Myths of Pre-Columbian America
Legends and customs, illustrated throughout
Undated . First edition. Hardback, bound in the original green cloth with prinetd titling and design to spine and upper board. 21.5 × 14cm, xiv + 351pp.
The author discusses Pre-Columbian American myths and mythological figures as the milk goddess and her pot symbol, the jewel-water and mugwort goddess, goddesses of love and food, Tlaloc and the dragon, love and mother deities, Quetzalcoatl, many more. Also includes symbolism, burial customs, etc. The books is illustrated throughout and has a fold-out map.
A very good copy. There is a very slight lean to the spine, and light wear to the covers but the contents are clean and well-bound.