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A bibliography for artists, architects, designers, photographers, paintings historians, archaeologists, educators, & museum pros. decisions from Reference & examine ebook information and SciTech booklet information. short reports of approx. 1,500 books from numerous hundred publishers.

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GN657 2006-023773 0-313-33246-0 Culture and customs of Zambia. Taylor, Scott D. (Culture and customs of Africa) Greenwood Press, ©2006 148 p. 95 Emphasizing that culture is a thing of both continuity and change, this book presents a portrait of the African nation of Zambia’s culture and custom in manner accessible to the general reader. After an introduction to Zambia’s land, people, and history, chapters are presented on religion and worldview; literature and the media; art, architecture, and housing; cuisine and traditional dress; gender roles, marriage, and family; social customs and lifestyle; and music and dance.

95 (pa) Writing from a layperson’s point of view, the authors present a history of Southwest art, artifacts, and events, with photos of objects from the Museums of the Arizona Historical Society, as well as areas. They draw from their experiences as collectors, which stimulated their research on the subject. Beginning with prehistory, they explore the area of southwest California, Arizona, and New Mexico, and describe artifacts of the Spanish, Anglos, and American Indians. Allan Hayes is a writer and art director, and Carol Hayes is an antiques and Indian art dealer.

Introduce general readers to archeological sites and artefacts found in the Columbia Basin and other regions of the state. Noting that local tribes now often collaborate on projects, they locate and describe current and historical excavations on a site map and in color photographs. –31– 2005-482050 1-85759-386-3 Lords of creation; the origins of sacred Maya kingship. Fields, Virginia M. and Dorie Reents-Budet. Scala Books, ©2006 287 p. 00 Published in conjunction with an exhibition that opened at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in September 2005, the catalogue uses art works to trace the development of the dominant cosmology of Mesoamerica from the Olmecs through the Maya Early Classic period.

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