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Book Condition: Very Good
Former library book from the reference section with the usual stamps, stickers, etc. Binding is solid and text is clean and unmarked in any way. Book shows moderate use with frayed corners and at top and bottom of spine.Two hundred and fifty nine black-and-white plates of pre-Cortesian sculpture from the collection of Diego Rivera (1886-1957), with an introduction and the essay "Religion and the Gods of Anahuac" by the editors. The figures, many of them of baked clay, stone, jade, petrified wood, sandstone or lava stone, are primarily Tarascan, Toltec, Aztec, Totonac, and Matlazincan in origin.