1852 Yucatan Incidents of Travel John Stephens MAYA Chiapas Illustrated 2v Archaeology
John Stephens was an important 19th-century English explorer whose account of his voyages in Central America became extremely popular and were highly detailed. Stephens covers his experience with the ruins of the Mayan civilization and interactions with Chiapas and Yucatan people. Visiting over 40 different sites from 1839-40, Stephens and his crew are credited with ‘rediscovering’ the Mayans and bringing the lost civilization back to the mind of the Western world. This work, ‘Incidents of Travel in Central America’ is a popular travelogue describing Guatemala, Costa Rica, and the Yucatan, all with impressive Frederick Catherwood illustrations.
Item number: #4885
STEPHENS, John Lloyd
Incidents of travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1852.
Collation: Complete with all pages
Illustrated with engravings of Frederick Catherwood
References: Sabin 92197; Field 1426
Binding: Cloth hardcover; tight and secure
Size: ~9in X 6in (22.5cm x 15cm)
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