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Superimposition in Central American Architecture
|Title||Superimposition in Central American Architecture|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1943|
|Authors||Dibble, Charles E.|
|Date Published||August 1943|
|Keywords||Ancient America – Mesoamerica; Architecture; Pre-Columbian American History|
A series of brief comments in which the author presents archaeological findings, architectural notes, and myths and legends that deal indirectly with the Book of Mormon. Dibble discusses the wheel, ancient irrigation methods, metals, Mexican and Mayan codices, Quetzalcoatl, ancient buildings, and numerous other related items. The twenty-fifth part covers some characteristics about Central American architecture.
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