World Ceramics: Additional resources

Resources on the World Wide Web

Art history, High School reading level, this page contains a timeline of Mexican culture with a comparison to that of Rome, includes links throughout, from a Mexican Tourist Bureau

Archaeology and cultural anthropology, High School reading level,"The Maya Pages-Past and Present", organized by topic, no information directly related to this object


Resources in Print

Berjonneau, Gérald and Jean-Louis Sonnery. Precolumbian Art: Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras. Boulogne, France: Editions Arts, 1985.

Eckholm, Gordon F. and Luis Aveleyra Arroyo de Anda. "Clay Sculpture from Jaina." Natural History 74, no. 4 (1966): 311-317.

Smith, Bradley. Mexico: A History in Art. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Company, 1968.


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Maya, clay, ceramic, sculpture, Mexico, Jaina, archeology, archaeology, dignitary, pottery, tomb, clay


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