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Archaeology and the Book of Mormon, Part XI-A: Symbols of Quetzalcoatl and Teotihuacan
|Title||Archaeology and the Book of Mormon, Part XI-A: Symbols of Quetzalcoatl and Teotihuacan|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1956|
|Authors||Hunter, Milton R.|
|Date Published||April 1956|
|Keywords||Ancient America – Mesoamerica; Archaeology; Architecture; Native Americans – Aztec; Quetzalcoatl; Teotihuacan|
This series is a comprehensive compilation of archaeological artifacts in Mesoamerica that relate to Book of Mormon places and peoples. It is copiously illustrated with photographs of buildings, pottery, statues, and carvings. The series includes evidences of Christ’s appearance to the Americas and reviews ancient Mayan writings, including Title of the Lords of Totonicapan, the Popol Vuh, the Annals of the Cakehiquels, and the Works of Ixtlilxochitl. The author also discusses white and dark people in ancient America. The eleventh part begins a discussion of Quetzalcoatl and Teotihuacan.
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