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Absolutely fantastic summary of Maya world, great guide for 7 major Mayas sites
a lots of detailed illustrations
I like the book a lot but the way the pages are set up it's really hard to follow. It will show a picture of a mural on one page then two pages later is the description that runs... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ericevils
I loved this book. I took it with me to visit some of the sites it highlights and it brought everything to life. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mbotaha
excellent book love it., linda schele and Peter Mathews have done an excellent work .Published 23 months ago by federico velarde
I also have "Forest of the Kings" sibling book to this on. The publisher appears to be both greedy and lazy by making the book smaller than it should be--without changing the... Read morePublished on August 13, 2012 by BrendaEM
This woman was amazing.
First she studied studio painting. Then she taught art. Then she got interested in Mayans. Read more
It is hard to gainsay Linda Schele's awesome work on the Mayan civilization. But the author's strategy of attempting to get the reader to adopt the point of view of the mayan... Read morePublished on February 24, 2010 by Robert A. Schultz