Treinta siglos de imágenes. Maquetas y representaciones de arquitectura en México y América Central prehispánica

The archaeological discoveries in Mexico and Central America shed a light on the daily life aspects of the Pre-Columbian peoples. Thus, the models of houses and public buildings, soccer fields, temples, and even complete urban areas have been discovered. This book presents a detailed study, accompanied by object and site illustrations that reveal a manner of seeing architecture, the cities, and the habitat throughout thirty centuries, before the arrival of the Spanish, from the early formation to the late post-classical period.

Fundación CEPPA
Daniel Schávelzon
256 p
17 x 24 cm