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The ancient sun kingdoms of the Americas: Aztec, Maya, Inca (1962)

by Victor Wolfgang Von Hagen

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For Victor Weybright Litt. D. In gratitude and affection
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When the news of Cortes's exploits in Mexico suddenly burst upon the world in 1519, man in Europe had almost forgotten the very existence of an America.
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For centuries the strange, exotic civilizations of the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas flowered in total seperation from the rest of mankind. then explorers stumbled on great pyramids and temples hidden in the forests of Guatemala and Yucatan, and fortress cities high up in the andes, to find "things that have never been heard or seen before, or even dreamed about".
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