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Lost Cities of the Ancient SoutheastFirst rate This book is excellent for both the general public and the general scholarly audience Lively lucid prose Janet Catherine Berlo University of Missouri St LouisProvides concise art historical analysis of works of art that have never been subjected to such analysis before joining the best from old classics and the latest scholarship in the field  It's a huge task and O'Connor has done it well Amelia M Trevelyan Gettysburg College When Columbus arrived on the shores of Hispaniola a rich and complex civilization already existed that forms the core of American cultural history  Exploring ancient southeastern Indian sites from the metropolis of Cahokia near present day St Louis ancient capital of the American heartla.

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Free read Lost Cities of the Ancient Southeast ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB » First rate This book is excellent for both the general public and the general scholarly audience Lively lucid prose Janet Catherine Berlo University of Missouri St LouisProvides concise art historical analysis of works of art that Cities of the Ancient Southeast captures the timeless beauty and technical sophistication of the art and architecture of pre Columbian AmericaMallory McCane O'Connor is director of the Santa Fe Gallery Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville Florida  She has taught art history at the University of Florida and has published articles on art history and on gender and art in Native North American Art History American Indian Art Magazine and  Southern uarterly Barbara Gibbs a Gainesville based photographer served as a photographic consultant for the ia Research Institute Brazil and has photographed sacred ceremonial sites in Latin America and the American Southwest  She has exhibited her photographs in California and Flori.

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Nd to the island stronghold of Calos king of the Florida Calusa Mallory O'Connor examines the significance of these prehistoric cultures Bringing together scholarship from classics in architecture archaeology and iconography she discusses twenty sites of Mississippian culture describing the religious patterns of the inhabitants and the sophisticated art works that supported their sacred practices   She also addresses the controversial topic of repatriation of Indian artifacts and the continuing problem of archaeological looting of Indian sites and ceremonial centers Lavishly illustrated with maps site plans and photographs of the ruins of ancient ceremonial centers along with sculpture ceramics and other artifacts Lost.