Ceramic Stratigraphy at Santa Cruz, Chiapas, Mexico
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Author: Sanders, William T. (1926-2008)
Publisher: New World Archaeological Foundation, Brigham Young University
Pub Date: 1961
Condition: Fair. Binding tight. Previous owner’s name on upper corner front cover. Spine and spine head have 2 areas that appear to be insect (?) damage (chewing? on spine and spine head). Upper edge front cover has approx. 1″ vertical tear. Some corner and edge wear. Inside rear cover has errata slip glued in (author’s name listed incorrectly).
Notes: Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation Number Thirteen, Publications of the New World Archaeological Foundation Publication No. 9. The Santa Cruz site sits on an oxbow of the Grijalva River, south of the village of Chiapilla, Chiapas. The area is primarilly agricultural, but in excavating the site, hundreds of ceramic pieces (and a few burials) were found.
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