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Maya political history - Ellen E. Bell, Marcello A. Canuto & Robert J. Sharer (ed.). Understanding Early Classic Copan. xvii+439 pages, 135 figures, 14 colour photographs, 11 tables. 2004. Philadelphia (PA): University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology; 1-931707-51-0 hardback $59.95. - Vernon L. Scarborough, Fred ValdezJr . & Nicholas Dunning (ed.). Heterarchy, political economy, and the ancient Maya: the Three Rivers region of the east-central Yucatán peninsula. xx+172 pages, 54 figures, 4 tables. 2003. Tucson (AZ): University of Arizona Press; 0-8165-2273-1 hardback $55. - Matthew G. Looper. Lightning Warrior: Maya art and kingship at Quirigua. xi+265 pages, 241 figures, 12 tables. 2003. Austin (TX): University of Texas Press; 0-292-70556-5 hardback $59.95. - Arthur A. Demarest, Prudence M. Rice & Don S. Rice (ed.). The Terminal Classic in the Maya lowlands: collapse, transition, and transformation. xix+676 pages, 125 figures, 27 tables. 2004. Boulder (CO): University Press of Colorado; 0-87081-739-6 hardback. - C. Roger Nance, Stephen L. Whittington & Barbara E. Borg with George Guillemin & Sergio Rodas Manrique. Archaeology and ethnohistory of Iximché. xxiv+408 pages, 161 figures, 80 tables. 2003. Gainesville (FL): University Press of Florida; 0-8130-2633-4 hardback $65.

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