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010.205.01, Fall 2022

Popovici, Catherine, Fall 2022
Eisenhower Reserves
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Ancient Maya art at Dumbarton Oaks Book , Print in English

Joanne Pillsbury [and others], editors ; with additional contributions by Barbara Arroyo… ©2012.

This introduction to Maya art is based on study of one of the most important collections in the United States, assembled by Robert Woods Bliss between 1935 and 1962. The catalogue, written by leading Maya scholars, contains detailed analyses of specific works of art along with…
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F1435.3.A7 A63 2012 QUARTO c. 1
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Joyce Marcus, Kent V. Flannery. 1996.

Marcus, Joyce.

1. The Zapotec and the Valley of Oaxaca -- 2. Ethnogenesis and Social Evolution -- 3. The Late Ice Age and the Strategy of High Mobility -- 4. Coping with Risk at the Local Level -- 5. Agriculture as an Extension of Foraging Strategy -- 6. Learning to Live in Villages…
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F 1219.1 .O11 M37 1996 QUARTO c. 1
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edited by Julia A. Hendon and Rosemary A. Joyce. 2004.

Mesoamerica: a working model for archaeology / Rosemary A. Joyce -- Mesoamerica goes public: early ceremonial centers, leaders, and communities / John E. Clark -- Shared art styles and long-distance contact in early Mesoamerica / Richard G. Lesure…
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F1435.M557 2004 c. 1
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Mary Ellen Miller. 2019

Miller, Mary Ellen,

"Expanded and revised in its sixth edition, The Art of Mesoamerica surveys the artistic achievements of the high pre-Hispanic civilizations of Central America--Olmec, Maya, Teotihuacan, Toltec, and Aztec--as well as those of their lesser-known contemporaries. Providing an…
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F1219.3.A7 M55 2019 c. 1
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Maya art and architecture Book , Print in English

Mary Ellen Miller and Megan O'Neil. 2014

Miller, Mary Ellen,

Explores the visual world of the Maya, explaining how and why the Maya created paintings, sculpture and monuments. With an array of new material, from recent finds including the La Corona panels, to new studies of the monuments at Palenque, Zotz and elsewhere, to the beautiful…
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F1435.3.A7 M55 2014 c. 2
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by Mary Miller and Claudia Brittenham ; with new reconstruction paintings by Heather… 2013.

Miller, Mary Ellen.

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F1435.1.B6 M55 2013 QUARTO c. 1
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edited by Kathleen Berrin and Virginia M. Fields. 2010.

Considered the "mother culture" of Mesoamerica, the people known today as the Olmec developed an iconic and sophisticated artistic style as early as the second millennium BC. This pre-Columbian civilization, which flourished in the Mexican states of Veracruz and Tabasco between…
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F1219.8.O56 O465 2010 QUARTO c. 1
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[edited by] Matthew Robb ; with [contributions from] Rubén Cabrera Castro, David M.… 2017

"Founded in the first century BCE near a set of natural springs in an otherwise dry northeastern corner of the Valley of Mexico, the ancient metropolis of Teotihuacan was on a symbolic level a city of elements. With a multiethnic population of perhaps one hundred thousand, at its…
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F1219.1.T27 T435 2017 QUARTO c. 1

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