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From small village communities to prosperous city-states that culminated in the magnificent empires of the Aztecs and Incas, this classic work traces the development of pre-Columbian America, its inhabitants, agriculture, and cultural sphere. "...a product of judicious reflection by an able mind fully abreast of a widely dispersed literature..."--American Historical Review. "...a fine example of how a scholar can tap both archeological and historical resources to produce a lucid synthesis of an area."--Latin American Research Review.
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Professor Katz is Morton D. Hull Distinguished Service Professor of Latin American History at the University of Chicago. He studied in the United States, Mexico and Austria, and then taught Latin-American anthropology and history at the Humboldt University in Berlin for fourteen years. He has been visiting professor at the National University of Mexico and the University of Texas, Austin.Language Notes:
Text: English, German (translation)
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