Pedro Armillas: Vida y Obra

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Author: Rojas Rabiela, Teresa (editor)

Year: 1991

Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (INAH)

Place: Mexico City

Description:

2 volumes: 434 pages with diagrams and fold out map laid in; 375 pages with bibliography. Octavo (8 1/4" x 5 1/2") issued in wrappers. Limited to 2000 copies. First edition.

Contributors: Pedro Armillas by Jose Lorenzo; Pedro Armillas y la Escuela Nacional de Antropologia e Historia: 1952-1956 by Carlos Navarrete; Presencia de Pedro Armillas en la arqueologia mexicana by Eduardo Matos Moctezuma; Armillas y el Primer Taller del Programa de Adiestramiento Avamzado en Arqueologia by Teresa Rojas Rabiela.

Pedro Armillas Garcia (1914 – 1984) was a Spanish academic, anthropologist, archaeologist, and an influential pre-Columbian Mesoamerica scholar of the mid-20th century. As an archaeologist he was known both for his fieldwork and excavations at numerous sites in central and northern Mexico, and his contributions in archaeological theory. His study of how Mesoamerican agriculture and subsistence modes of production influenced the development of Mesoamerican cultures was a pioneering one, and he was one of the earliest to investigate pre-Columbian irrigation and hydraulic systems.

Condition:

A very good to fine set.


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