Anthropomorphic imagery in the Mesoamerican highlands: gods, ancestors, and human beings
Mexican, North American, and European researchers explore the meanings and functions of two-and three-dimensional human representations in pre-Columbian communities of Mexican highlands. They demonstrate the potential of anthropomorphic imagery to elucidate personhood, conceptions of the body, and the relationship to other entities, nature, and the cosmos--provided by publisher.
Faugère, Brigitte; Beekman, Christopher S.
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