Aztecs (British Museum Colouring Books)

Hans Rashbrook

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Language: English

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This article includes a geographical "factoid" for each Spanish-speaking country in our hemisphere, along with maps. Businesses and companies now capitalize and plan their own special promotions for the event, much the same way American businesses have tapped into the market potential of Mother's Day. These scarification marks clearly indicate a West African Mandinka (Mende) presence in prehistoric and ancient Meso-America. Caluromysiops irrupta was described in 1951.

Pages: 16

Publisher: British Museum Press (April 1996)

ISBN: 071412110X

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