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Canal Irrigation in Prehistoric Mexico

The Sequence of Technological Change

Canal Irrigation in Prehistoric Mexico( )
Author: Doolittle, William E.
ISBN:978-0-292-72953-7
Publication Date:Mar 2011
Publisher:University of Texas Press
Book Format:Paperback
List Price:AUD $27.50
Book Description:

Prehistoric farmers in Mexico invented irrigation, developed it into a science, and used it widely. Indeed, many of the canal systems still in use in Mexico today were originally begun well before the discovery of the New World. In this comprehensive study, William E. Doolittle synthesizes and extensively analyzes all that is currently known about the development and use of irrigation technology in prehistoric Mexico from about 1200 B.C. until the Spanish conquest in the sixteenth...
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Book Details
Pages:219
Detailed Subjects: Technology & Engineering / Hydraulics
Technology & Engineering / Agriculture / Irrigation
Social Science / Archaeology
Physical Dimensions (W X L X H):15.24 x 22.86 cm
Book Weight:0.636 Kilograms



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