BAUDEZ, Claude, MAYA SCULPTURE OF COPAN - THE ICONOGRAPHY, 116 B&W photos, 135 drawings of monuments and stelae, 3 tables, 1 map, Hardcover, 300 p.

HELLMUTH, N., THE SURFACE OF THE UNDERWATERWORLD: Iconography of the Gods of Early Classic Maya Art in Peten, Guatemala. 2 volumes. Due to more demand for the original edition (it sold out even at $300), we reprinted 30 copies. Spiral bound. $120 for the set. Hundreds and hundreds of beautiful line drawings. Twelve artists worked for years to produce these drawings. Over a decade of photography around the world went into the photographs from which the drawings were taken. These two volumes are the English original of Hellmuth's Ph.D. dissertation, the fancy edition printed in Graz, Austria. No. 6139

PROSKOURIAKOFF, Tatiana, MAYA HISTORY, Hardcover, about 150 pages w/glyphs and descriptions and chronology of art of Classic period (250-900AD), 14 line drawings of monuments, more than 300 original glyphs drawings, 211 p.

PROSKOURIAKOFF, Tatiana, A STUDY OF CLASSIC MAYA SCULPTURE, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Pub. 593, original edition, not the reprint with fuzzy 2nd-hand illustrations. Paper version (original Carnegie edition still in CIW binding), oxidized cover, rare edition of the most important reference book on Maya sculpture ever published.


SATTERTHWAITE, Linton, RECONNAISSANCE IN BRITISH HONDURAS photographs and descriptions of the Maya sites of Cahal Pech, Benque Viejo (Xunantunich), and Caracol. Features photographs of the stucco-decorated astronomical frieze at Xunantunich just after its discovery - not published widely elsewhere. Issue also reports on excavations of King Midas's capital. University Museum Bulletin, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1951


VALDES, Juan Antonio, Federico FAHSEN, Hector ESCOBEDO, OBRAS MAESTRAS DEL MUSEO DE TIKAL, lots of color, including polychrome plates never before published, 75 p., (35% goes to support the Guatemalan Tikal Project).


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