Middle American Research Records, Volume II, numbers 1-8
Publisher: Tulane University Press
Place: New Orleans
174 pages with figures, plates, charts, tables and maps. Quarto (10 1/2" x 7 3/4") bound in original publisher's green wrappers with black lettering to spine and front wrapper. First edition.
Contents: Number 1: Notes and Comments on "Duck-Pots" from Guatemala by Stephen F de Borhegyi; Number 2: Implications of radiocarbon dates from Middle and South America by Robert Wauchope; Number 3: A chronological ordering of the Mesoamerican Pre-Classic by John L Sorenson; Number 4: Archaeological remains from the Cintalapa Region, Chipas, Mexico by Arden R King; Number 5: Hemispheric security reconsidered by Phlip B Taylor Jr; Number 6: Pre-Columbian cultural connections between Mesoamerica and Ecuador by Stephen F De Borhegyi; Number 7: Pre-Columbian cultural connections between Mesoamerica and Ecuador: Addenda by Stephen F de Borhegyi; Number 8: A developmental concept of Pre-Spanish urbanization in the valley of Mexico by William J Mayer-Oakes.
Corners bumped, lightly soiled. A very good copy.
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