Maya Time Warps

Morris Jr., Walter F.
May 1986
Archaeology;May86, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p52
Discusses efforts to rescue the Maya tradition of weaving in the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. History of Maya dresses and textiles; History of weaving in Tenejapa; Affiliations of modern brocading with classical Maya designs; Evolution of the methods of preserving the weaving tradition; Interaction among weavers from different communities.


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