Very Good. Studies In Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology Number Two. 36 pages, 3 folding plates, text illustrations and diagrams, wrappers, very good. From the introduction: "The need for a grand collection of inscriptions becomes increasingly acute as advances in decipherment are made. We therefore present this number of Studies In Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology as an exercise in Maya epigraphy and art history. It is our hope that, even if our commentary on each of the three reliefs at Dumarton Oaks does not stand up to future criticism, we have at least published these pieces in a form useful to any student of Maya writing and art styles, no matter how different his theoretical bias may be from our own."
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library & Collection, Washington DC
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