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Archaeological Researches at Teotihuacan, Mexico Paperback – Large Print, March 26, 2003

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"[With this work], Linné has made available a wealth of data on one of the New World's most significant archaeological sites and illuminated them with his searching and thoughtful comments and interpretations. . . . A must for all who are interested in America's high cultures."
—American Antiquity

"The lasting importance of both volumes is the clearly written descriptive data on the architecture, the artifacts, and their contexts. Both volumes are excellent additions to collections in Mesoamerican archaeology, including libraries that have the original editions, because of the new introductory sections."

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Sigvald Linne was a Professor of Ethnography at the University of Stockholm and Director of the Swedish National Museum of Ethnography until 1969.  He published several books including, The Technique of South American Ceramics.

Staffan Brunius is Curator of the Americas at the National Museum of Ethnography in Stockholm.

George L. Cowgill is Professor of Anthropology at Arizona State University and coeditor of The Collapse of Ancient States and Civilizations.


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