| Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. Mapas y Planos De México Siglos XVI al XIX. Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Estadistica Geografia e Informatica (INEGI, INAH), 1988. Unmarked. Small corner crease on back cover.
Very Good. Paperback. (#30682)
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Text in Spanish.
Maps in color and black-and-white throughout. Bibliographic references. 135p. Accompanied exposition held in connection with the International Cartographic Conference, held in 1987 in Moralia, Mexico.
|Berrin, Kathleen; Fields, Virgina M. (editors). Olmec: Colossal Masterworks of Ancient Mexico. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2010. ISBN: 9780300166767. Unmarked. Factory sealed. 272p. Measures 9 3/4 x 5 3/4 x 1/2 inches. 231 color illustrations and 4 maps. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#22054) $40.00
In the fifteen years since the last major study of the Olmec, archaeologists have made significant finds at key sites in Mexico. Centering on the concept of discovery, this wide-ranging volume presents a fresh look at Olmec civilization, recapturing the excitement that greeted the unearthing of the first colossal stone head in 1862.
|Shaw, Reesey (editor). Espíritu (California Center for the Arts Museum, September 16, 1995 through January 14, 1996). California Center for the Arts Museum, 1995. Unmarked text.
Text in English and Spanish. 47 illustrations in color and black/white. In this handsome volume eleven contemporary Mexican artists portray everyday life with a reverence reserved for religious ceremony. Artists include Julio Galan, Graciela Iturbride, Alfredo Castaneda, Monica Castillo, Georgina Quintana, Adolfo Riestra, German Venegas, and Nahum Zenil. Essay by Luis Carlos Emerich. 57p. Very Good. Paperback. (#30502) $85.00