The Myth of Quetzalcoatl

By: Professor Enrique Florescano

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Very Good Hardcover and Fine Dust Jacket bright in it's Mylar protected jacket. b/w illus.NOT a library copy. Front endpaper has notes some pen check marks and marginal brackets else clean no writing in text or margins just checks and brackets and Fine Unclipped jacket Bright in mylar. First American Edition. 8vo Excellent Joseph Campbell mythic comparative study of Palenque inscriptions the Corn Goddess and her son Quetzalcoatl or Kukulcan in Maya and unique as it shows the Plumed Serpent God in all Central American peoples. Great connections of this enigmatic being. NOT a library copy. Since 1977 packing with care Dust jacket present. First Edition.

Title: The Myth of Quetzalcoatl

Author Name: Professor Enrique Florescano

Illustrator: Raul Velazquez

Categories: Megalithic/Goddess/Geomancy, North American Folklore and Supernatural, Spanish Colonial California and the Mystical Southwest, Maya/Pueblo/Inca, Pre-Columbus Voyages/Ancient America/ Mound Builder/ Rock Art,

Publisher: Baltimore, Maryland, U.s.a., The Johns Hopkins University Press: 1999-04

ISBN Number: 0801859999

ISBN Number 13: 9780801859991

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 014752

Keywords: joseph campbell mexican mythology mayan gods toltec gods palenque inscriptions kukulcan madoc madog christ in south america morman,