a Central American city through the ages
"Originally published in Italy in 1992 by Editorial Jaca Book SpA"--Page facing t.p
Temples in the jungle: 3rd Century B.C.
Pyramids to the sky: 4th Century A.D.
Empire on the river: 7th Century
Splendor of a Mayan city: Late 9th century
Jungle swallows stone: 14th Century
Strangers in the jungle: Mid-17th century
Birth of a colonial city: Early 18th century
Churches, monasteries, palaces: Mid-18th century
Echoes of the Enlightenment: Early 19th century
Crises and dynamism: Mid-19th century
New colonialism: International fruit companies: Early 20th century
Impressive growth: Mid-20th century
Unchecked expansion: Uncertain future: Late 20th century
From Library Staff
Describes the development of a fictional city, including the importance of Mayan pyramids and temples, in Central America from 1000 B.C. to the late twentieth century.
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