Ancient Oaxaca: Discoveries in Mexican Archeology and History
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Editor: Paddock, John
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Pub Date: 1966 (First edition)
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Previous owner’s name, date and locational information on front pastedown. Without dust jacket. Sine sun-faded. Some edge and corner wear. Smudging to bottom text block. Embossed front board.
Notes: Part 1 was originally published in Spanish, in the Mexican periodical Esplendor del Mexico antigua in 1959. The last 6 papers were also published in Spanish in 1964 in Actas y Memorias del XXXV Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, Mexico, 1962. Conference papers. Probably used as an upper level text. Still in print (at $80)
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