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Palaces of the Ancient New World

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PAPERBACK

$19.95 • £15.95 • €18.00

ISBN 9780884023418

Publication Date: 04/30/2009

Text

  • Preface [Jeffrey Quilter]
  • Palaces of the Ancient New World: An Introduction [Joanne Pillsbury and Susan Toby Evans]
  • Aztec Palaces and Other Elite Residential Architecture [Susan Toby Evans]
  • Elite Residences in West Mexico [Ben A. Nelson]
  • Royal Palaces and Painted Tombs: State and Society in the Valley of Oaxaca [Ernesto Gonzalez Licon]
  • Palaces of Tikal and Copan [Peter D. Harrison and E. Wyllys Andrews]
  • Identifying Subroyal Elite Palaces at Copan and Aguateca [David Webster and Takeshi Inomata]
  • The Concept of the Palace in the Andes [Joanne Pillsbury]
  • Palaces and Politics in the Andean Middle Horizon [William H. Isbell]
  • Identifying Chimu Palaces: Elite Residential Architecture in the Late Intermediate Period [Joanne Pillsbury and Banks L. Leonard]
  • Enclosures of Power: The Multiple Spaces of Inca Administrative Palaces [Craig Morris]
  • Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: Luxury and Daily Life in the Households of Machu Picchu’s Elite [Lucy C. Salazar and Richard L. Burger]
  • Body, Presence, and Space in the Andean and Mesoamerican Rulership [Stephen D. Houston and Tom Cummins]
  • Index

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