Man-eaters and pretty ladies
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Man-eaters and pretty ladies early art in Central Mexico, from the Gulf to the Pacific, 1500 BC to 500 AD. Mangeurs d"hommes et jolies dames; arts premiers dans le Mexique central, du golfe du Mexique à l"océan Pacifique 1500 avant J.-C. à 500 après J.-C. [Exhibition held] Jan. 15-March 8, 1971. by Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

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Published in Montreal .
Written in English



  • Mexico


  • Indian art -- Mexico -- Exhibitions.,
  • Indians of Mexico -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions.,
  • Mexico -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions.

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Edition Notes

English and French.

Other titlesMangeurs d"hommes et jolies dames.
LC ClassificationsF1219.3.A7 M6 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination107 p.
Number of Pages107
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4381505M
LC Control Number78859303

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