The Art and Iconography of Late Post-Classic Central Mexico: A Confrence at Dumbarton Oaks, October 22d & 23d, 1977

The Art and Iconography of Late Post-Classic Central Mexico: A Confrence at Dumbarton Oaks, October 22d & 23d, 1977

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Author: Boone, Elizabeth Hill (editor)

Year: 1982

Publisher: Dumbarton Oaks

Place: Washington, DC

Description:

[v]+254 pages with figures, plates, facsimiles and bibliography. . Royal octavo (9 1/4" x6 1/4") bound in original publishers reddish brown cloth with gilt lettering to spine and covers, issued without jacket. First edition.

Elizabeth P Benson organizer. H B Nicholson: Introduction: The Importance of Late Post-Classic Central Mexico and Mesoamerican Studies; Thelma D Sullivan: Tlazoltcotl-Ixcuina: The Great Spinner and Weaver; Patricia Anawalt: Analysis of the Aztec Quechquemitl: An Exercise in Inference; Felipe R Solis Olguin: The Formal Pattern of Anthropomorphic Sculpture and the Ideology of the Aztec State; Richard F Townsend: Malinalco and the Lords of Tenochitlan; Jerome A Offner: Aztec Legal Process: The Case of Texcoco; Bodo Spranz: Archaeology and the Art of Mexican Picture Writing; Nancy P Troike: The Interpretation of Postures and Gestures in the Mixtec Codices; Jill Leslie Furst: Skeletonization in Mixtec Art: A Re-evaluation; H B Nicholson: The Mixteca-Puebla Concept revisited.

Condition:

Corners gently bumped else a near fine copy.


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