Thirteen Masterpieces of Mexican Archaeology (English and Spanish Edition) ebook
by Alfonso Caso
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Published by Ed. Cultura y Polis, Mexico (1938).
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Trece obras maestras de arqueologia mexicana, por Alfonso Caso.
Caso, Alfonso 1938 Thirteen Masterpieces of Mexican Archaeology. Stirling, M. W. 1943 Stone Monuments of Southern Mexico. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 138. Washington. Thompson, J. E. S. 1943 Some Sculptures from Southeastern Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Ethnology, Vol. 1, No. 17, pp. 100-12. Recommend this journal.
Alfonso Caso y Andrade (February 1, 1896 in Mexico City – November 30, 1970 in Mexico City) was an archaeologist who made important contributions to pre-Columbian studies in his native Mexico. Caso believed that the systematic study of ancient Mexican civilizations was an important way to understand Mexican cultural roots
They are on the faculty of Pennsylvania State University. mesoamericanist archaeologists in Aztec (Evans) and Maya (Webster) studies. They are on the faculty of Pennsylvania State University.
They are on the faculty of Pennsylvania State University. Paperback: 992 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0415873994.
Alfonso Caso (älfōn´sō kä´sō), 1896–1970, Mexican archaeologist. Among his many books and articles are The Religion of the Aztecs (tr. 1937), Thirteen Masterpieces of Mexican Archeology (tr. An authority on the ancient high civilizations of Mexico, he directed explorations at Mitla and Monte Albán during the 1920s and 30s. Source for information on Caso, Alfonso: The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. dictionary. 1938), and The Aztecs: People of the Sun (tr. 1958). The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed.
älfōn& kä& 1896–1970, Mexican archaeologist. An authority on the ancient high civilizations of Mexico, he directed explorations at MitlaMitla, religious center of the Zapotec, near Oaxaca, SW Mexico. Probably built in the 13th cent. the buildings, unlike the pyramidal structures of most Middle American architecture, are low, horizontal masses enclosing the plazas. Want to thank TFD for its existence?
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