Archaeological Studies in Peru, 1941-1942
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Place: New York
Part 1:Archeological Notes on the Central Coast: viii+30 pages with plates and map; Part 2: A Ceramic Sequence at Pachacamac: -126 pages with plates, figures (one folding) and tables; Part 3: Excavations in the Chancay Valley: -200+ pages with plates, figures, tables and index; Part 4: A Supplement to the Pottery Sequence at Ancon -222+[2 ad] pages with plate, tables and index. Quarto (10 1/2" x 7 1/2") issued in brown cloth with black lettering to spine and pictorial to front cover. Columbia Studies in Archeology and Ethnology, volume 1, number 1, 2, 3 and 4. 1st edition.
This volume, divided into four separate parts, deals with work done in Peru by the Institute of Andean Research under the Auspices of the Office of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs. Part one Archeological Notes on the Central Coast is by William Duncan Strong and Gordon R Wiley. Part 2 A Ceramic Sequence at Pachacamac is by William Duncan Strong and John M Corbett. Part 3 Excavations in the Chancay Valley is by Gordon R Willey. Part 4 A Supplement to the Pottery Sequence at Ancon is by Gordon R Willey.
Corners bumped, spine ends and corners rubbed, shelf wear, hinges moderately rubbed, spine sunned with some wear else a good to very good copy issued without jacket.
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