Tenochitlan en una Isla
Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Anthropologia e Historia (INAH)
Place: Mexico City
147pp with figures, 7 maps which one folds out and 29 plates. Octavo (9" x 6") issued in pictorial wrappers. INAH History Series II. 1st edition.
Ignacio Bernal started out as a student under Alfonso Caso while working on excavating and reconstructing Monte Alban’s Main Plaza. Later, with his student, John Paddock, he excavated much of the rest of Monte Alban. Along with this great accomplishment, Ignacio Bernal has achieved much during his life; he was the director of Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology, he headed the Mexican government’s major archeological project at Teotihuacan, he presided over the XXXV International Congress of Americanists where several of his papers were presented, and he has written many books and articles.
Wrappers soiled, corners bumped, wear to extremities, spine rubbed and ends chipped. About a very good copy.
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