Olmec to Aztec: Settlement Patterns in the Ancient Gulf Lowlands

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Author: Stark, Barbara L and Philip J Arnold III (editors)

Year: 1994

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

Place: Tucson

Description:

x+383 pages with maps, figures, illustrations and index. Royal octavo (9 1/2" x 6 1/4") issued in green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. 1st edition.

Contents: The Spatial Structure of Formative Houselots at Bezuapan by Christopher A Pool; Olmec Ritual and Sacred Geography at Manati by Maria del Carmen Rodriguez and Ponciano Ortiz Ceballos; Olmec Architecture at San Lorenzo by Ann Cyphers; Spindle Whorls and cotton Production at Middle Classic Matacapan and in the Gulf Lowlands by Barbara Ann Hall; Settlement System and Population Development at San Lorenzo by Stacey C Symonds and Roberto Lunagomez; Formative Period Settlement Patterns in the Tuxtla Mountains by Robert S Statley, Philip F Arnold III and Thomas P Barrett; Settlement History in the Lower Cotaxtla Basin by Annick Daneels; by Christopher von Nagay; Gulf Lowland Ceramic Styles and Political Geography in Ancient Veracruz by Barbara L Stark; Gulf Lowland Settlement in Perspective by Philip F Arnold III and Barbara L Stark.

Condition:

Heal corners bumped else a very good to fine copy in a fine jacket.


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