This book is chock full of site plans and photos, artifacts and loads of maps.
This is a highly informative work considering that most of Maya history comes from the... Read more
As a Maya Archaeologist I must say that this book is highly informative and packed with beautiful images. I am thinking in buying a second copy to give as a gift.Published 12 months ago by Francisco Maury
Here are the dynasties, conquests, monuments, and artifacts of the best-known of Classic Maya cities, beautifully explicated and correlated by leading authorities. Read morePublished on December 15, 2012 by Larry N. Stout
The Maya Kings & Queens is a great reference book on the succession of Royal leaders during the Mayan Classic period (AD. 250-900). Read morePublished on May 12, 2007 by ZANZIBAR
I never got the book, therefore I am unable to say anything about it.Published on March 8, 2007 by Valeria Pugiotto
The `Chronicle of the Mayan Kings' is a beautifully illustrated chronicle of the Mayan kings of the poorly known Mayan kingdoms of the Yucatan like Tikal and Copan. Read morePublished on February 24, 2002 by "guiscard"
This book is a perfect example on how to divulge history without making it too simple or pandering to the "sensationalist" aspects of the tale. Read morePublished on November 10, 2001 by "danielinyaracuy"
The authors may be stars in the Maya world, but I didn't like this book much - especially after paying almost US$50 for the hardback version. Read morePublished on October 20, 2001 by M. Mcfarland