Pampa El Pajon, An Early Estuarine Site, Chiapas, Mexico: Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation: Number Forty-Four
by Pailles H., Maricruz
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Provo UT, New World Archaeological Foundation/Brigham Young University, 1980, trade paperback, xii-119 pp, edition not stated, no previous printings noted, Very Good+ in plain gray card covers. Straight, tight and clean with no markings. An overview and compilation of the findings related to this ancient site and environs on the Pacific coast of the state of Chiapas, Mexico from the first reconnaissance in 1948 until the date of publication. Profusely illustrated throughout with black-&-white photos, sketches, maps, plan views, and statistical tables. Appended list of References.
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