueología del Desierto de Sonora, México. Editions Recherches sur les Civilizations, Paris.

Rodriguez Sanchez, Ernesto Aquiles
Informe Técnico, Proyecto de Salvamento Arqueológico, Marina Peñasco, Sonora, México. INAH, Hermosillo.

Rogers, Malcom J.
Early Lithic Industries of the Lower Basin of the Colorado River and Adjacent Desert Areas. San Diego Museum Papers No. 5, San Diego.

1945 An outline of Yuman prehistory. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 1:167–198.

1966 Ancient Hunters of the Far West. San Diego Union-Tribune Publishing Co., San Diego.

Rogers, Ray N.
Gila Polychrome analysis. Ver Di Peso, Rinaldo, y Fenner 1974:8:144–150. [La cerámica Gila polícromo fue producido localmente en Paquimé.] [Gila polychrome was produced locally at Paquimé.]

Roney, John R.
Casas Grandes: a guide to the regional literature. Ms.

1996 Late Archaic cerros de trincheras in northwest Chihuahua. Ponencia a la reunión anual de la Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans. [Obra citada por O'Donovan 2002] [Cited in O'Donovan 2002]

Roney, John R., y Robert J. Hard
A note on the temporal and geographic distribution of cerros de trincheras. Ponencia a la reunión anual de la Society for American Archaeology, Seattle.

2002 Early agriculture in northwestern Chihuahua. En Traditions, Transitions, and Technologies: Themes in Southwestern Archaeology, Sarah H. Schlanger ed., pp. 163–180. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

2003 Late Archaic villages on the Rio Casas Grandes. Archaeology Southwest 17(2):11. [Aldeas del período Arcáico Tardío en el valle del río Casas Grandes]

2004 A review of cerros de trincheras in northwestern Chihuahua. En Surveying the Archaeology of Northwest Mexico, Gillian E. Newell y Emiliano Gallaga eds., pp. 127–148. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Roos, Christopher I., Suzanne K. Fish, and Paul Fish
Exploring the occupational dynamics of the area surrounding Cerro de Trincheras. Paper presented to the 67th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Denver. [Obra citada en McGuire y Villalpando 2015.]

Root, William C.
The metallurgy of Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico. En Metals from the Cenote of Sacrifice, Chichen Itza, Yucatan por S. K. Lothrop, pp. 20–22. Memoirs of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology 10(2). Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. [Incluye artefactos de metal de Chihuahua.] [Includes Chihuahuan metal artifacts.]

Rosenthal, E. Jane
Chipped shell tools from the Sierra Pinacate, Sonora, Mexico. Ms. en el Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson.

1977 Sierra Pinacate percussion-flaked shell tool manufacture. Journal of Field Archaeology 4(3):372–375.

1979 Surface Context, Contemporaneity and Cultural Tradition: Chipped Stone Tools from the Sierra Pinacate, Sonora, Mexico. Disertación Doctoral, University of Arizona, Tucson. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor.

s.f. Artifacts from Cathy's Site, Tiburon Island. Ms. en el Centro Regional del Noroeste, INAH, Hermosillo.

Rowles, Ryan A.
Stone Tool Manufacture, Craft Specialization, and Intrasite Variation at the Arroyo la Tinaja Site (204) in the Casas Grandes Region, Chihuahua, Mexico. Tesis de maestría, University of Oklahoma, Norman. [Obra citada en Whalen y Minnis 2009.]

Royall, Travis J.
Built to Measure: Reconstructing an Ancient Measurement System from Extant Architecture at Casas Grandes. Tesis de maestría, University of Missouri, Columbia.

Rubín de la Borbolla, Daniel F.
Arqueología del sur de Durango. Revista Mexicana de Estudios Antropológicos 3:111–120.

Ruebelmann, George N.
Casas Grandes: the meteorite in the room. En History and Archaeology—Connecting the Dots, Papers in Honor of David H. Snow, editado por Emily J. Brown, Carol J. Condie, y Helen K. Crotty, pp. 185–198. Papers of the Archaeological Society of New Mexico No. 42, Albuquerque.

Ruiz-Funes, R.
Caminando por las cuevas de gigantes, patrón de asentamiento y distribución spacial en la Sierra Tarahumara, un estudio etnoarqueológico. Tesis de bachillerato, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, México. [Obra citada en/cited in Wyndham 2011.]

Russell, Will, y Aaron Wright
How far is a pipette? Iconographic evidence for inter-regional connectivity in the prehistoric Southwest and beyond. The Artifact 46:19–45. [Distribución de un elemento de arte rupestre, la "pipeta." Incluye ejemplares del noroeste de México.] [Regional distribution of the "pipette" rock art element. Includes examples from northwest Mexico.]

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