Maya imagery, architecture, and activity : space and spatial analysis in art history

Auteur(s) : Werness-Rude, Maline D. (Éd.)
Spencer, Kaylee R. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiv-426 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.Publication : Albuquerque : University of New Mexico press, 2015.Cote : NV.75Note : Réf. dissém. Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | ArchéologieThématique spécifique : Organisation de l'espace | Représentation de l'espaceGéographique : Amérique du Nord | Mexique | Amérique centrale | Guatemala
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Imagery, architecture, and activity in the Maya world: an introduction / Werness-Rude, Maline D. and Spencer, Kaylee R. --

Aligning the Jester God: the implications of horizontality and verticality in the iconography of a Classic Maya emblem / Steinbach, Penny --

Redefining God L: the spacial realm of a Maya "Earth Lord" / Bernatz, Michele M. --

Space men carving out a sense of place in the Chocholá style / Werness-Rude, Maline D. --

Public spaces in the ancient Maya city: a history / Clancy, Flora Simmons --

Locating Palenque's captive portraits: space, identity, and spectatorship in Classic Maya art / Spencer, Kaylee R. --

Spaces of transformation at Temple 1, Tikal, Guatemala / Olton, Elizabeth Drake --

The shifting spatial nexus of an urban Maya landscape: a case study of architecture, sculpture, and ceramics at Yo'okop / Wren, Linnea ; Nygard, Travis and Shaw, Justine M. --

The ideal and the symbolic: the use of shared orientational space in contemporary highland Maya performance / Taube, Rhonda --

Portals, turtles, and mythic places / Carrasco, Michael D.

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