The Archaeology of Quelepa, El Salvador
Publisher: Tulane University Press
Place: New Orleans
xiv+199 pages with 184 figures one fold out and one fold out map. Quarto (10 3/4" x 6") issued in green cloth with gilt lettering to spine and cover. Middle American Research Institute Publication 42. First edition.
A report of the excavations conducted at this site between 1967 and 1969. Includes descriptions of the architecture, ceramics, lithic finds, and sculpture. Dating primarily to the Classic Period, Quelepa was an important town on the southeastern periphery of Mesoamerica.
Corners bumped, title page lightly soiled. A better than very good copy issued without dust jacket..
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