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The Cult of the Feline
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Elizabeth P. Benson, editor (1972)
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Death and the Afterlife in Pre-Columbian America
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Elizabeth P. Benson, editor (1975)
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The Sea in the Pre-Columbian World
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Elizabeth P. Benson, editor (1977)
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Pre-Columbian Metallurgy of South America
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Elizabeth P. Benson, editor (1979)
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Mesoamerican Sites and World-Views
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Elizabeth P. Benson, editor (1981)
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The Art and Iconography of Late Post-Classic Central Mexico
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Elizabeth Hill Boone, editor (1982)
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Falsifications and Misreconstructions of Pre-Columbian Art
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Elizabeth Hill Boone, editor (1982)
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Ritual Human Sacrifice in Mesoamerica
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Elizabeth Hill Boone, editor (1984)
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Their Way of Writing
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Elizabeth Hill Boone and Gary Urton, editors (2011)
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Bridget Gazzo
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Oral History Interview with Bridget Gazzo, undertaken by Joshua Wilson and James W. Curtin, with James N. Carder in attendance, in the Dumbarton Oaks Study on June 18, 2013. At Dumbarton Oaks, Bridget Gazzo has been the Librarian for the Pre-Columbian Studies program since 1987.
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