Mexican Highland Cultures: Archaeological Researches at Teotihuacan, Calpulalpan, and Chalchicomula in 1934-35

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Author: Linne, Sigvald (1899-1986)

Year: 1942

Publisher: Ethnographical Museum of Sweden

Place: Stockholm


223 pages with maps, figures, diagrams, plates (some in color), fold out site plan, bibliography and index. Quarto (11 3/4" x 9 1/4") bound in original publisher's wrappers. The Ethnographical Museum of Sweden, New Series, publication number 7. First edition.

This classic work was published ten years after archaeological excavations were begun in the Valley of Mexico by Linne's team, presents additional data that had not been fully detailed in the previously published Archaeological Researches at Teotihuacan. It provides comparative information on the high-status ruins situated on the fringes of the Valley of Mexico and excavation results from a compound within the city of Teotihuacan. This information is of critical use to archaeologists still excavating at Teotihuacan in projecting compound extent, types of artifacts expected to be discovered and patters of artifacts to be found in particular types of rooms. The characteristics of burials is also explored. This book is an important primary resource for Americanists.


Corners bumped, light edge wear, lightly soiled else a very good copy.

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