William L. Fash

William L. Fash, Jr., is Bowditch Professor of Central American and Mexican Archaeology and Ethnology and William and Muriel Seabury Howells Director of the Peabody Museum at Harvard University.

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Cover: The Art of Urbanism: How Mesoamerican Kingdoms Represented Themselves in Architecture and ImageryThe Art of Urbanism: How Mesoamerican Kingdoms Represented Themselves in Architecture and ImageryFash, William L.
López Luján, Leonardo
PAPERBACK04/02/2012$35.00
Cover: Ceramics and Artifacts from Excavations in the Copan Residential ZoneCeramics and Artifacts from Excavations in the Copan Residential ZoneWilley, Gordon R.
Leventhal, Richard M.
Demarest, Arthur A.
Fash, William L.
PAPERBACK02/21/1995$70.00
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