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    Astronomers, Scribes, and Priests: Intellectual Interchange Between the Northern Maya Lowlands and Highland Mexico in the Late Postclassic Period (Dumbarton Oaks Pre-Columbian Symposia and Colloquia) (Hardback) Edited by Gabrielle Vail, Edited by Christine Hernandez, Contributions by Anthony P. Andrews, Contributions by Anthony F. Aveni, Contributions by Victoria R. Bricker, Contributions by Karen Dakin, Contributions by Christine Hernandez, Contributions by Timothy Knowlton, Contributions by Alfonso Lacadena, Contributions by Carlos Alberto Peraza Lope

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    Description"Astronomers, Scribes, and Priests" examines evidence for cultural interchange among the intellectual powerbrokers in Postclassic Mesoamerica, specifically those centered in the northern Maya lowlands and the central Mexican highlands. Contributors to the volume s thirteen chapters bring an interdisciplinary perspective to understanding the interactions that led to shared content in hieroglyphic codices and mural art. The authors address similarities in artifacts, architectural styles, and building alignments often produced in regions separated by hundreds of miles based on their analyses of iconographic, archaeological, linguistic, and epigraphic material. The volume includes a wealth of new data and interpretive frameworks in this comprehensive discussion of a critical time period in the Mesoamerican past.


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