Barbara Arroyo

Barbara Arroyo is a Research Associate at the Museo Popol Vuh, Universidad Francisco Marroquín, Guatemala City.

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Cover: The Place of Stone Monuments: Context, Use, and Meaning in Mesoamerica's Preclassic TransitionThe Place of Stone Monuments: Context, Use, and Meaning in Mesoamerica's Preclassic TransitionGuernsey, Julia
Clark, John E.
Arroyo, Barbara
HARDCOVER10/15/2010$59.95
Cover: Teotihuacan: The World Beyond the CityTeotihuacan: The World Beyond the CityHirth, Kenneth G.
Carballo, David M.
Arroyo, Barbara
HARDCOVER07/07/2020$75.00
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