R S 316M R S 316M. Early Mesoamerican Religions. 3 Hours.
Same as Anthropology 310I, History 310E, and Latin American Studies 310D. Introduction to the study of indigenous religions in Mesoamerica, a geographic and cultural area spanning north-central Mexico through western Honduras, from approximately 250 BC - AD 1700. Examine the role of religion and ritual in daily life, as well as the lines of evidence available today for understanding them. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Only one of the following may be counted: Anthropology 310I, History 310E, Latin American Studies 310D, Religious Studies 311 (Topic: Early Mesoamerican Religion), 316M.
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