Colin McEwan

Colin McEwan (1951–2020) was Director of Pre-Columbian Studies at Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Pre-Columbian Art from Central America and Colombia at Dumbarton OaksPre-Columbian Art from Central America and Colombia at Dumbarton OaksMcEwan, Colin
Hoopes, John W.
HARDCOVER01/11/2022$95.00
Cover: Pre-Columbian Central America, Colombia, and Ecuador: Toward an Integrated ApproachPre-Columbian Central America, Colombia, and Ecuador: Toward an Integrated ApproachMcEwan, Colin
Hoopes, John W.
HARDCOVER12/14/2021$75.00
Cover: Waves of Influence: Pacific Maritime Networks Connecting Mexico, Central America, and Northwestern South AmericaWaves of Influence: Pacific Maritime Networks Connecting Mexico, Central America, and Northwestern South AmericaBeekman, Christopher S.
McEwan, Colin
HARDCOVER06/14/2022$85.00
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