By Sigvald Linne, George L. Cowgill, Staffan Brunius
The book of this e-book makes on hand once again the $64000 paintings conducted via the Swedish archaeologist Sigvald Linne (1899-1986) at the web site of Xolalpan, a part of the Teotihuacan advanced in Mexico. initially released in 1934, and now with a brand new foreword by way of Staffan Brunius and an advent through George L Cowgill, Linne's account of the excavation and reveals used to be one of many first investigations during this box to ascertain a family place of dwelling clear of the main pyramids which were the focal point of loads cognizance. The growth of the excavation, the graves that have been exposed, in addition to the variety of reveals recovered, together with utilitarian ceramics, incense burners, spindle whorls, clay and stone gadgets, collectible figurines and bone artefacts, are all mentioned by means of Linne.
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Still more probable it may perhaps be that several races were represented among the groups of migrants that in the course of hundreds or thousands of years made their way into the N ew World, and across the bleak regions trekked southwards to more hospitable zones. By degrees these races intermingled, and thus gave rise to the strangely heterogeneous population of America. The possibility of the aboriginal population of America having obtained a comparatively slight addition of Melanesian or Malayo-Polynesian blood cannot, perhaps, be entirely disregarded.
But the periods of ice and cold came to an end. A milder climate melted away the masses of ice, and new possibilities offered themselves to the hunter peoples of Central Asia to seek fresh ground. Then the drying-up process of the land began. The rivers gradually ran dry, the lakes also began to dry up, and their water turned salty. Vegetation and animal life, including man, had to recede, and extensive emigration took 15 place eastwards as well as northwards. It is not improbable that this emigration, driven on by necessity, provided the very reason for the great migration via Bering Strait into America.
215 WORKS CONSULTED .......................................................... 221 INDEX ............................................................................ 234 8 p R E F O A c E f the journey of archaeological study and research, the more important results of which are dealt with in the following, the initiative was taken by Sweden's envoy to Mexico, Minister C. G. G. Anderberg. By the Royal Swedish Academy of Science I was granted, for the purpose of carrying out this expedition, leave of absence for eight months, as from January 15th, 1932.