The Art and Architecture of Ancient America: The Mexican, Maya, and Andean Peoples

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
I. Comprehensive WorksV. The Southern Neighbours of the Maya
II. Mesoamerica
III. Ancient MexicoVI. Eastern Central America
A. General
B. Central MexicoVII. The Northern Andes
C. Eastern Mexico
D. Southern MexicoVIII. The Central Andes
E. Western Mexico
IV. MayaA. General
A. GeneralB. Northern Peru
B. Classic MayaC. Central Peru
C. Toltec MayaD. Southern Peru and Bolivia

I. COMPREHENSIVE WORKS
American Sources of Modern Art. New York ( Museum of Modern Art), 1933.
ARMILLAS, P. "'Cronología y periodificación de la historia de la América precolombina'", Journal of World History, III ( 1956).
ASHTON, D. Abstract Art before Columbus. New York, André Emmerich Gallery, 1957.
BALL, S. "'The Mining of Gems and Ornamental Stones by American Indians'", B.B.A.E., CXXVIII ( 1941), 20, 27, 28.
BASLER, A., and BRUMMER, E. L'art précolombien. Paris, 1928.
BIRD, J. Pre-Columbian Gold Sculpture. New York, 1958.
Caso, A., STIRLING, M., LOTHROP, S. K., THOMPSON, J. E. S., GARCÍA PAYÓN, J., and EKHOLM, G. "'Conocieron la rueda los indígenas mesoamericanas?'", C.A., V ( 1946), no. 1.
An Exhibition of Pre-Columbian Art. Cambridge, Mass., 1940.
JIJÓNY CAAMAÑO, J. "'Las civilizaciones del sur de Centro América y el noroeste de Sud América'", I.C.A., XXIX ( 1952).
KELEMEN, P. Medieval American Art. New York, 1943; new ed. 1956.
KIDDER II, A. "'South American Penetrations in Middle America'", The Maya and their Neighbors. New York, 1940.
KRICKEBERG, W. Felsplastik und Felsbilder bei den Kulturvölkern Altamerikas. Berlin, 1949.
KROEBER, A. L. "'Cultural and Natural Areas of Native North America'", U.C.P.A.A.E., XXXVIII ( 1939).
KUBLER, G. The Arensberg Collection. Philadelphia, 1954.
LAVACHÉRY, H. Les Arts anciens d' Amérique au Musée archéologique de Madrid. Antwerp, 1929.
LIBBY, W. F. Radiocarbon Dating. Chicago, 1955.
LINTON, R. "'Crops, Soils, and Cultures in America'", The Maya and their Neighbors. New York, 1940.
LOTHROP, S. K. Pre-Columbian Art ( Bliss Collection). New York, 1957.
OLIVÉ N., J. C., and BARBA A., B. "'Sobre la desintegración de las culturas clásicas'", A.I.N.A.H., IX ( 1957).
PIJOAN, J. Historia del arte precolombino ( Summa Artis, X). Barcelona, 1952.
RIVET, P., and ARSANDAUX, H. La métallurgie en Amérique précolombienne. Paris, 1946.
ROOT, W. C. "'Metallurgy'", H.S.A.I, V ( 1949).
SELER, E. Gesammelte Abhandlungen zur amerikanischen Sprach- und Altertumskunde. 5 vols and index. Berlin, 1902-23.
SMITH, A. L. 'The Corbelled Arch in the New World'. The Maya and their Neighbors. New York, 1940.
STANISLAWSKI, D. "'Origin and Spread of the Grid-Pattern Town'", Geographical Review, XXXVI ( 1946).

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