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The Art of Mesoamerica
From Olmec to Aztec

 

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The Art of Mesoamerica
From Olmec to Aztec

by Mary Ellen Miller (Author)

 

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ISBN: 9780500204146

 

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Dealing with Teotihuacan, this book discusses the rulership and ethnicity of that powerful yet enigmatic city. With many illustrations and analysis of recent discoveries, this book is suitable for the art historian, student and traveller.


This expanded and fully revised fifth edition of Mary Ellen Miller's classic book features a completely new chapter on Teotihuacan discussing the rulership and ethnicity of that powerful yet enigmatic city. Exciting new discoveries and ongoing research help clarify the links between the Olmecs and the Maya, while newly revealed paintings at Calakmul show Maya artists to have been both masters of convention and ready innovators. Vital new finds at the heart of the Aztec capital are still astounding students of Mexico, even as the meaning of works from the Early Colonial period continue to reveal the complexity of the first decades under Spanish rule. With many new illustrations and analysis of recent discoveries, The Art of Mesoamerica remains an ideal companion for the art historian, student and traveller.


 

ISBN 500204144
ISBN13 9780500204146
Publisher Thames & Hudson Ltd
Format Paperback
Publication date 13/08/2012
Pages 288
Weight (grammes) 610
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 210
Width (mm) 150