Comalcalco Tabasco Mexico: An Architectonic Survey of a Maya Ceremonial Center. George F. Andrews, Don Hardesty, Gene Miller, et. al.

Comalcalco Tabasco Mexico: An Architectonic Survey of a Maya Ceremonial Center

Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon, 1967. Hardcover. Rebound in 3/4 textured black cloth, blue decorative paper over boards, original wrappers bound in, fully illus. 12 of 13 original maps in cloth pocket attached to rear paste-down endpaper. Missing Map #12 ("Key Map of Whole Site"). Very good. Item #900042

During the summer of 1966, a team of archaeologists and architects from the UO carried out an extensive mapping project at the Mayan site of Comalcalco in the state of Tabasco, Mexico. The first section addresses the site as a whole and describes the procedures used and challenges in depicting the cultural features of the site. The second section describes the architectural remains associated with the main ceremonial complexes. Both are supplementary to the maps and architectural drawings which were the main object of the study.

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