3 edition of Copan ceramics found in the catalog.
John Munro Longyear
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 113-114.
|Series||Carnegie Institution of Washington publication -- 597.|
|LC Classifications||F1435.1.C7 L65|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 114 p.|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||53001817|
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. His doctoral dissertation, and its subsequent publication as Copan Ceramics: A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery, established a chronology for .
M.A.R.I. has a small number of copies of this rare book. Often found on the rare book market for nearly $1,, M.A.R.I. is pleased to offer these books at a significant discount. These books were purchased by M.A.R.I.'s second director, Frans Blom, in the 's and are part of the limited first edition printing of only : () Copan, home of the Mayan gods by The November Collection of Maya Ceramics. Robicsek, Francis. Published by Univ of Virginia Pr () ISBN 10 Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto.
This monograph contains the illustrations and descriptions of ceramics from special deposits (the burials, caches, and problematical deposits) from the central area of Tikal. These include the best-preserved whole vessels and elaborate polychrome painted and stuccoed cylinders, urns, and tripod vessels with appliquéd and painted ornament, and. Needless to say, the ash layer and particularly its ceramic contents proved to be an incredibly useful archaeological resource for Cassandra Bill, who based much of her doctoral dissertation at Tulane on the production of ceramics in Copan on this material.
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Copan Ceramics - Copan ceramics book Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery [John M. Longyear, III] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Copan Ceramics - A Study of Southeastern Maya PotteryAuthor: III John M. Longyear. BAUDEZ, Claude, MAYA SCULPTURE OF COPAN - THE ICONOGRAPHY, B&W photos, drawings of monuments and stelae, 3 tables, 1 map, Hardcover, p.
BAUDEZ, Claude et al, INTRODUCCION A LA ARQUEOLOGIA DE COPAN, HONDURAS,reports by many Mayanists, I, p., II, p., III, maps equivalent in thickness to over pages, thousands. COPAN CERAMICS. A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery. Publication [LONGYEAR, John M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
COPAN CERAMICS. A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery. Publication Author: John M. LONGYEAR. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Longyear, John Munro, Copan ceramics.
Washington, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Copan Ceramics A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery (Book): Longyear, John M. Ceramics and Artifacts From Excavations in the Copan Residential Zone (Book): Copan, in southwestern Honduras, is the largest and architecturally most impressive site in the southeastern Maya region.
This report is a final description, analysis and comparative examination of the ceramics and other artifacts from surveys and excavations of the Harvard University Copan.
This is the first of two volumes addressing the Harvard University excavations in an outlying residential zone of the Copan in Honduras. The book offers detailed descriptions of ceramics and all other artifacts during The materials pertain largely to the Late Classic Period.
Ceramics are presented according to the type-variety system. Richard M. Leventhal Arthur A. Demarest William L. Fash Papers of the Peabody Museum 80 This is the first of two volumes addressing the Harvard University excavations in an outlying residential zone of the Copan in Honduras.
The book offers detailed descriptions of ceramics and all other artifacts during – The materials pertain largely to the Late Classic Period. Ceramics and artifacts from excavations in the Copan residential zone. Cambridge, Mass.: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gordon R Willey.
Ceramics and Artifacts from Excavations in the Copan Residential Zone (Papers of the Peabody Museum #80) (Paperback) By Gordon R. Willey, Richard M. Leventhal, Arthur A.
Demarest. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology,pp. Copan Ceramics: A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery. JOHN M. LONGYEAR, ’ Washington, D. C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, xiii, pp. $ Copan is the southeast outlier of the Classic Maya ceremonial centers, and is remarkable for exceptional developments in calendrics and art.
Longyear’s report isCited by: 2. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. 8: Section 2. 9: Section 3. 12 other sections not shown. Common terms and phrases. Ancient Mayan art refers to the material arts of the Mayan civilization, an eastern and south-eastern Mesamerican culture that took shape in the course of the later Preclassic Period ( BC to AD).
Its greatest artistic flowering occurred during the seven centuries of the Classic Period (c. to CE). Ancient Mayan art then went through an extended Post-Classic phase. Longyear, John Copan Ceramics: A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery, Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication Washington, DC.
Martínez Hernández, Juan Diccionario de by: Longyear, John Copan Ceramics: A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC. Lounsbury, Floyd G. The Names of a King: Hieroglyphic Variants as a Key to by: El Puente, or the Parque Arqueológico El Puente ("El Puente Archaeological Park"), is a Maya archaeological site in the department of Copán in an independent Maya city, the city of El Puente became a tributary to the nearby city of Copán between the 6th and 9th centuries AD.
The site contains more than structures that include tombs, religious structures, and Cultures: Maya civilization. Offering a variety of approaches to both old and new problems, this volume attempts, among other things, to reassess the relationships between Copan and Quirigua and between Highland and Lowland ceramic traditions, to analyze ceramics by neutron activation, and to define the nature of the apparently non-Mayan cultures in the region.
Books about the Ancient Maya, Maya vases, Ceramics, and the Copan site. This page is set up so that by clicking on the title/author of a book you will be connected to which will give you more detailed publication data.
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Copan Ceramics A Study of Southeastern Maya Pottery. Mansfield Centre: Martino Publishing, facsimile reprint. Hardcover. Quarto, bound in biege cloth covered boards, very little wear and soiling, near fine copy inside and outside. All of Elizabeth Copan's ceramic designs are unique and hand-made using a variety of methods.
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Publication ; Carnegie Institute of Washington. Washington, D. C. This book is hard-bound in green cloth, with gilt stamping to the upper cover and Rating: % positive.This session explores data pertaining to the first half of the Late Classic period at Copan in Honduras.
This period is marked by the reign of three long-lived rulers: Ru K'ahk' Uti' Chan; Ru K’ahk’ Uti’ Witz’ K’awiil; and Ru Waxaklajuun Ubaah K’awiil.
Under K'ahk' Uti' Chan the population of the valley rose significantly.