Prehistoric Lowland Maya Community and Social Organization: A Case Study at Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan, Mexico

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Author: Kurjack, Edward B from the library of Dr Robert Hill Lister

Year: 1974

Publisher: Tulane University

Place: New Orleans

Description:

xii+105 pages with maps, diagrams, illustrations, plates and tables. Quarto (10 1/2" 7 3/4") issued in wrappers. Foreword by E Wyllys Andrews V. National Geographic Society-Tulane University Program of Research in Yucatan. Middle American Research Institute Publication 38. From the library of Dr Robert Hill Lister 1st ed edition.

Robert Hill Lister (1916-1990) abd Florence Lister were distinguished archaeologists of the Southwest region, with a long association with Mesa Verde and other Four Corners region sites.

Using settlement pattern and architectural distribution data from Dzibilchaltun recovered during the 1957-1965 Tulane project, Kurjack attempts to show that Classic Maya society in the Northern Lowlands was more complex than previously thought. The map of Dziilchaltun is published separetly (Publication 47).

Condition:

Dr Lister's name on half title, spine sunned else a very good copy.

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