Olmec Art and Archaeology in Mesoamerica - Clark, John E.; Pye, Mary E. - Yale University Press
Apr 15, 2006
344 p., 8 1/2 x 11
270 b/w + 11 color illus.
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Published by the National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts / Distributed by Yale University Press
Olmec Art and Archaeology in Mesoamerica
Edited by John E. Clark and Mary E. Pye
This handsome volume presents the creations of Mesoamericaís most ancient societies in their archaeological contexts. The Olmecóbest known for a unique style of monumental stone head and jade were-jaguarówere based along the Gulf of Mexico but have also been linked to other Mesoamerican civilizations such as the Maya and Aztec. This book discusses recent spectacular finds and provides a framework for understanding the history, art, and archaeology of the Olmec.
John E. Clark is professor of anthropology at Brigham Young University and director of the New World Archaeological Foundation. Mary E. Pye is a research associate with the New World Archaeological Foundation.
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