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Dumbarton Oaks Studies in Pre-Columbian Art and Archaeology
The Origins of Maya Art
Monumental Stone Sculpture of Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala, and the Southern Pacific Coast
Lee Allen Parsons

This is the first comprehensive treatment and pictorial record of one of the greatest bodies of sculpture in the Pre-Columbian world. Parson’s work orders the Late Pre-Classic sculptures of highland and Pacific coastal Guatemala into chronological and stylistic groupings, relating them to the other artistic and iconographic movements at the time the Maya style was coalescing.