Symbol and Meaning Beyond the Closed Community: Essays in Mesoamerican Ideas
Gary H. Gossen
Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York, 1986 - Aztec mythology - 267 pages
This innovative volume seeks to identify patterns in Mesoamerican symbolic representation that have persistence and coherence across the boundaries of time, space, culture, and language. The collection also includes consideration of recent and powerful arrivals on the Mesoamerican stage, notably, European political, economic, and religious systems.
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