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Pre-Columbian Art at Dumbarton Oaks 3

Ancient Mexican Art at Dumbarton Oaks

Edited by Susan Toby Evans

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HARDCOVER

$70.00 • £56.95 • €63.00

ISBN 9780884023456

Publication Date: 06/01/2010

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This volume, the third in a series of catalogues of Pre-Columbian art at Dumbarton Oaks, presents the outstanding collection of Aztec, Mixtec, Zapotec, Teotihuacan, and Classic Veracruz sculpture, jewelry, and painting. (Other volumes focus on objects from the Andes and from the Olmec and Maya civilizations of eastern Mesoamerica.)

Four leading scholars present essays on the ancient art and archaeology of Mexico’s Central Highlands, Southwestern Highlands, and Gulf Lowlands as well as extensive catalogue entries of over 100 objects of jade, shell, fine ceramics, wood, and other materials. The catalogue is richly illustrated with color plates, comparative illustrations, and diagrams presented as black-and-white figures. This catalogue will be an important and enduring reference for scholars and students, as well as an attractive volume for admirers of Pre-Columbian art.

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