Preclassic Maya Pottery at Cuello, Belize

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"This monograph adds important data on the development of Preclassic period ceramics in northern Belize."—American Antiquity

"This book contributes to our understanding of early Maya society during an era that has only new been revealed."—The Chesopiean

"Kosakowsky's book, produced in the clear, easy-to-read and well designed format . . . is a substantive contribution to Maya ceramic studies."—Journal of Latin American Studies
Preclassic Maya Pottery at Cuello, Belize
110 Pages 8.5 x 11 Published: 2015 Paperback (9780816510177)

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