Art and Archaeology of Pre-Columbian Cuba

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University of Pittsburgh Press, 1996 - Art - 134 pages
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The first report of archaeological findings in Cuba since 1959 and the first synthesis of Cuban prehistoric art and archaeology since Mark Harrington’s Cuba Before Columbus, published in 1921.  More than one hundred photographs reveal the superb artistry of the Pre-Columbian Ciboney and Taino cultures and give the reader a deep appreciation of these early Cubans.

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Terminology of the Aboriginal Cultures of Cuba
Aboriginal Cuba in the Fifteenth Century and the First European Voyages
Taino Art and Thought

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